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The attached article appeared in a 1917 issue of THE LITERARY DIGEST and lists the high cost paid by the French people in the number of their artists killed since the war began in 1914:

"Three hundred and fifty French artists, among whom are painters, sculptors, engravers, and architects, have paid the extreme price of their devotion to country and are counted with the dead."

Click here to read a 1942 article by Rockwell Kent on the proper roll of American artists during wartime.

Click here to more about W.W.. I and the arts.

     


Butcher Bill Paid by the French Arts Community (Literary Digest, 1917)

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