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FRANCE: WWI battle site tourism: In Pozières, one of the villages that was completely destroyed in World War I and subsequently rebuilt, there is a café and restaurant called “Le Tommy”, which has reconstructed a WWI trench in its back garden for tourists (pictured above), dedicated to the sacrifice of the allied forces. North of Verdun, in the ghost villages that “died for France” and were never rebuilt, discovery trails and memorial sites have been opened to the public around the "red zones."

When you imagine France and its scenic countryside, you might think of the picturesque villages, vineyards a plenty and endless rolling green hills to drive through on a blissful summer road trip. But there’s one corner of this scenic country that no one has been allowed to enter for nearly a century, known as the “Zone Rouge” (the red zone).…

Flak Battery, mike franchina

This is one of countless such isolated positions. Some have been out of contact with command for years, and must conserve food and ammunition to mere subsistence levels. Some are swallowed up completely by the churning morass of the endless no-man's land. The trench crusade is such a large and prolonged conflict that entire divisions have been known to simply disappear, entire armies lost and forgotten, entire generations ground into the mud. https://www.patreon.com/mikefranchina

Newark N.J. 1970s: No man's land - New Jersey Meadowlands

I arrived in the USA, throught the JFK Airport in New York, on the morning of 2nd October 1971. The very first time I took the Interstate bus to Newark at Platform 61, at the Port Authority Bus Terminal on 8th Avenue - and it went West through the New Jersey Turnpike... I noticed this No Man's Land spread out in a sort of eerie prairie beetween Manhattan and Jersey City. Every time the bus flew over it on tall bridges that covered the swampland for kilometres I could not help but wonder…

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ArtStation - Wonder Woman -- No Man's Land, Shawn Duddridge

I wanted to pay tribute to this amazing scene from Wonder Woman. Lots of work to get her stance feeling just right, but I think it turned out pretty well. I did this right after seeing the movie, so the only reference I had was from a handful of quick shots in the trailers.

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