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    80630-20
    U.S. officer rekindling the Flame at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier for Independence Day. Ceremony in the presence of Henri Gouraud (1867-1946), French General, and William C. Bullitt (1891-1967), American ambassador to France. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on July 4, 1939. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7184 x 5390 pixels (5153 Ko)

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    81923-8
    Mr Gaudin, guard of the Flame at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on December 14, 1938. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7200 x 5406 pixels (4147 Ko)

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    86621-29
    Entombment of the Unknown Soldier under the Arc de Triomphe, place de l'Etoile. The Legion of Honour, the Médaille militaire and the War Cross. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on January 28, 1921. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7168 x 5374 pixels (4859 Ko)

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    190493-31
    Funeral of the seven brothers in arms of the Unknown Soldier, following the designation ceremony by Auguste Thin (1899-1982), Corporal from the 132th regiment of the French infantry. The caskets leaving the chapel of the Verdun citadel to be burried at the Faubourg-Pavé national necropolis, on November 10, 1920. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7152 x 5365 pixels (4174 Ko)

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    190493-27
    Auguste Thin (1899-1982), Corporal from the 132th regiment of the French infantry, and André Maginot (1877-1932), French Minister of Pensions, during the ceremony designating the Unknow Soldier, at the citadel of Verdun (France), on November 10, 1920. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7241 x 5417 pixels (4632 Ko)

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    190494-1
    Funeral of the seven brothers in arms of the Unknown Soldier, following the designation ceremony by Auguste Thin (1899-1982), Corporal from the 132th regiment of the French infantry. The caskets leaving the chapel of the Verdun citadel to be burried at the Faubourg-Pavé national necropolis, on November 10, 1920. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7174 x 5372 pixels (4667 Ko)

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    190493-29
    Funeral of the seven brothers in arms of the Unknown Soldier, following the designation ceremony by Auguste Thin (1899-1982), Corporal from the 132th regiment of the French infantry. The caskets leaving the chapel of the Verdun citadel to be burried at the Faubourg-Pavé national necropolis, on November 10, 1920. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
    © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet
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    7163 x 5411 pixels (4754 Ko)

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    190493-26
    Soldiers guarding the coffins on the eve of the ceremony designating the Unknown Soldier, at the chapel of the Verdun citadel (France), on November 9, 1920. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7151 x 5381 pixels (4080 Ko)

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    200893-10
    The funeral of seven brothers in arms of the Unknown Soldier after a ceremony of designation among the eight coffins by Auguste Thin (1899-1982), Corporal of the 132th infantry regiment. The bodies are leaving the chapel of rest of the citadel of Verdun to be buried in the national necropolis of the Faubourg-Pavé, forming "the square of the seven unknown". Verdun (Meuse, France), Wednesday 10 November 1920, Photograph from the French newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7193 x 5412 pixels (3706 Ko)

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    200893-8
    The funeral of seven brothers in arms of the Unknown Soldier after a ceremony of designation among the eight coffins by Auguste Thin (1899-1982), Corporal of the 132th infantry regiment. The bodies are leaving the chapel of rest of the citadel of Verdun to be buried in the national necropolis of the Faubourg-Pavé, forming "the square of the seven unknown". Verdun (Meuse, France), Wednesday 10 November 1920, Photograph from the French newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7193 x 5387 pixels (3183 Ko)

    © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet
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    201008-7
    excelsior. Discours de M. Louis Barthou (1862-1934), ministre de la Guerre, venu rendre hommage au Soldat inconnu sous l'Arc de Triomphe. Dimanche 27 février 1921. Photographie du journal "Excelsior". 19210227.
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    7169 x 5402 pixels (4446 Ko)

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    706-2
    Entombment of the Unknown Soldier under the Arc de Triomphe, place de l'Etoile. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on January 28, 1921. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
    © Roger-Viollet
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    3896 x 2771 pixels (3189 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    86622-5
    Entombment of the Unknown Soldier under the Arc de Triomphe, place de l'Etoile. The Legion of Honour, the Médaille militaire and the War Cross. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on January 28, 1921. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    5366 x 7192 pixels (4512 Ko)

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    36965-11
    Funeral of the Unknown Soldier at the Arc de Triomphe. Louis Barthou (1862-1934), French Minister of War, laying medals on the coffin (Legion of Honour, the Médaille militaire and the War Cross). Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on January 28, 1921.
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    5023 x 3574 pixels (1297 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    11821-3
    The remains of the Unknown Soldier - chosen by soldier Thin from 8 coffins - being transferred from the citadel of Verdun to Paris, on November 10, 1920.
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    3779 x 2785 pixels (1127 Ko)

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    86621-30
    Entombment of the Unknown Soldier under the Arc de Triomphe, place de l'Etoile. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on January 28, 1921. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7128 x 5310 pixels (4082 Ko)

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    471-9
    French Soldier Auguste Thin appointing the Unknown Soldier, with André Maginot, for the ceremonies of November 11, 1920. Douaumont (France), on November 8, 1920.
    © Maurice-Louis Branger/Roger-Viollet
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    6485 x 4587 pixels (4338 Ko)

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    52155-3
    The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier under the Arc de Triomphe. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement).
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    4273 x 4299 pixels (2951 Ko)

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    200912-15
    The coffin of the Unknown Soldier hoisted on a Canon de 155 under the Arc de Triomphe, durnig the ceremonies of the 11th of November. Paris, Thursday 11 novembre 1920. Photograph from the French newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7166 x 5412 pixels (3973 Ko)

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    200912-19
    The coffin of the Unknown Soldier transfered to the Arc de Triomphe during the ceremonies of the 11th of November. Paris, Thursday 11 November 1920. Photograph from the French newspaper "Excelsior".
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    5414 x 7184 pixels (4543 Ko)

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