WW1 – Centenaire de la bataille de Verdun


Photographe AFP de pool lors de la cérémonie du centenaire de la bataille de Verdun, le 29 mai 2016 à Consenvoye.

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French president Francois Hollande and German chancellor Angela Merkel pay their respect at German WWI cemetery of Consenvoye , eastern France on May 29, 2016, during the Verdun battle commemoration. AFP PHOTO / POOL / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN
French President Francois Hollande (L) holds an umbrella as he walks beside German Chancellor Angela Merkel as they arrive at a German cemetery in Consenvoye, northeastern France on May 29, 2016, during a remembrance ceremony to mark the centenary of the battle of Verdun. The battle of Verdun, in 1916, was one of the bloodiest episodes of World War I. The offensive which lasted 300 days claimed more than 300,000 lives. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN
French President Francois Hollande (L) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel pay their respects after laying a wreath at a German cemetery in Consenvoye, northeastern France on May 29, 2016, during a remembrance ceremony to mark the centenary of the battle of Verdun. The battle of Verdun, in 1916, was one of the bloodiest episodes of World War I. The offensive which lasted 300 days claimed more than 300,000 lives. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN
French President Francois Hollande (L) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel pay their respects after laying a wreath at a German cemetery in Consenvoye, northeastern France on May 29, 2016, during a remembrance ceremony to mark the centenary of the battle of Verdun. The battle of Verdun, in 1916, was one of the bloodiest episodes of World War I. The offensive which lasted 300 days claimed more than 300,000 lives. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

 

French President Francois Hollande (L) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks after laying a wreath at a German cemetery in Consenvoye, northeastern France on May 29, 2016, during a remembrance ceremony to mark the centenary of the battle of Verdun. The battle of Verdun, in 1916, was one of the bloodiest episodes of World War I. The offensive which lasted 300 days claimed more than 300,000 lives. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN
French President Francois Hollande (L) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks after laying a wreath at a German cemetery in Consenvoye, northeastern France on May 29, 2016, during a remembrance ceremony to mark the centenary of the battle of Verdun. The battle of Verdun, in 1916, was one of the bloodiest episodes of World War I. The offensive which lasted 300 days claimed more than 300,000 lives. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN
 French President Francois Hollande (R) holds an umbrella as he walks beside German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a German cemetery in Consenvoye, northeastern France on May 29, 2016, during a remembrance ceremony to mark the centenary of the battle of Verdun. The battle of Verdun, in 1916, was one of the bloodiest episodes of World War I. The offensive which lasted 300 days claimed more than 300,000 lives. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Jean Christophe VERHAEGEN
French President Francois Hollande (R) holds an umbrella as he walks beside German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a German cemetery in Consenvoye, northeastern France on May 29, 2016, during a remembrance ceremony to mark the centenary of the battle of Verdun. The battle of Verdun, in 1916, was one of the bloodiest episodes of World War I. The offensive which lasted 300 days claimed more than 300,000 lives. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Jean Christophe VERHAEGEN