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The remains of the Maginot Line, by Alexandre Guirkinger and Tristan Garcia


Bunkers blackened with time, overgrown hedges, drab vegetation spewing out of crevasses: there is no color other than dark in Alexandre Guirkinger’s photographs. The remains of the Maginot Line, which failed to protect the French against the Germans, are like discolored scars on the face of the European twentieth century, convulsing with spasms and bathed in tears. From aerial views...

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