Interior view of the Bayonet Trench Monument, Verdun, France
|Caption||Interior view of the Bayonet Trench Monument, Verdun, France. A monument to French soldiers of the 3rd Company of the 137th Infantry Regiment, who were buried alive by an intense German artillery bombardment on 10-11 June 1916 during the Battle of Verdun. Their remains were not discovered until after the end of the war.|
|Artist||French Photographer (20th Century)|
|Artwork medium||black and white photograph|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn / Elgar Collection|
|Keywords||World War 1 World War I WWI First World War Western Front French France Verdun Battle of Verdun Bayonets Trench Monument memorial War Memorial cross Unknown Soldiers death horror|
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