Images of the Great Reset: Franco-Prussian War 1870-71, The Seige of Strasbourg.

This is another entry in the World in Ruins series. A close examination of the photographic evidence indicates this is a place on the rebound. The ruins are not freshly destroyed buildings but old piles of rubble being cleaned up. The travel lanes are free of debris, mature hardwood trees grow through the rubble. There are no people to speak of aside from a few portraits of officiers and the unnamed masses in soldier uniformes that most likely are actors in costume like those in the Matthew Brady portfolio.

This collection has been assembled from several photographers. I’ll share a Pro-Tip, When you are looking at historical events through early photography pay attn to the photographers name. These photographers are Special Agents and work for NWO Intelligence, most are family operatives, meaning they picked the trade up from their fathers and pass it on to their children. Many dont even exist as flesh and bone people but are simply a file name where Reset documentation records can be stored. This segment includes shots by F.A. Beato, who we met in the India revolution for independence in 1858. Beato also was the first photographer in China, Middle East, and Egypt.

Basically what history has done was tried to slide another war in the timeline to explain the amount of destruction in Europe, especially France. This is an intermittent chapter during the French Revolution and was before the Paris Commune, however, it is treated as a completely isolated entry and is little known outside certain history circles.

I do not go into the narrative and take it apart piece by piece, I already know its a lie so I wont waste my time.

The remains of bulk scrap metal locomotives and boxcar chaise’s are a common theme in Reset photography
Image attributed to Beato
Military balloon Neptune
City in clean up, not in combat. Zoom in on the smoke stacks, I doubt something could blow the stone structures surrounding them into gravel pits but not damage the needle-thin stacks, same with all the street lanterns

Astronomical Clock [Link]

The Strasbourg Cathedral has one of the oldest, tallest, and best preserved astronomical automatonic devices in the world. Its symbolic features include Roosters, Griffins, and Lions (no winged-lions so far as I have found)

Battle of Sedan, Seige of Metz, Seige of Paris


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