File:Mine blown by the Germans under a roadway through a newly captured village (4699420782).jpg
English: The devastation caused by an exploded mine. Perched on the edge of a vast crater are the ruined remains of a church. A few soldiers pick through the debris. Apart from a few buildings that have survived the explosion, there is little left to suggest that this was once a village.
Scenes such as this were commonly used as propaganda, intended to reaffirm resolve against the enemy.
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