Prespa in the First World War through the lens of French photographers

During the First World War (1914-1918), Prespa was directly involved in military actions so that passing through its territory the Macedonian Front (1915-1918), which he shared in two in-line Leskoec, Stenje,Prespa,Pretor,Gorica,Pustec.

On the north side of the front were the armies of the Central Powers, of Germany, Austria-Hungary and Bulgaria, while the southern part were the forces of the Entente, of Serbia, England and France.

All these armies with themselves they had and photographers whose aim was to perpetuate the life on the front line as soldiers and ordinary people who lived in that region and the beautiful new areas and landscapes they met.Exactly the topic of this post is to show you the "cadres" of the French war photographers from this region during the First World War.

Source of the pictures is the ministry of Culture of the Republic of France.

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