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Active Duty (Biographies)

Alice Isaacson

France

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Page 118 of First World War nursing sister Alice Isaacson’s photo album showing people, places and events in England, France, Italy, Belgium, Ireland and Spain, 1916-1919

Photograph of the interior of Église Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais, with rubble on the floor and light coming through the ceiling, Paris, France, March-April, 1918
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Paris in wartime, Cont. Eglise Saint-Gervais, struck by long distance shell. Good Friday - 1918
Ruins of Église Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais, Paris, France, where a shell fired by the German "Big Bertha" long-range gun killed 75 people on March 29, 1918
March 29 - April 30, 1918
Photographer: Maurice Branger
Page number in photo album: Page 118

Photograph of a bombed building, taken through the window of another damaged building, Paris, France, March 1918
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Paris in wartime, Cont. The work of the Gothas
Bomb-damaged buildings, Paris, France
March 1918
Photographer: Maurice Branger
Page number in photo album: Page 118