More than 100 years after the end of World War I, the conflict's legacy can still be seen in a worldwide assortment of bunkers, tunnels, and weapons. From Austria-Hungary's mighty Przemy?l fortress to the underwater wreckage of German warship Scharnhorst near the Falkland Islands, this survey features more than 150 striking photographs. While there is a mysterious poetic power in the views here of perfectly preserved trenches at Vimy, a fort high in the Tyrolean mountains, and the Haute Chevauchée ossuary, perhaps the most poignant images are of the soldiers' artworks, created under unimaginable conditions.
Abandoned Places Of World War I
Author: Neil Faulkner.