Photographer J.S. Cartier.
Photographer J.S. Cartier. A native to France, Cartier and his wife, Anna, returned to France and Belgium to take photographs for their "Western Front Project." Seventy-five years after the end of the First World War, the remaining vestiges and veterans are few, and vanishing quickly. For two years the Cartiers traveled "The Western Front," talking with villagers and veterans, and documenting the remaining traces of the war.
Other segments from the episode on November 11, 1993
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