Undeveloped film that once belonged to a soldier killed in 1944 was just found

Military search team found a camera that stayed hidden at the bottom of a fox den for over 70 years

During a search for artifacts from The Battle of the Bulge in the mountains of Luxembourg, Mark Anderson, a Captain of the United States Navy, and Jean Muller, a historian, discovered a camera that once belonged to a soldier killed in 1944. The undeveloped film that remained inside turned out to be processable and the resulting images were printed, according to ViralNova.

The discovered camera used to be property of a soldier, Technician Fifth Grade Louis Archambeau who had been killed in a battle.


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Note: The Battle of the Bulge was a military maneuver of German troops during WWII. Its focus was to change the situation on the Western front and destroy British-American forces in Belgium and Netherlands. The attack lasted 9 days and resulted into the epic defeat of German army.

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