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July 9, 2023

World War I Through Amazing Autochrome Photos by Hans Hildenbrand

Hans Hildenbrand (1870–1957) was a German photographer who was famous for taking color photographs during World War I. His French counterpart is considered Jules Gervais-Courtellemont.

Hildenbrand published articles in the art and design magazine Bauhaus in the late 1920s. He was a photographer for National Geographic after the war. These amazing Autochrome photos are part of his work that Hans Hildenbrand took during World War I.

Soldiers washing clothes in Somme-Py during WWI

A farm in Alsace, WWI

A field post station of the 3rd Army during WWI

Anti balloon gun, WWI

Canteen in the trenches during WWI

Château de Brimont in ruins, WWI

Concrete trench, WWI

Crater near Courcy during WWI

German soldiers in the ruins of Somme-Py during WWI

In the trenches (Upper Alsace), WWI

In the trenches, WWI

In the trenches, WWI

Machine gun, WWI

Observation post during WWI

Pioneers. Dug-out, WWI

Poppy field in the combat zone during WWI

Sainte-Marie-à-Py during WWI

Shot-up Loivre sugar factory, WWI

Shot-up trench during WWI

The French airship ''Alsace'', shot down in October 1915

Troop camp in the Hexenkessel during WWI

Uffholtz near the Hartmannswillerkopf, WWI


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