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German Prisoners Help French Wounded To Reach Rear Lines On Stretchers During The Great War

FLASHBACK to 16 June 1914: German prisoners help French wounded to reach the rear lines on stretchers during the Great War, date and location unknown. (AP Photo)

 

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Posted: 18th, June 2014 | In: Flashback, Reviews | Comment


1914: ‘How It Feels To Be Forcibly Fed’ Like A Suffragette By Djuna Barnes

How It Feels To Be Forcibly Fed

 

ON September 6 1914, the prolific writer, artist and journalist Djuna Barnes wrote How It Feels To Be Forcibly Fed for The World Magazine. Barnes was a reporter working on a series of “stunt stories”.

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Posted: 4th, April 2014 | In: Flashback | Comment


Paris 1914: colour photographs

THESE colour photographs of Paris in 1914 are from the Albert Kahn Museum, based at Kahn’s former home at 14 rue du Port in Boulogne-Billancourt, a suburb west of Paris:


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Posted: 27th, November 2012 | In: Flashback | Comments (3)