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A Breguet 14, a bi-plane bomber and reconnaissance aircraft, is photographed over enemy territory in Kortekeer in 1918. (All photos: Courtesy Yale University Press/ Mercatorfonds)

A Breguet 14, a bi-plane bomber and reconnaissance aircraft, is photographed over enemy territory in Kortekeer in 1918. (All photos: Courtesy Yale University Press/ Mercatorfonds)

villages, vineyards a plenty and endless rolling green hills to drive through on a blissful summer road trip. But there’s one corner of this scenic country that no one has been allowed to enter for nearly a century, known as the “Zone Rouge” (the red zone).

villages, vineyards a plenty and endless rolling green hills to drive through on a blissful summer road trip. But there’s one corner of this scenic country that no one has been allowed to enter for nearly a century, known as the “Zone Rouge” (the red zone).

un arbre vidé sert de poste optique pour l'artillerie française | anonyme,1917, Médiathèque de l'architecture et du patrimoine, Paris

un arbre vidé sert de poste optique pour l'artillerie française | anonyme,1917, Médiathèque de l'architecture et du patrimoine, Paris

En 1917, un officier anglais prend en photo une guerre des tranchées durant la Première Guerre Mondiale. Impressionnant...

Ces photos sont historiques et pourtant elles sont très rares ! Époustouflant...

En 1917, un officier anglais prend en photo une guerre des tranchées durant la Première Guerre Mondiale. Impressionnant...

archives & mythologie des lucioles: christelle lheureux, la maladie blanche

archives & mythologie des lucioles: christelle lheureux, la maladie blanche

Vintage picture of three soldiers drilling into the ice on the mountain.

Vintage picture of three soldiers drilling into the ice on the mountain.

The French post war NC702 Martinet equipped with Renault engines and three-blade propellers, which has its origins in the German twin-engine 204 Siebel. © Frédéric Lert / Aerobuzz.fr

Le passé aéronautique de l’Aquitaine enfermé

The French post war NC702 Martinet equipped with Renault engines and three-blade propellers, which has its origins in the German twin-engine 204 Siebel. © Frédéric Lert / Aerobuzz.fr

WWI: Brig. Gen. J.V. Campbell congratulates 46th Div. for successful crossing of St. Quentin Canal

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

WWI: Brig. Gen. J.V. Campbell congratulates 46th Div. for successful crossing of St. Quentin Canal

A rare French airshow outing for the RAF's Red Arrows & their BAE Hawk trainers.

A rare French airshow outing for the RAF's Red Arrows & their BAE Hawk trainers.

History Wars : Photo

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