WW2 French Postcard – Liberation de Paris 19 . GD893


WW2 French Military Black and White Photograph Postcard. Military unknown soldier tomb scene on front of postcard. Back of postcard is marked: Liberation de Paris, 19 – Le General Eisenhower a la tombe du Soldat Inconnu. General Eisenhower at the Unknown Soldier’s Tomb. (Photo A. Picoche) 44 (1944). Blank postcard that is not filled out or mailed. Size approximately 5 1/2 inches x 3 1/2 inches. Worn condition postcard.


Additional Notes: After 4 years of German occupation during WW2, the Liberation of Paris took place after a long struggle and in August of 1944 the Germans surrendered. This is from a series of postcards that each displayed a scene showing important historical documentation of the liberation or also known as The Battle of Paris.


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Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 6 × 4 × .2 in

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