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EXCEPTIONAL MEMORIES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR


GERMAN CONSTRUCTION, NEAR CEMENT HOUSE CEMETERY, LANGEMARK-POELKAPELLE
German construction completely overgrown with ivy. The construction was probably built into an existing building. The construction functioned as a medical post. In August 1917 the surroundings of Cement House would be conquered during the Third Battle of Ypres, at the cost of many lives. Once conquered, Cement House Cemetery was set up next to the farm, which the British would use until the German Spring Offensive in April 1918.

INFO & PRICELIST
- A4: €85
- A3: €150

- Limited edition of 25
- Inkjet on brilliant Baryta paper 310gsm
- Signed and numbered
- For larger prints please contact me

The second picture is a close-up fragment

 

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