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French prisoners of war, some in drag, in a performance of "Les maris de Léontine" at Sennelager prisoner of war camp in Germany. Photographic postcard, 1918.

Date
[1918?]

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Description

French civil prisoners of war at Senne camp, performing 'Les maris de Léontine' written in 1900 by Alfred Capus, a typical salon piece (or 'drawing room comedy') of the type popular in this period

Publication/Creation

[Schloss Neuhaus, Paderborn, Germany] : [publisher not identified], [1918?]

Physical description

1 photograph : photoprint ; sheet 8.6 x 13.6 cm

Lettering

La troupe de Senne-civil "Les Maris de Léontine" comédie en 3 actes d'A. Capus

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 2044151i

Language

  • French



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