July 1 m ,1010 The 1 I'tir Illustrated 1 Vol. 3 A Permanent Picture Record of the Second Great War No. 45 ’ff f w j p i w pi|g| w j f i ppr j f r _ i It was a bitter moment for France when German troops marched past the Arc de T riom phe and the Unknown Soldier's grave. Hitler, pondering on the scene above, might well remember that the Arch was begun by Napoleon to c o mme m orate those victories of 1805-1806 which made him as much master of Europe as the German dicta tor is today, with only Britain outstanding yet before the Arch was finished Napoleon was a prisoner St.at Helena and his vast Empire had crumbled into ruin. This photograph was wirelessed to New York and flown to England in a Clipper ’plane. J’holo, Keystone
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