"La mort et les statues"

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    19463-20
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Alligators from the place de la Nation, by Georges Gardet (1863-1939). Paris, 1941.
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    3532 x 3622 pixels (877 Ko)

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    19463-6
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The statue of the Marquis de Condorcet, French politician, by Jacques Perrin (1847-1915). Paris, 1941.
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    3538 x 3635 pixels (1211 Ko)

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    19463-9
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. A centaur. Paris, 1941.
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    3462 x 3548 pixels (1529 Ko)

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    19463-17
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Alligators from the place de la Nation, by Georges Gardet. Paris, 1941.
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    3483 x 3591 pixels (1401 Ko)

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    19463-19
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The base of the Ledru-Rollin monument with its plinth, by Léopold-Clément Steiner (1853-1899). Paris, 1941.
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    3496 x 3623 pixels (1744 Ko)

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    19491-1
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues in order to recycle the metals. Paris, 1941. At the bottom : "Le Gué", by Lefevre, once situated in the Buttes-Chaumont park and on top, from left to right, the statue of Charles Floquet, French politician, by Jean-Bernard Descomps (1872-1948) and the monument to the sergeant Bobillot, by Auguste Paris (1850-1915). Paris, 1941.
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    3503 x 3639 pixels (954 Ko)

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    19463-26
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Paris, 1941.
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    3532 x 3662 pixels (1197 Ko)

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    19491-4
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. On the left is the statue of Hector Berlioz (1803-1869), French composer, by Alfred Lenoir (1850-1920). Paris, 1941.
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    3525 x 3640 pixels (1138 Ko)

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    19491-3
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues aiming at reusing the metals. Paris, 1941.
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    3530 x 3643 pixels (1152 Ko)

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    19463-21
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The statue of Adolphe Thiers, French politician. Paris, 1941.
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    3531 x 3628 pixels (883 Ko)

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    19463-4
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The bear and the eagle. Paris, 1941.
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    3522 x 3624 pixels (1333 Ko)

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    19491-8
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues aiming at reusing the metals. Paris, 1941.
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    3524 x 3642 pixels (933 Ko)

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    19463-11
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Paris, 1941.
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    3508 x 3639 pixels (1236 Ko)

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    19491-2
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues aiming at reusing the metals. Paris, 1941.
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    3527 x 3647 pixels (1211 Ko)

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    19491-6
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues for recycle the metals. The rooster of the monument to Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet (1792-1845). French engraver, by Alexandre Louis Marie Charpentier (1856-1909). Paris, 1941.
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    3536 x 3643 pixels (964 Ko)

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    19463-27
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues aiming at reusing the metals. Paris, 1941.
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    3521 x 3628 pixels (1373 Ko)

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    19463-15
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Alligators from the place de la Nation, by Georges Gardet (1863-1939). Paris, 1941.
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    3517 x 3600 pixels (1005 Ko)

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    19463-25
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The statue of Jean-Paul Marat, French revolutionary, by Jean-Eugène Baffier (1851-1920). Paris, 1941.
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    3519 x 3650 pixels (1138 Ko)

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    19463-23
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The statue of Jean-Paul Marat, French revolutionary, by Jean-Eugène Baffier (1851-1920). Paris, 1941.
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    3539 x 3623 pixels (912 Ko)

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    19463-22
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The statue of Adolphe Thiers, French politician. Paris, 1941.
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    3508 x 3633 pixels (1007 Ko)

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    19463-8
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues aiming at reusing the metals. Paris, 1941.
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    3527 x 3623 pixels (773 Ko)

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    19491-7
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues aiming at reusing the metals. Paris, 1941.
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    3530 x 3627 pixels (932 Ko)

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    19463-3
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The bear and the eagle. Paris, 1941.
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    3511 x 3630 pixels (984 Ko)

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    19463-5
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Paris, 1941.
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    3498 x 3633 pixels (1023 Ko)

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    19463-7
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The statue of the Marquis de Condorcet, French politician, by Jacques Perrin (1847-1915). Paris, 1941.
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    3525 x 3609 pixels (1255 Ko)

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    19463-10
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Paris, 1941.
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    3515 x 3610 pixels (998 Ko)

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    19463-12
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Paris, 1941.
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    3522 x 3575 pixels (1127 Ko)

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    19463-16
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Alligators from the place de la Nation, by Georges Gardet (1863-1939). Paris, 1941.
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    3535 x 3599 pixels (1136 Ko)

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    19463-13
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues aiming at reusing the metals. Paris, 1941.
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    3539 x 3646 pixels (1197 Ko)

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    19463-24
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. The statue of Jean-Paul Marat, French revolutionary, by Jean-Eugène Baffier (1851-1920). Paris, 1941.
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    3533 x 3652 pixels (907 Ko)

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    19463-14
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Alligators from the place de la Nation, by Georges Gardet (1863-1939). Paris, 1941.
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    3517 x 3600 pixels (1029 Ko)

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    19463-2
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues in order to recycle the metal. The monument by Emile Louis Macé to Claude Chappe (1763-1805), French engineer who invented the telegraph. Paris, 1941.
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    3658 x 3520 pixels (939 Ko)

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    19491-5
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues aiming at reusing the metals. The statue of Adolphe Thiers. Paris, 1941.
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    3459 x 3649 pixels (706 Ko)

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    19463-1
    World War II. German Occupation. Destruction of statues in order to recycle the metal. The monument by Emile Louis Macé to Claude Chappe (1763-1805), French engineer who invented the telegraph. Paris, 1941.
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    3526 x 3634 pixels (956 Ko)

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    19463-18
    World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues to recycle the metal. Alligators from the place de la Nation, by Georges Gardet (1863-1939). Paris, 1941.
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    3483 x 3603 pixels (1022 Ko)

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