05 June 2015

Still Picking Up The Pieces After 100 Years.

Found at The Firearm Blog.

The Real "No-Go Zone" of France.

Blue: Area without damage.
Green: Least bit affected area.
Yellow: Area of damage.
Red: Area completely devastated or "red zone".


The scale of WW1 still boggles the mind sometimes.

We're still finding stuff at Gettysburg and that was a mere three day battle.  Verdun was 100 times longer (and that's just the battle, not the entire time the area was contested.)

1 comment:

  1. if you are ambitious and interested, Michelin published a bunch of tour guides to the battlefields (just after WW1), with maps, pics and stuff. Very cool stuff, easy to find on Ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/VERDUN-THE-BATTLE-FIELDS-1914-1918-ARGONNE-METZ-MICHELIN-ILLUSTRATED-GUIDE-/221791654649?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item33a3d012f9


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