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WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
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October 30, 2018
Deminers from a bomb-disposal unit place in boxes unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
Deminers from a bomb-disposal unit place in boxes unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
Deminers from a bomb-disposal unit place in boxes unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 24, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SZ
October 30, 2018
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit looks at unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit looks at unexploded shells recovered in Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit looks at unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WW1 battlefields, France, October 24, 2018 before the centennial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SY
October 30, 2018
Deminers from a bomb-disposal unit place in a box an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
Deminers from a bomb-disposal unit place in a box an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at...
Deminers from a bomb-disposal unit place in a box an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 24, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SW
October 30, 2018
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit gies up the surface an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit gies up the surface an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River...
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit gies up the surface an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 23, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 23, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SV
October 30, 2018
Unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River are seen on the bank at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
Unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River are seen on the bank at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI...
Unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River are seen on the bank at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 24, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SU
October 30, 2018
Deminers from a bomb-disposal unit put in a box an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
Deminers from a bomb-disposal unit put in a box an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
Deminers from a bomb-disposal unit put in a box an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 24, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3ST
October 30, 2018
A deminer from a bomb-disposal unit moves an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
A deminer from a bomb-disposal unit moves an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
A deminer from a bomb-disposal unit moves an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 23, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 23, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SR
October 30, 2018
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit holds underwater an unexploded shell recovered in Meuse river at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit holds underwater an unexploded shell recovered in Meuse river at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit holds underwater an unexploded shell recovered in Meuse river at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 23, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 23, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SO
October 30, 2018
A deminer of a bomb-disposal unit moves an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
A deminer of a bomb-disposal unit moves an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
A deminer of a bomb-disposal unit moves an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 23, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 23, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SN
October 30, 2018
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit gies up the surface an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit gies up the surface an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River...
A diver from a bomb-disposal unit gies up the surface an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 23, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 23, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SL
October 30, 2018
Divers from a bomb-disposal unit look at an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
Divers from a bomb-disposal unit look at an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
Divers from a bomb-disposal unit look at an unexploded shell recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WW1 battlefields, France, October 24, 2018 before the centennial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
WW1-CENTURY/BOMBS
RTX6H3SJ
October 30, 2018
Divers from a bomb-disposal unit look at unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
SIVRY-SUR-MEUSE, France
Divers from a bomb-disposal unit look at unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse,...
Divers from a bomb-disposal unit look at unexploded shells recovered in the Meuse River at Sivry-sur-Meuse, close to WWI battlefields, near Verdun, France, October 24, 2018 before the centenial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day. Every year the bomb-disposal unit from Metz removes several tonnes of shells, shrapnel, gas shells, unexploded grenades, called "engins de mort" (weapons of death), from surrounding fields and rivers. Picture taken October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
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