World War One Historical Association "14-18 en Somme" members dressed with Canadian and French vintage army uniforms gather before a ceremony at the military cemetery of Lamothe-Warfusee, Northern ... more 
World War One Historical Association "14-18 en Somme" members dressed with Canadian and French vintage army uniforms gather before a ceremony at the military cemetery of Lamothe-Warfusee, Northern France, November 10, 2013. The historical association "14-18 en Somme" was created in August 2009 by French history teacher Sylvain Pinard with the aim of keeping alive the memory of the soldiers of World War One, and promoting understanding of the battles of the Great War. Armed with their motto "Never forget, always remember", the 30 members live, eat and sleep in the same conditions as the soldiers of 1914-18. Throughout the year, they take part in official ceremonies and Remembrance Day celebrations, camps, exhibitions in villages and debates in schools and are sought-after as extras for war films. The association has received a lot of requests for the year 2014 which will mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War. Picture taken November 10, 2013. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) less 
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