A listening post
If our boss treated us like that, we'd all be on strike!
First of May
To think that last year we were still fraternizing with these bandits!
You're coming back? ...but still a bomb!
That's the way it is, sir! We only feel good at home.
They still won't sour my milk with that!
After Wagner, gases!
The Big Day
(6 September 1914)
The cities of the Front
We waited for you yesterday.
We didn't think about it. Her dad arrived on leave.
The Red Cross
Hide your flag! You're going to get yourself killed.
Far from the front...
How long it is! We're not advancing.
The one granted leave.
We must reassure them.
What would you say if this was New York?
We'll tell mom that the seawater is full of wheat.
Down there? She's a notary's daughter.
The Kingdom of Poland reestablished
The takeover of Fort Douaumont.
The French attack, favored by foggy weather...
(German communique from Oct. 26)
...And the fog dissipated.
The French women, they eat!
School of Neutrals (III).
The submarine believed we wanted to cut it...
The czar executed
and he gets out scot-free
In the suburbs of London.
Ms. Cavell assassinated.
One man is enough.