Neuville churchNeuville 1915Neuville, Taking shelter in what is left of the cemetaryNeuville, before and afterNeuville, April 1915, first-aid stationNeuville before the warNeuville street, April 1915Neuville, April, 1915Neuville, church and marketApril 8, 1915, the Fleury redout, shelter cave at Douaumont, where Durosoir’s command post was set up.May 1915 General ManginMay 1915, The pistol, after being hidden from the Germans during WWII, first behind a hot stove then in a damp holeMay 23, 1915, Lucien’s letter describing the dagger he needs, and the daggerJune 1915, explosions in front of Durosoir’s trenchJune 1915, Cemetary near MareuilLa Sucrerie de SouchezLes ruines des tours de St Eloi [?] 1915Concevreux, Lucien, Rolland and othersConcevreux, lunch with Mme MarionOctober 1915, Durosoir with his cymbals at the Chateau de ChaussoyOctober 1915, stretecher bearers of the first battalion, Doctor Fayet in the center, Martel next to him in front of DurosoirLe LabyrintheProgram Noel 1915Souchez, Trench Lucien was in
February 1916 in the wagonFebruary 23 1916 in Saleux Left to Right Magne Lemoine Caplet Maréchal and Durosoir in front of their rehearsal hall. la filature.Program signed by musicians and Mangin March 29 1916Avril 1916 Une rue de FleuryAvril 1916 Une rue de FleuryJune 14 1916 departure of General Mangin Caplet directing the musicians playing his March.July 21 1916 Magne and Durosoir play checkers.August 5 1916 Marechal sends Durosoir a card saying that there are a few good bottlesLunch in Amblonville August 5 1916 with Lucien on the violin Magne Caplet and Lyon and his dog.August 8 1916 Dinner among friends the farm at AmblonvilleEglise des Eparges en septembre 1916Official notice December 1916 certifying that the six soldiers listed have the right to gather to make musicLe théâtre de G. Nous sommes en train de charger le piano pour partir à Sommedieue. Tiré le 28 décembre 1916Gournay sur Aronde the quartetthe musicians on the move with their instrumentsSaleux in the garden of the filature the quintet Durosoir Lemoine Caplet Maréchal MagneMaurice Maréchal with his Poilu
January 1917, Chaplain Martel in Eparges, a few days before his deathThe Do-Do-Do bis caricature, January 9, 1917Program cover concert with Nelly at the hospital, January 10, 1917January 25, 1917, moving the piano in Rupt en WoevreMagne et Maréchal partant de Nogent L’Arthaud le jour de la Pentecôte 1917September 1917, Lucien Durosoir August 13, 1917, Durosoir in-Fère en TardenoisAugust 8, 1917, Durosoir climbing into a plane in Arcy.Champ d’aviation d’Arcy près Fère-en-Tardenois [9 ?] août 1917September 12, 1917, Concert in the Château de PorquelincourtSeptember 15, 1917, Army theater. Fère en TardenoisDecember 10, 1917, The Pigeon post with antennaDurosoir holding a pigeon, with Caplet. 5 mai 1918October 1918, Louise in her Breton costumeOctober 1918, Description of the Breton costume, asking him to please send the picture back if he doesn’t like itAndré CapletMovable pigeon coop, with CapletAndré Caplet sergent colombophile au front pendant la guerre. Il fait manger 2 pigeons dans sa mainCaricature by André Caplet of Durosoir playing
Letter from Louise no space wastedLouise letterLucien’s letterLetter from LucienDate unknown the group under a cliffWar-torn wastelandBougie PigeonFrench soldiers maneuvering a saucisseSouvenir – rings on Luc’s hand
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