German soldier lights a cigarette of a wounded English soldier after the battle of Ephehy
Strange feeling to light an enemy's cigarette
Date: 18th September 1918
Photo by: Lt. Thoman
On 18th Sept., 1918, near the French village of Epehy, the British 4th Army, commanded by Sir Henry Rawlinson, attacked German forward outposts in front of the Hindenburg Line, Germany’s last line of defense on the Western Front during World War I.
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