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Title List — Keystone View Company Set of 1923
Sub-headings within the set are taken from The World War Through The Stereoscope, the guidebook that accompanied the set. There are minor variations in most versions.
Causes leading up to the war and preparations for it.
|1||1||1||1||1||1||15625||Sarajevo, Yugoslavia—Scene of Murder of Crown Prince which Started Flame that Engulfed All Europe|
|2||2||2||2||2||2||10331||Parade of Cuirassier Guards Marching to the Parade Ground, Berlin, Germany|
|3||3||18728||Helmeted German Soldiers Lined Up for Review|
|4||4||3||3||3||3||18689||A Bristling Forest of Bayonets; Russian Troops on Review|
|5||5||4||18743||French Colonial (Morocco) Cavalry in Paris|
|6||6||5||4||16046||The 48th Highlanders of Toronto|
|7||19256||Vise, Belgium, Scene of the First Conflict of the War|
|8||7||V||19269||A Warm Reception Awaiting the Enemy, on Belgium's Defence Line Near Antwerp|
|9||8||6||5||18009||Trenches of the Allies Among the Dunes and Brambles on the Coast of Flanders|
|The gun that wrecked the most modern forts.|
|10||9||19251||Skoda Works, Pilsen, Bohemia, Where the Famous Skoda Mortars Were Made|
|A town demolished in the early fighting on the French frontier.|
|11||V||18937||At Longwy, France—Ruins Around Main Gateway|
First German atrocities.
|12||10||7||18769||"Mur Tschoffen," Wall in Dinant Before Which Germans Shot Many Loyal Belgians|
|13||V||18939||Altar of Malines Cathedral, Wrecked by German Shells|
|14||11||8||6||18768||Cardinal Mercier, Renowned Belgian Prelate, Speaking at Dinant, Belgium|
Refugees of Belgium and France.
|15||12||V||19270||French Refugees Fleeing Into Amiens From the Somme District|
|16||V||19273||Belgian Refugees Housed in Alexandria Palace, London|
French retreat to the Marne and early open fighting.
|17||13||18745||Awaiting Enemy in French Trenches with Rifle and Mitrailleuse|
|18||14||18746||French Cavalry Ready to Follow an Infantry Attack|
|19||15||9||7||18744||French Cavalry Horses Swimming River in Northern France|
|20||16||10||8||4||4||V||18825||Tangled Ruins of Marne Bridge Blown Up by Germans and Red Cross Train Wreck|
First battle of the Marne.
|21||V||19274||National Road Bridge over the Marne, Blown up to Prevent German Advance|
|22||V||19275||Cannon Abandoned by Germans in Retreat at Acy, France|
|23||17||V||18810||French Reserves from U.S.A.—Some of the Two Million Fighters in the Battle of the Marne|
Pursuing the Germans from the Marne and extending the flanks to the sea coast.
|24||18||11||9||18079||Inspecting a Nearly Completed Pontoon Bridge in the French Sector of the West Front|
|25||19||V||18823||French Troops Crossing the Marne by Pontoon Bridge|
|26||V||19276||Battle of the Aisne, French Infantry, Transferring to Left Wing|
|27||20||V||18901||Battle of the Aisne—Ammunition Wagons Shifting to New Position|
|28||21||18099||Decorating With Medaille Militaire. Adjutant Dambrine, Severely Wounded at Ablain St. Nazaire,France|
Arrival and early fighting of the British; scenes on the British front.
|29||22||V||18819||The Highland Regiment of the British Army Marching through Boulogne|
|30||V||18910||Canadian Artillery Proceeding to the Front|
|31||V||18847||Marshal Haig and General Antoine at Review of French First Division|
|32||18786||Ypres Cathedral in Ruins, British Lory (sic) in Foreground|
|33||V||18850||Shell Bursting in the Grand Place, Ypres, Belgium|
|34||23||V||19271||Trenches Bitterly Contested in Battle in Once Peaceful Village Near Ypres|
|35||V||18818||Creeping on the Enemy Over the Sand Dunes, British Contingent in Belgium|
|36||24||18707||British Royal Engineers Constructing Second Line Trenches in Flanders|
|37||25||12||10||5||5||V||18858||"And the Trench Was a Reeking Shambles," German Dead in the La Bassee Area|
|38||26||V||18851||Strong Concrete German Position and Victims after Battle of Menin Road|
|39||V||18870||British Soldiers Gleaning in the Fields of War, Menin Road|
|40||27||V||19283||Where Hell Was Loosed; War's Indescribable Desolation and Unburied Victims, Lens|
|41||28||13||11||6||6||V||18840||"Where all is still and cold and dead." No Man's Land near Lens|
|42||29||19252||A Family Living in Their Ruined House, Lens|
|43||18766||Temporary Homes in Devastated Lens, Long Occupied by the Germans, France|
|44||30||14||12||7||7||V||18874||Proud Men of the North Who Fought on Flander"s Fields|
|45||31||15||13||8||8||V||18865||"Down in a Shell Crater, We Fought Like Kilkenny Cats"—Battle of Cambrai|
|46||32||16||14||9||9||V||18862||Steel-helmeted Scots Entrenched and Cheerily Awaiting a Counter-Attack|
Turkey enters the war (Nov., 1914).
