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Erwin, 

Thank you so much for your additions.  I'd say this may have been a quiet sector at he time of the photographs for these soldiers are comfortable standing upright over the trench line?

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Joel 

 

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Those guys in the first photo have been at the front for a bit.  I'd turn that scope around and look for the relief.

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15 minutes ago, buellmeister said:

Deruelle, 

Thank you so much for posting your pictures.  Nice to see you again my friend!

 

 

Thanks my friend, here is more photos

 

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Some interesting images, thought I'd add my small contribution, a recent pick-up, slightly lighter side of the trenches

 

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Alex K

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