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Article about: Bought these 8x11 original prints from a gun show a while back. Shows U.S. troops going through several French and Belgium villages. All the pictures have censorship passed stamps on the bac

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    Bought these 8x11 original prints from a gun show a while back. Shows U.S. troops going through several French and Belgium villages. All the pictures have censorship passed stamps on the back, and the photographers signature. Thought they might be enjoyed here...
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    Nice set of photos mate, but can I suggest a change of title from Western Front to Western Europe.
    Western Front, to me, implies WW1, while these are clearly WW2.

    Regards etc

    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    The pictures were taken in Belgium.

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    Quote by cricketchris1944 View Post
    The pictures were taken in Belgium.
    The top two photos were in France, and the bottom one was in Belgium, according to the photographer's remarks on the reverse (specifically Maubeuge and near the Moselle River in France, and near Eben-Emael in Belgium, respectively.)

    Matthew

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    Quote by mabrgo View Post
    The top two photos were in France, and the bottom one was in Belgium, according to the photographer's remarks on the reverse (specifically Maubeuge and near the Moselle River in France, and near Eben-Emael in Belgium, respectively.)

    Matthew
    I was going by what I could see.The Moselle river is a good one.

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