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French President Francois Hollande stands behind a sculpture by German born and French artist Haim Kern entitled 'They didn't choose their tomb' during the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames battle for its 100th anniversary at the Caverne du Dragon near Cerny en Laonnois, France, 16 April 2017. 187000 French soldiers and 163000 German soldiers died during the Chemin des Dames battle.
French President attends the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames 100th anniversary, Cerny En Laonnois, France - 16 Apr 2017
French President attends the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames 100th anniversary, Cerny En Laonnois, France - 16 Apr 2017
French President attends the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames 100th anniversary, Cerny En Laonnois, France - 16 Apr 2017
French President attends the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames 100th anniversary, Cerny En Laonnois, France - 16 Apr 2017
French President attends the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames 100th anniversary, Cerny En Laonnois, France - 16 Apr 2017
French President attends the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames 100th anniversary, Cerny En Laonnois, France - 16 Apr 2017
French President attends the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames 100th anniversary, Cerny En Laonnois, France - 16 Apr 2017

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French President attends the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames 100th anniversary, Cerny En Laonnois, France - 16 Apr 2017

French President Francois Hollande stands behind a sculpture by German born and French artist Haim Kern entitled 'They didn't choose their tomb' during the commemorations of the Chemin des Dames battle for its 100th anniversary at the Caverne du Dragon near Cerny en Laonnois, France, 16 April 2017. 187000 French soldiers and 163000 German soldiers died during the Chemin des Dames battle.

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