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Remembering Flanders Fields (And Beyond) With A John Singer Sargent Painting
"The setting sun is low in the sky as a line of gassed soldiers, their sightless eyes covered by strips of cloth, stumbles toward the dressing station, a tent whose guy ropes are seen at the far right. Each soldier grasps the shoulder of the man in front of him, and most still hold their Enfield rifles and carry their now useless gas masks in canvas bags." The Wall Street Journal 11/11/12
Posted November 11, 2012 08:35 AM




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