« Ne les oublions pas » - Lest We Forget: A collection of glass negatives found in Warloy-Baillon
A Military hospital as well as an aerodrome were installed here.
Between 1916 and 1918, an amateur photographer that lived in the village immortalized the portraits of these heroes.
Almost a hundred years on, the Franco-Australian museum acquired a series of 400 glass negatives, in their original packaging dating back to the First World War, they were found in the attic of a house in Warloy-Baillon.
Today the Franco-Australian museum would like your help to try to identify these unknown soldiers. Here you are a small number of these portraits and the totality of the collection may be consulted on our Facebook page or at the museum.