This rare collection of photographs bears witness of the daily life during the Great War.
During WW1, the village of Vignacourt was beind the allies line. A local couple of farmers, Louis and Antoinette Thuillier owned their own camera - a very rare thing a the time. They took portraits of people stopping by at their farms - mostly soldiers. The collection of photographs they took is to see at Vignacourt 14-18 a precious testimony of what daily life used to look like.