'Listening post of the French Army twenty metres from the 'Entente Cordiale' trench. Region east-south-east of Loos, France', courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, © IWM, Q 69616

Remains of French First World War soldier unearthed during trench restoration

Posted on centenarynews.com on 17 August 2013
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The Huffington Post has reported that the remains of a French First World War soldier - Albert Dadure - have been unearthed during a Centenary project to restore trenches from the conflict.

The soldier was killed in February 1915 in Massiges and was identified by his aluminium name plate.

To read the full article, visit The Huffington Post website here.

Date of article publication: 13/08/2013

Posted by: Daniel Barry, Centenary News

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