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  • Subject is exactly "Prisoners of war"

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These Germans, having been made prisoners by the Allies, are being used to clean up the old, old city of Chateau-Thierry which their guns ruined. Early in the summer of 1918 the fifth of the great German offensives commenced along the Chemin des…

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Human suffering breaks down many barriers. Here we see the French "fraternizing with the enemy." Fritz and Hans are receiving the same Frenche and impartial treatment that would be given to the wounded of their own ranks. No prisoners of war were…

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A column of fours, as far as the eye can reach, nothing but Germans, muddy, sullen, and harmless, for they are prisoners, the result of a day's fighting. Some of them still wear their heavy steel trench helmets, others have the round gray caps with a…

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Les prisonniers faits le 2 jour de l'offensive passant par Saint-Etienne du Temple pour Être dirigés sur des camps de concentration. Leur nombre total pendant l'offensive se monte a environ 22 000. German prisoners captured during the second day…