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INTEL: Issue A2: Franco-Prussian War

In Military History
Franco - Prussian War Plates, continued from issue A1

A2-15

A2-15   No title, no Artist name. Prussian officers looking at a prisoner, could he be a farmer or a spy?

A2-16

A2-16   No title, by A. de Neuville, no date.

A2-17

A2-17   “Dans La Tranchee”, by A. de Neuville, 1876.

A2-18

A2-18   No Title, by A. de Neuville, 1875.

A2-19

A2-19   No Title or artist name, action taking place over the railway line and up the hill.

A2-20

A2-20   “Champigny - La Maison Crenelee”, note the mules for the wounded, by Edouard Detaille, 1875.

A2-21

A2-21   “Hussards”, by A. de Neuville, 1880.

A2-22

A2-22   “Officier de Dragons”, by A. de Neuville, 1879.

A2-23

A2-23   “L\'Estafette”, by Edouard Detaille, 1875.

A2-24

A2-24   “Mise en Defense d\'un Chateau”, by A. de Neuville, 1882.

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A2-25   Jules Claretif, photograph ( I believe this to be the editor of the magazines/journal).

To be continued.

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