Wooden Crosses

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Wooden Crosses (Les Croix de bois)
Wooden crosses.jpg
Directed by Raymond Bernard
Written by Raymond Bernard
Cinematography Jules Kruger
Release date
  • 1932 (1932)
Country France
Language French

Wooden Crosses (French: Les Croix de Bois) is a 1932 French war film by Raymond Bernard, based upon a novel by Roland Dorgelès.[1]


The young and patriotic student Demachy joins the French army in 1914 to defend his country. But he and his comrades soon experience the terrifying, endless trench war in Champagne, where more and more wooden crosses have to be erected for this cannon fodder.

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  1. ^ "Wooden Crosses". filmaffinity.com. Retrieved 17 December 2015. 

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