|47||V||19277||Turks Eager for War—Germany's Most Distant Ally Mobilizing Her Army|
British Gallipoli Expedition (Apr., 1915).
|48||V||18812||Historic First Landing of Allied Troops at Dardanelles|
|49||33||17||15||V||18813||West Beach, Gallipoli, Scene of British Landing and of Terrible Battles|
Fighting in Serbia and on the Balkan front.
|50||34||V||18815||Serbian Reserves in the Balkan Mountains Awaiting Orders to Advance|
|51||35||V||18814||Serbian Cavalry Ready for Battle on the Balkan Plains|
|52||36||V||18904||Great Naval Gun and its Protecting Fort of Sand Bags on the Saloniki Front|
|53||37||18||V||18903||British Anti-Aircraft Gun in Action on Balkan Front. Camouflaged And Mounted on Auto|
|54||V||18882||In a British First Line Trench in the Balkans|
|55||38||19||16||10||V||18880||No Man's Land, Sea of Barbed Wire in Front of Bulgarian Lines, Saloniki Front|
|56||V||18881||Rifle Grenade in a British First Line Trench in the Balkans|
|57||39||V||18889||Serbian Trench—Awaiting Phone Call from Listening Post to Fire Rocket|
|58||40||V||18890||Loading a Trench Mortar in a Hillside Dugout on the Serbian Front|
Life behind the lines on the Balkan front.
|59||41||V||18883||View in a Trench Kitchen Underground on the Saloniki Front|
|60||V||18886||A Serbian Rest Camp Back of Front Line Trenches in the Balkans|
|61||V||18885||View from Stage of a Serbian Army Audience in an Outdoor Theater|
|62||42||V||18888||Modern Cliff Dwellers—A Regimental Headquarters Back of Serbian Front|
Italy enters the war (May, 1915); the Italian front.
|63||19257||Water Front of Trieste, the Prize Taken by Italy from Austria|
|64||43||19253||Mount Grappa and Ruins of Quero, on the Italian Battle Front|
|65||44||V||18842||How Italian Guns are Carried Up the Steep, Narrow Paths of the Alpine Front|
|66||V||19278||Watching an Airplane Combat over the Italian Lines|
|67||V||18843||Camp of Italian Outpost on Steep Alpine Slope|
|68||18669||Fire Spray Captured from the Austrians in the District of Capitello in Italy|
|69||45||20||17||18711||Looking E. on Italian Front. Foreground. Italian Trenches of Resistance Built after Territory Was Won from Enemy|
Sea fights of the earlier part of the war.
|70||46||21||16259||British Battle Cruiser "Indomitable," Which Sunk the German Battle Cruiser Bluecher|
|71||47||V||19272||Trophies of War—German Torpedo From S.S. "Emden" and Floating Mines|
Early fighting in the Argonne Forest.
|72||0||18681||Light Railway and Hillside Dugouts near La Harazee, Argonne Forest|
|73||48||V||18832||A French Relief Column of Algerian Zouaves in Forest of Argonne|
|74||49||V||18908||French gunners Charging Huge 270mm (Howitzer) in Forest of Argonne|
The great German attack on Verdun (Feb., 1916).
|75||50||18730||"And They Did Not Pass"—Main Entrance and Gate into City of Verdun, France|
|76||19258||The Cathedral of Notre Dame, Verdun, and Ruins Extending Down to the Banks of the Meuse|
|77||51||22||18||18678||French Troops and Transport on "The Sacred Road," During the Battle of Verdun, 1916|
|78||V||18872||Poilus Preparing Barbed Wire for Front Line—Lempire, Meuse|
|79||V||18929||A Village Reduced to Debris near Verdun|
Fighting on the British front, in general.
