Museum of Printing History

http://www.printingmuseum.org/

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1324 West Clay Street

Houston, TX 77019

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Postcards from the Trenches: Germans and Americans Visualize the Great War

Museum of Printing History

October 23 - February 14, 2015

The exhibition focuses on the art created by soldiers, demonstrating how individuals from opposing sides of the conflict personalized and humanized the war experience. Seventy-five hand-painted postcards by German painter, Otto Schubert, serve as a focal point of the exhibition and depict the daily realities and tragedies of the war.



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