French WWI reenactors acting as German soldiers, attacking French positions in real battleground in Noyon, France, one hundred years after the end of the Great War, in April 2018. Photo taken with the Kodak Vest Pocket, a camera used during WWI. The image is part of the series “Nostalgie de la boue” (Nostalgia for Mud), a work in progress about memory.
French WWI reenactors attempt to contain a German attack of the hill Mt Renaud, Noyon, France, the same hill defended by real soldiers one hundred years before, April 2018. Photo taken with the Kodak Vest Pocket, a camera used during WWI. The image is part of the series “Nostalgie de la boue” (Nostalgia for Mud), a work in progress about memory.
Two nurses, a grandmother and her grandchild, walk around the battlefield looking for reenactors pretending to be wounded in Noyon, France, April 2018.
French reenactors counterattack a German advance in Mount Renaud, Noyon, a real battleground during World War I, in April 2018.
French reenactors standing as German WWI soldiers wait for a combat reenactment rehearsal in Noyon, France, in April 2018. They will loose the battle just like their real counterparts 100 years ago.
Two reenactors rest after a battle at the Mont Renaud’s Chapel in Noyon, France, destroyed during the real battle in WWI, a hundred years before April 2018.
French and German WWI reenactors take position before getting attacked by airplanes from the Great War during an airshow in Meaux, France, in June 2018. Photo
French reenacting forces attack a German machine gun position in Meaux, France, in April 2018.
“Bang! Bang!” shouts a French reenactor when charging against the enemy in the forest of Mt Renaud, Noyon, France, in April 2018.
A soldier shoots a replica of a French WWI cannon constructed by a group of reenactors, in Meaux France, April 2018.