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"No Man's Land," the Area Separating the Canadians from the Enemy, near Courcelette, October 1916
An area of complete devastation, swept by snipers, where patrols dared not venture until after nightfall. This photograph shows too many features (explosions and carefully arranged corpses) to be anything but a montage.
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