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photoblog image Les boches sont sages

Les boches sont sages

Post 2014 - 018

Interlude


In fact I'm working to restore old family pictures

This one is dated from 1917, Certainly an uncle of my grandmother during the WW1. It's very interresting to read the text :"...we are still at the same point and germans are quiet..."



Les boches sont sages

Post 2014 - 018

Interlude


In fact I'm working to restore old family pictures

This one is dated from 1917, Certainly an uncle of my grandmother during the WW1. It's very interresting to read the text :"...we are still at the same point and germans are quiet..."



comments (8)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 18 Jan 2014, 00:44
I see mud, moustaches and jaunty helmets, Zebigleb...great image.
The Germans were not quiet for long...
Wow - that's amazing... truly a historical treasure!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 18 Jan 2014, 07:20
Interesting Zeb: it's 1917 yet they don't seem war weary
A fine picture Zeb. Over here an archive of diaries from WW1 have been released onto the internet to mark the centenary of the start of the war
  • fofi
  • France
  • 18 Jan 2014, 08:56
moments de l'histoire familiale en mots et en image d'époque, c'est précieux
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 18 Jan 2014, 10:21
In the last and this year there are many occasions and 'events' in our and other countries to remember that horrible Great War. I myself am very interested to read more about that time. My grandfather, soldier/reverend and interpreter in the Asia Corps, died in Aleppo in 1918.
Two weeks ago I drove through the Somme- area and considering the emptiness of the landscape and all the metal things and chemical poisons that are still in the soil as I heard I became very sad and thought of the war here ...
I find your series very interesting and I would like to read the whole text. Yes, we were and we still are "the boches". But the relationship between France and Germany has become in general quite better!
Zebigleb: Of course . I take the name of the "boches" because it is in the text.
Une précieuses cartz postale Paul! Merci pour le partage.
Bonne soirée

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