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Photograph in New York Times, 17 February 1918, described as "French soldiers operating a new compressed-air trench gun of 86-millimetre calibre".

Date circa. 1917
Source New York Times, Rotogravure picture section, 17 February 1918.
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Author Kadel & Herbert
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