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Panorama Pictures

Panorama picture

At the end of the Great War American war-photographers made pictures-at-large. They photographed battlefields and destroyed villages and cities. With some optimism these pictures could pass as panorama pictures. The left and right ends however can not be tied together, so they are no real panorama pictures in the sense we know them now.

Nevertheless they are interesting to see. Their average size is about 150 Kb, so be patient while they load..

 

These Panorama Pictures are available:

  • Verdun
  • Cemetery Argonne
  • Mont Faucon
  • Village St. Mihiel
  • Four-de-Paris (Argonne)
  • Jaulny (near St. Mihiel)
  • NoMansland (Flanders)
  • Ypres
  • Town of Nantillois
  • Etain
  • German camp (Apermont)
  • Ruins of Limy
  • Cambrai
  • Ruins of Bourshes
  • Flirey (near St. Mihiel)
  • Fresnes-en-Woevre
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