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World War I. Cannons taken from the German army displayed near the Grand Palais. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on October 20, 1918. Download Cart
World War I. Cannons taken from the German army displayed near the Grand Palais. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on October 20, 1918.

Maurice-Louis Branger

Salon de l'auto au Grand Palais. Stand Farman. Paris, 1923. Download Cart
Salon de l'auto au Grand Palais. Stand Farman. Paris, 1923.

Maurice-Louis Branger

Guerrre 1939-1945. Protection des monuments. Place des Victoires. Paris (IIe arr.), vers 1939. Download Cart
Guerrre 1939-1945. Protection des monuments. Place des Victoires. Paris (IIe arr.), vers 1939.

Laure Albin Guillot

The Grand Palais during WWI (room 5: 65 beds) - plate 5. Anonymous photograph. Paris, musée Carnavalet. Download Cart
The Grand Palais during WWI (room 5: 65 beds) - plate 5. Anonymous photograph. Paris, musée Carnavalet.

Musée Carnavalet

Place de la Concorde pendant l'exposition du matériel ennemi. Paris (VIIIème arr.), 21 octobre 1918. Photographie de la Préfecture de police, Service de l'Identité judiciaire. Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris. Download Cart
Place de la Concorde pendant l'exposition du matériel ennemi. Paris (VIIIème arr.), 21 octobre 1918. Photographie de la Préfecture de police, Service de l'Identité judiciaire. Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris.

Préfecture de Police, Service de l'Identité judiciaire

Guerre 1914-1918. Place de la Concorde. Fête en l'honneur de l'Alsace Lorraine. Pendant le discours de Monsieur Poincaré. Paris (VIIIème arr.), 17 novembre 1918. Photographie de la Préfecture de police, Service de l'Identité judiciaire. Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris. Download Cart
Guerre 1914-1918. Place de la Concorde. Fête en l'honneur de l'Alsace Lorraine. Pendant le discours de Monsieur Poincaré. Paris (VIIIème arr.), 17 novembre 1918. Photographie de la Préfecture de police, Service de l'Identité judiciaire. Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris.

Préfecture de Police, Service de l'Identité judiciaire

Yan' Dargent (1824-1899). Sainte Geneviève (422-502) secourant Paris assiégé par les Huns (451). Gravure. Download Cart
Yan' Dargent (1824-1899). Sainte Geneviève (422-502) secourant Paris assiégé par les Huns (451). Gravure.

Roger-Viollet

Paris Commune (1871). Execution of Georges Darboy (1813-1871), archbishop of Paris, shot by Communards, on May 24, 1871. Download Cart
Paris Commune (1871). Execution of Georges Darboy (1813-1871), archbishop of Paris, shot by Communards, on May 24, 1871.

Roger-Viollet

World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statuesin order to recycle the metals. Paris, 1941. At the bottom :  Le Gué , by Lefevre, once situated in the Buttes-Chaumont park and on top, from left to right, the statue of Charles Floquet, French politician, by Jean-Bernard Descomps (1872-1948) and the monument to the sergeant Bobillot, by Auguste Paris (1850-1915). Paris, 1941. Download Cart
World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statuesin order to recycle the metals. Paris, 1941. At the bottom : "Le Gué", by Lefevre, once situated in the Buttes-Chaumont park and on top, from left to right, the statue of Charles Floquet, French politician, by Jean-Bernard Descomps (1872-1948) and the monument to the sergeant Bobillot, by Auguste Paris (1850-1915). Paris, 1941.

Pierre Jahan

World War I. Joseph Gallieni (1849-1916), French General, reviewing army training companies. Paris, courtyard of the Military Academy, late 1914. Download Cart
World War I. Joseph Gallieni (1849-1916), French General, reviewing army training companies. Paris, courtyard of the Military Academy, late 1914.

Maurice-Louis Branger

World War II. Otto von Stülpnagel (1878-1948), German General and commander-in-chief of the occupying forces in France until February 1942. Paris, place de la Madeleine, February 1941. Download Cart
World War II. Otto von Stülpnagel (1878-1948), German General and commander-in-chief of the occupying forces in France until February 1942. Paris, place de la Madeleine, February 1941.

