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  Paris Saint Denis WWI Aerial Raid by Aircraft Gotha Old Photo Branger 1918  

  • Ref. : M01787
  • Price : €35.00
  • Size (inches) : about 3.5x4.6
  • Size (cm) : environ 8,5x12
  • Date : 1918, march 11
  • Place : France, Paris
  • Condition : Silver print, very good condition

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Paris Saint Denis WWI Raid Aerien par Avions Gotha Ancienne Photo Branger 1918

Vintage unmarked Branger Studio Photo. On reverse stamp of Collection Jean Henry (scan of reverse is of one of the photos in this collection to show the stamp).
Saint Denis, chemin de fer de ceinture

Raids Aériens par Avions Gotha sur Paris:
Dans la nuit du 30 au 31 janvier 1918, Paris a été bombardé pour la première fois par les Gothas Allemand (250 bombes, 75 morts).
Durant le mois de mars 1918, à la faveur de la nuit, les Gothas reviennent sur paris, amenant la plupart des gens à se réfugier dans les abris, à l'exception d'impétinents curieux, soucieux d'assister au spectacle depuis leur balcon ou même du haut des immeubles.

Air raids by aircraft Gotha on Paris:
On the night of 30 to 31 January 1918, Paris was bombed for the first time by the German Gotha (250 bombs, 75 dead).
During the month of March 1918 in favor of the night, the Gothas return to paris, leading most people to seek refuge in shelters, except impétinents curious, anxious to see the show from the balcony or even of high rise buildings.


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Photographer/Credit : M. BRANGER
Paris, France
Negative/Photographer's No. : 105456
Categories: WWI , Rail Transportation
Country: France
 






 

 







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