A couple was walking by a French field in eastern France found a little capsule lying in a corner. There was a message in the capsule which is said to be a pigeon’s carrier message sent by a Prussian soldier. The message is a century-old message and seems to be from 1910 or 1916.
The message is written in German and is obscured to read. This message highlights information related to military maneuvers was based on Ingersheim said Dominique Jardy, the keeper of the Linge Museum. At that time Ingersheim was a part of Germany, now in France’s Grand Eastern department. The message was securely wrapped when found so that no enemy could open it.
The message will be kept in the Linge Museum, this museum is dedicated to the vicious World War 1 that took place between 1914 to 1918. The carrier pigeon’s message belongs to the time of World War 1. This war is history’s worst fight that lasted for 4 years.
Dominique Jardy talked to one of his friends from Germany to know what the message is actually about. This message is a memory of the war that is connected to the emotions of various people. The message will be displayed permanently in the Linge Museum from now.