If anybody out there can identify these First World War soldiers, please let me know! (Comment in Light A Fire Here, below.) Thanks!
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Do you follow: http://pacificparatrooper.wordpress.com/ ? If not, you might want to check him out. He seems like a likely candidate to help you in this venture.
Interesting idea. Pacificparatrooper specializes in a different theater and era, but it’s still possible he might be able to refer me to a fellow Great War anorak. Thanks, Rachel!
I’ve talked to him a bit, and I think he’s interested in more than just what his blog indicates. And I think he probably has a lot of followers that might be able to help you.
(Also, if you haven’t tried it yet, Facebook may be of some help if you share them there.)
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