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Location - FERTE-SOUS-JOUARRE, on the River Marne in France about 40 miles south-east of Paris. The bridge was destroyed by German artillery fire in late October 1914 at the Battle of the Marne. The Royal Engineers then made a floating bridge across the river at great loss of life, to enable the Allied troops to cross.
Date - 1914
Size in mm (approx) - 140 x 88
PublisherE.L.D - E. le DELEY, Imp, Edit, 127, Boulevard de Sébastapol, Paris - Very famous and sought after postcard producers.
Publisher's Card No. 6th Series
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Condition - excellent condition, great black & white print
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