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The Charge of French Soldiers at the Battle of the Marne, 8th or 9th September 1914, 1915

by Eugène Chaperon

The Charge of French Soldiers at the Battle of the Marne, 8th or 9th September 1914, 1915 - Eugène Chaperon
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The Charge of French Soldiers at the Battle of the Marne, 8th or 9th September 1914, 1915 - Eugène Chaperon

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English: "The Charge of French Soldiers at the Battle of the Marne, 8th or 9th September 1914, 1915" oil on Canvas.
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1915

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Eugène Chaperon

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