Roger-Viollet | 1293947 | 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
Roger-Viollet | 1293947 | 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 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".

Reference
200893-10
License
Right Managed
Credit
Excelsior - L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet
Date of shooting
1920-11-10
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