Guy Finds WWII Photos of his Hometown and Reshoots What it Looks Like Today
Last summer, reddit user MisterBrick found a collection of photos from WWII of his hometown of Dijon, France. As a photo project, he decided to reshoot the pictures to show what the places look like today, 70 years later. If you’re digging this series, you can find many more “then and now” projects featured on the Sifter here.
[via MisterBrick on reddit]
German troops gather in front of the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy on June 17th, 1940.
German officers posing in front of the fountain at Parc Darcy
Luftwaffe headquarters. Now a simple building with a florist.
The main street, with Guillaume’s Gate in the back.
The post office, displaying a large flag after Dijon’s Liberation.
September 11th 1944, Allied troops enter the city and go through the main street.
Free French Forces, aboard Shermans, arrive in front of the Palace. The square is renamed Liberation Square for the occasion.
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