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The battlefield near Verdun, the Meuse River (Maas), and the Argonne Forest, viewed from the German line looking southwest. During the 1916 %+%Event%m%48%n%Seige of Verdun%-%, the road and a light rail line from Bar-le-Duc were the sole source of supply for the besieged city.
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Labels: Argonnen (Argonne Forest), Verdun, Maas (Meuse River), Bar-le-Duc.
Reverse:
Panorama des westlichen Kreigschauplatzes 1914/15
Die Argonnen. Von Verdun bis Reims.
Die Panorama-Postkartenreihe umfaßt mit ihren 9 Abschnitten Nr. 400 bis 408 den gesamten westlichen Kriegschauplatz von der Schweizer Grenze bis zur Nordseeküste.
Panorama of the Western theater of war 1914/15 from Compiègne to Arras.
The panoramic postcard series includes with their 9 sections No. 400 to 408 the entire western front from the Swiss border to the North Sea coast.
Nr. 407
Wenau-Postkarte Patentamtl. gesch.
Logo: W&N AGL

The battlefield near Verdun, the Meuse River (Maas), and the Argonne Forest, viewed from the German line looking southwest. During the 1916 Seige of Verdun, the road and a light rail line from Bar-le-Duc were the sole source of supply for the besieged city.

Image text

Labels: Argonnen (Argonne Forest), Verdun, Maas (Meuse River), Bar-le-Duc.



Reverse:

Panorama des westlichen Kreigschauplatzes 1914/15

Die Argonnen. Von Verdun bis Reims.

Die Panorama-Postkartenreihe umfaßt mit ihren 9 Abschnitten Nr. 400 bis 408 den gesamten westlichen Kriegschauplatz von der Schweizer Grenze bis zur Nordseeküste.



Panorama of the Western theater of war 1914/15 from Compiègne to Arras.

The panoramic postcard series includes with their 9 sections No. 400 to 408 the entire western front from the Swiss border to the North Sea coast.



Nr. 407

Wenau-Postkarte Patentamtl. gesch.

Logo: W&N AGL

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