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Wars and traces of war

The conflicts of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries–guerilla conflict, civil war, world war–along with the material and psychological traces left by wars.

Editorial managers: Corine Defrance, Mathieu Jestin and François-Xavier Nérard

“Into the Jaws of Death. U.S. Troops wading through water and Nazi gunfire” 6 june 1944, Omaha Beach, Normandie.  Source : National Archives catalog
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Régiment de femmes de Pétrograd au repos, buvant le thé et mangeant, devant leurs tentes. Armée russe, Première Guerre mondiale.
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Lionel Royer, La reddition de Vercingétorix en -52, 1899
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