Anthony Petiteau

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Lecture by Anthony Petiteau on soldier photographers during World War I

For the first time in history, a conflict is widely photographed by the soldiers themselves. Their pictures raise questions about the photographers’ motivations, the conditions under which the photos were taken and the image of war they convey.

Anthony Petiteau is responsible for the photographic collections at the Musée de l’Armée (Paris, France).

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