Amazing shot : French soldiers attacking German positions. This picture wasn’t staged and makes soldiers look blurry like ghosts emerging from the smoke.
A poilu is staying alert at the Bois-le-Prêtre. August 1916.
A post called “L’éperon des arabes”, probably because colonial troops from Maghreb occupied it in the first place.
A chasseur reading a magazine. July 1916.
A first line trench in the Marne region. Keeping watch at night in the dark, ten meters from your pals must be a pretty scary experience.
A great picture: telephone post in a muddy 1st line trench. Bois le Prêtre, August 1916.