The theme photograph of Sepia Saturday this week depicts the historical beginnings of a huge inhuman conflict that came to be known as World War One.
Originally it was called the "Great War" or the
"War to End All Wars."
My, my. Rather wishful thinking, wasn't it?
LOST GALLERY doesn't really have any historical photographs about well known events during World War One
that have not already appeared on a previous
Sepia Saturday feature such as
Sepia Saturday - Famous Events and People.
LOST GALLERY does have a number of other photographs from World War One, however. In assembling these photographs together for a feature page back in 2010, we noticed a similarity in some of them. There is a pose, a mood, maybe even a message in this similarity. See if you can see it.
Now march on back to the Sepia Saturday home page and see what else can be found from our sepia history.
Go back to THE MAIN INDEX PAGEThere are now more than 4,000 photographs in the Lost Gallery. Or try out the NEW BACK PAGE INDEX
The most popular photographs An album of the most requested photographs in the Lost Gallery.
Area 51 and a Half You are probably not authorized to see these.
Don't take my picture! Oh! You DID didn't you! This is a collection of photographs that disappear on the way home from the photo processing shop.
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THE KIDS It is always a mystery how a photograph of any of these precious children could end up lost or abandoned. Here are a few. You will probably say "Ooh..." at least once.