An unknown German soldier on sentry duty in a trench (the name for the exhibition stems from “Wacht im Osten” written on this soldier’s helmet. It means “Watch in the East”).
An unknown German soldier on sentry duty in a trench (the name for the exhibition stems from “Wacht im Osten” written on this soldier’s helmet. It means “Watch in the East”). National World War I Museum and Memorial
An unknown German soldier on sentry duty in a trench (the name for the exhibition stems from “Wacht im Osten” written on this soldier’s helmet. It means “Watch in the East”). National World War I Museum and Memorial

New World War I exhibit offers a look at the Eastern Front

October 24, 2016 05:15 PM

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