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Gallego Flour Mills in ruin

Destroyed during the American Civil War, the Confederates burned areas of Richmond on 2 April 1865 to prevent the Union Army from taking them. The flour mill fell victim. This photograph is used in "Mills at war", 2019, p.13.

The Sphere

Volume LIX, No. 777 of "The Sphere" illustrated magazine. Page 265 entitled "Fighting in the Windmill Country of North France and Belgium" shows several windmills that have either been destroyed or used by soldiers.
Pp. 268-9 depicts the Cameron Highlanders capturing a German force near Langemarck, with a smock mill in the background.

"Le Miroir"

13 issues of "Le Miroir" (Nos 43, 69, 71, 102, 111, 141, 146, 169, 190, 207, 219, 240, 249) a French illustrated weekly magazine originally a supplement to "Le Petit Parisien", and from 1912 an independent periodical. Beginning 8 August 1914, the magazine reported on the First World War.

These issues contain photographs of wind and water mills either destroyed by warfare or under military use.

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