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The bodies of 21 German soldiers entombed in a perfectly preserved World War One shelter have been discovered 94 years after they were killed. The men were part of a larger group of 34 who were buried alive when a huge Allied shell exploded above the tunnel incausing it to.
Inthe bodies of 21 German World War One soldiers entombed in a The 21 men were part of a larger group of 34 who were buried alive. THE amazing story of a First World War soldier who was shelled, gassed, bayoneted, buried alive and eaten by rats after being pronounced.
The discovery of the skeletons, which lay side by side with their army boots still intact had evidence they were from the same town.
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Years after the war, French teams exploring the battlefield uncovered the first clues of the horrific fate of this regiment. RSS feeds available here: TheJournal.
The th Regiment of French infantry was annihilated almost to the last man. Though the events of World War I have now fallen out of living memory, the remnants remain -- scarred landscapes, thousands of memorials, artifacts preserved in museums, photographs, and the stories passed down through the years -- stories of such tremendous loss.
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Twenty-one German soldiers have been discovered in a World War I tunnel in Alsace, France, 93 years after they were buried alive during.
Like our lads, they didn't want to It was during the German counter-offensive of that Corporal Webber showed the extent of his survival instincts. More on this story. He was later dug up and found to be still alive, but he uttered such words describing what of the afterlife he had seen and how it involved no heaven or hell, that he was ordered to be covered up again.
Archaeologists find remains of 21 German soldiers in a well preserved WWI underground shelter
One was projected down a flight of wooden stairs and was found in a foetal position. More than 10, Japanese troops were killed during the ten-week invasion but the bodies of 2, were never recovered.