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As audiences and communication channels become more fragmented, JCDecaux stands out for its ability to combine mass media and targeted solutions.JCDecaux owes its distinctiveness to its presence in cities, transport systems and major thoroughfares.They must have been written by one of the soldiers – I wondered what happened to him. Or was he yet another victim – now a name engraved somewhere on a war memorial back home, still mourned by his family?
Para ajudar a personalizar conteúdos, adaptar e avaliar anúncios e disponibilizar uma experiência mais segura, usamos cookies.We had to abseil down, just as our frontline troops did almost a century ago, and it was a pretty eerie experience.‘The mining and tunnelling that went on is an important part of the story, so we wanted to see the results for ourselves. It was impossible to imagine how so many soldiers could cram into such a relatively tiny space, but they had to do it – first, in the hope of advancing behind enemy lines without being seen, and secondly, to survive the constant barrage of artillery fire.And then there was the brightness of the white chalk.It read: ‘If in this place you are detained/Don’t look around you all in vain/But cast your net and you shall find/That every cloud is silver lined...Still.’ Eddie says, ‘The words were so poignant, so beautiful and so full of hope.