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The personal travails of war leadership with its life-and-death responsibility seen on the face of Allied Supreme Commander, Ferdinand Foch, via before and after portraits. Below: A French woman kneels upon bringing flowers to a soldier's grave site.

Below: Three orphans in a French Red Cross shelter face an uncertain future.

Below: Germans try to get information on family members reported as missing in action.

Below: General John J. Pershing at Arlington National Cemetery in 1925.

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