LAPI

World War II. Public notice signed by Otto von Stülpnagel (1878-1948), German General, announcing the execution of 12 hostages in Paris, on September 20, 1941. Download Cart
World War II. Public notice signed by Otto von Stülpnagel (1878-1948), German General, announcing the execution of 12 hostages in Paris, on September 20, 1941.

LAPI

World War II. Liberation of Paris. The crowd celebrating the end of German Occupation at place de la République. Paris, August 25, 1944. Download Cart
World War II. Liberation of Paris. The crowd celebrating the end of German Occupation at place de la République. Paris, August 25, 1944.

LAPI

Guerre 1939-1945. Théâtre de Dix Heures, 36, bd de Clichy (XVIIIème arr.), Paul Colline et René Dorin. René Dorin, 1942. Photographie d'André Zucca (1897-1973). Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris.
Guerre 1939-1945. Théâtre de Dix Heures, 36, bd de Clichy (XVIIIème arr.), Paul Colline et René Dorin. René Dorin, 1942. Photographie d'André Zucca (1897-1973). Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris.

André Zucca

World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues for recycle the metals. The rooster of the monument to Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet (1792-1845). French engraver, by Alexandre Louis Marie Charpentier (1856-1909). Paris, 1941. Download Cart
World War II. German occupation. Destruction of statues for recycle the metals. The rooster of the monument to Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet (1792-1845). French engraver, by Alexandre Louis Marie Charpentier (1856-1909). Paris, 1941.

Pierre Jahan

World War I. American troops in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Cheered by the crowd, the second battalion of the 16th American infantry regiment leaving the Gare d'Austerlitz train station. Photograph published in the newspaper  Excelsior  of Wednesday July 4, 1917. Download Cart
World War I. American troops in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Cheered by the crowd, the second battalion of the 16th American infantry regiment leaving the Gare d'Austerlitz train station. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Wednesday July 4, 1917.

Excelsior – L'Equipe

World War I. Inter-Allied conference. John Pershing (1860-1948), US General of the Armies, and William Robertson (1860-1933), British Marshal. Paris, on November 29, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper  Excelsior  on Friday, November 30, 1917. Download Cart
World War I. Inter-Allied conference. John Pershing (1860-1948), US General of the Armies, and William Robertson (1860-1933), British Marshal. Paris, on November 29, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" on Friday, November 30, 1917.

Excelsior – L'Equipe

World War I. Ceremony for the American Independence Day. William Graves Sharp (1859-1922), American ambassador, making a speech at the tomb of La Fayette. Paris, Picpus cemetery, on July 4, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper  Excelsior , on July 5, 1917. Download Cart
World War I. Ceremony for the American Independence Day. William Graves Sharp (1859-1922), American ambassador, making a speech at the tomb of La Fayette. Paris, Picpus cemetery, on July 4, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on July 5, 1917.

Excelsior – L'Equipe

World War I. US troops arriving in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Nurse serving coffee on the platform of a train station. Photograph published in the newspaper  Excelsior  on Wednesday, July 4, 1917. Download Cart
World War I. US troops arriving in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Nurse serving coffee on the platform of a train station. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" on Wednesday, July 4, 1917.

Excelsior – L'Equipe

World War I. Celebration for the US intervention in Paris. William Graves Sharp (1859-1922), American diplomat, acclaimed at Paris city hall, on April 22, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper  Excelsior  on April 23, 1917. Download Cart
World War I. Celebration for the US intervention in Paris. William Graves Sharp (1859-1922), American diplomat, acclaimed at Paris city hall, on April 22, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" on April 23, 1917.

Excelsior – L'Equipe

World War I. The American thirteen-star flag, given by the city of Philadelphia on the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of La Fayette, hoisted at Paris city hall, on September 6, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper  Excelsior  of Friday, September 7, 1917. Download Cart
World War I. The American thirteen-star flag, given by the city of Philadelphia on the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of La Fayette, hoisted at Paris city hall, on September 6, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Friday, September 7, 1917.

Excelsior – L'Equipe

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