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July 16, 2015 
Jeffrey Gusky, a U.S. medic who for the past 20 years has gathered images for a photo project called... 
BOUZINCOURT, France 
Jeffrey Gusky, a US medic and photographer, looks at inscriptions by WWI soldiers in underground caves... 
Jeffrey Gusky, a U.S. medic who for the past 20 years has gathered images for a photo project called "The Hidden World of WWI", looks at inscriptions by WWI soldiers in underground caves accessible by small spiral stairs in the village's church at Bouzincourt, northern France, July 13, 2015. Neglected for decades, underground caves in a small village in France's Somme valley contain a treasure trove of hundreds of engravings by World War One Canadian and British soldiers as they sought refuge from German assaults. War researchers say the engravings in the chalky rocks of Bouzincourt, which range from inscriptions of a soldier's name to crudely sculpted flags and hearts, offer a powerful insight into the thoughts of those caught up in the Somme Offensive, one of the bloodiest battles of the 20th century. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol 
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