Hundreds of WWI inscriptions uncovered in medieval quarry revive soldiers' wartime experience

April 5, 2015 9:10 AM

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Hundreds of WWI inscriptions uncovered in medieval quarry revive soldiers' wartime experience

In this image made on Feb. 20, 2015 showing a name engraved on the walls of a former chalk quarry, at the Cite Souterraine, Underground City, in Naours, northern France by HA Deanate, 148th Aero Squadron, USA. 150 Vermilyea Ave, New York City, The names are just some of nearly 2,000 First World War inscriptions that have recently come to light here, a two-hour drive north of Paris, thanks to efforts by Jeffrey Gusky, the site's new owners and local archaeologist Gilles Prilaux. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Gusky) Mandatory Credit (The Associated Press)

In this photo taken Friday Feb. 20, 2015, Jeffrey Gusky, left, a photographer and physician from Texas points at graffitis in a former chalk quarry, at the Cite Souterraine, Underground City, in Naours, northern France. Gusky began photographing the site last December and has tallied 1,821 individua...

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