Here's a beautifully lithographed poster advertising the serialization in Le Petit Journal of la Mascotte des Poilus, a 1916 novel by French pulp master Arnould Galopin. The book isn't much remembered--it's a sentimental thing about French soldiers ("poilus," or "hairies") adopting a little girl during WWI.
But it was adapted for the screen in 1918, and you can see the film in its entirety here: http://www.tracktvlinks.com/watch-la-mascotte-des-poilus-1918
The soldier on the right isn't very poilu, and in fact seems to be wearing a lot of eye makeup and lipstick, and I have been wondering whether or not this is meant to be a camp follower....(click to enlarge)
And check out the blood coming out of the dead Hun!