The impact of the first World War is felt everywhere – on a social level, an economic level, and even on the landscape (and don’t even get me started on WWII). The Smithsonian recently published a collection of some pictures depicting this damage, which we will be sharing here.
You can see the full exhibition in Paris along the iron fence of Luxembourg Gardens and later touring the United Kingdom. The entire exhibition features 79 pictures.
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