France's Red Zone: The Ghost Villages Begin to Spring Back to Life After A Century

War takes no prisoners in its path, razing everything to the ground. No one wins and the collateral damage of war leaves a lasting mark, not only in those who actively participated in it, but also to the battlefield where it took place.

After World War I, nine villages in France suffered tremendous damage and was declared uninhabitable - places which held memories of a life before tragedy struck. It was considered too costly to rebuild and too risky to even come near.

Over the last 100...

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