The suspended statue of Albert Cathedral, France, World War I

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The suspended statue of Albert Cathedral, France, World War IA. statue of the Virgin and Child that was hit by a German shell on January 15 1915. It remained in this horizontal position until the tower was completely destroyed by further shellfire in 1918. The Germans believed that whoever caused the statue to fall would lose the war.

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