Ruined Village Of Clergy 1916

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Ruined Village of Clergy, France - 1916.

Ruins of rural village of Clergy in France after bombing. Pan across bombed buildings; rubble of bricks; plaster; sticks of wood; curving road through village with man on road in distance; another man in field; walking away from ruins; fields in BG....



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