Colored retro photos.
It seems that the French photographers were methodically chronicle of the First world war. Moreover, these photos were in color. Thanks to autonomista Paul Castelnau and Fernand Cuville today we can see the events of those early years in color. So, look, what was the First world through the eyes of the French.
1. Heroes of war
Two Marines. Belgium, 1917.
2. The representatives of the international humanitarian movement
The representatives of the international movement of the red cross on the Western front in 1917.
3. French soldiers
French soldiers in Reims in 1917.
4. The French press in the First world war
Newspapers in 1917.
French soldiers on the ruins of Reims, in 1917.
6. The construction of the bridge over the river Aisne
French soldiers pull a stone block for the construction of a bridge over the river Aisne in 1917.
7. Tactical life
Frontline life of French soldiers in 1917.
8. Trench life in the First world
Byt front-line officers and soldiers in 1917.
9. Soldier and peasant
A French soldier talks with a local resident in 1917.
10. The Ruins Of Reims
Completely destroyed the historic centre of the city in 1917.
11. An unusual exhibition
A small exhibition, large caliber and small caliber shells in 1917.
12. A hasty evacuation
Evacuation to the rear. France,Reims, 1917.
13. In one of the hospitals
Despite massive attacks, in Reims, housed a large number of hospitals.
14. Girl with a doll
Girl with a doll sits on a soldier’s gear. France, Reims, 1917.
15. The surviving shop in the town centre
The couple at the door of his shop. France, Reims, 1917.