Sprinting Through No Man's Land

Endurance, Tragedy, and Rebirth in the 1919 Tour De France
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On June 29, 1919, one day after the Treaty of Versailles brought about the end of World War I, nearly seventy cyclists embarked on the thirteenth Tour de France. From Paris, the war-weary men rode down the western coast on a race that would trace the country’s border, through seaside towns and mountains to the ghostly…

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