A souvenir postcard from the Great War
Look at what the ornate white type says, at the corner of the postcard: “Un Souvenir.” A memory.
This is a funny thing in our time: the thought of sending a postcard home depicting ourselves in the battlefield being attacked, cringing for cover, with our weapons and our packs close to our bodies—postcards are a thing to send home from a vacation, are they not?
The reverse of the postcard contains a message from Camille to Louise.
Did you happen on Louise’s box of memories through the QR codes in the book? Come and explore the rest of her memories in the rest of the website…