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Pictured on the attached page are three assorted W.W. I combat images by celebrated German Expressionist Otto Dix (1891 1969).
Shortly after returning from the war, Dix threw away his uniform, locked himself in his print studio and began to diligently labor over a vast number of etching plates - all baring the dreadful images of trench warfare that had been burned into his memory during the course of living his beastly, troglodyte existence in the trenches of France.

More articles about W.W. I trench warfare can be read here.

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Visions of the  Trenches by Otto Dix (Artist's Portfolio, 1919)

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