Newsnote: “More World War I damage: Daughters of Charity, Reims, France.”

As the Germans rapidly deployed after the declaration of war in August 1914 their invasion of France included the systematic bombardment of cities like Reims. By the end of the war the city was all but destroyed. This card pictures the Daughters’ orphanage in the city that was completely destroyed by the shelling.

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