|80||V||18915||A Battery of the Famous 270 Mortars (Howitzers), Mt. St. Eloi|
|81||52||V||18861||Entrenched Highlanders on the Lookout Using Mirror Periscope|
Battle of the Somme, 1916.
|82||53||23||19||10||V||18826||President Poincare and Marshall Joffre Visiting Officers' Quarters on the Somme Front|
|83||18666||Tatoi Trenches in the Croisettes Wood Showing Officers in Consultation Just Half an Hour Before the Attack on the Somme Line|
|84||54||V||18829||Serving Food from a Movable Kitchen in Ruined Curlu, on the Somme|
|85||55||18706||Ruins of Famous Church at St. Albert, France|
|86||18602||Ruined Village of Eclusiers, France. M'lle Semmer Decorated for Heroic Actions under Fire|
Reims; general effects of four years of fighting.
|87||56||24||20||18731 OR||The Ruined Cathedral of Rheims. One of the Tragedies of the War, France|
|87||56||24||20||11||11||18765||The World Renowned Cathedral of Reims, France, Ruined by the Germans (Alternate View)|
|88||18764||Ruins of Once Magnificent Reims, France|
|89||57||25||12||V||19267||"The dogs of war let loose are howling"—French "320's" in action near Reims|
|90||18763||Fort Pompelle near Reims, France|
|91||V||18933||Once Fair Village of Coucy, near Reims, France|
The Chemin des Dames, scene of heavy fighting from spring of 1917 onward.
|92||58||V||18836||The Ruined Stronghold of Fort de la Malmaison, Chemin des Dames|
|93||18788||Chemin des Dames—Barbed Wire Entanglement|
|94||59||26||21||13||12||V||18834||Desolate Waste on Chemin Des Dames Battlefield, France|
|95||60||27||22||14||13||V||18835||Camouflaged Trenches in Center of Hardest Fighting, Chemin des Dames|
|96||61||28||V||18837||Human Wreckage in No Man's Land, Chemin des Dames|
|97||62||29||V||18936||Weird Desolation of Berry au Bac, After Four Years of Fighting|
Scenes in general along the French front.
|98||63||30||23||14||V||18863||"Through it all like horror runs the red resentment of the guns," Oise, France|
|99||64||V||18932||"Out Where the Bombs are Bursting and the Cannons Like Hell-doors Slam"|
|100||V||18935||The Terrible Desolation of Once Fertile Hills and Valleys, France|
|101||65||31||24||18629||Searching the Ruins, "Somewhere in France"|
|102||66||18750||French Artillery in the Village of Perthes les Hurlus|
|103||V||18822||Dugouts and Shelters—Cantonment in the Race Course at Flirey, France|
|104||V||18849||At Mass in the Allied Trenches on the Western Front|
|105||67||32||V||18897||Alincourt, France; German Ammunition Camp Destroyed by Allied Airmen|
|106||V||18873||German Ammunition Depot, after Visit of French Airmen, Alincourt, Ardennes, France|
|107||68||33||V||18894||Supplies Left by the Germans in Their Retreat from Soupier, Aisne|
|108||69||34||15||V||18879||"On all sides round a great furnace flamed"—German Attack, North Compiegne, France|
|109||70||V||18838||Setting Up Large Searchlight in Advance Lines, Vosges Sector|
|110||V||18846||Sharpshooters in Protected Position near Enemy Lines|
|111||V||18833||In a French Trench, Sandbag Protected, Showing Dart Bombs|
|112||71||35||25||16||18633||French Soldiers Resting In The Trenches|
The use of dogs in war.
|113||72||V||18924||Red Cross "Dog Encampment" Behind the Lines in the French Sector|
|114||73||V||18855||Red Cross Dog and Soldier for Whom He Got Help|
|115||74||36||26||V||18856||The Dog in War—Reporting to First Aid Squad with Helmet of Wounded|
Rescue and care of wounded.
|116||75||V||18864||Picking Up the Severely Wounded from Among the Dead|
|117||18753||Rendering First Aid to the Wounded in the French Trenches|
|118||76||37||18754||Bringing in Wounded on French Front After Battle Ablain St. Nazaire|
|119||V||18869||Bringing in the Wounded "On Stretchers Stiff and Bleared with Blood"|
|120||18703||British Red Cross ambulance in French Service; Northern France|
|121||77||18657||Taking Away the Wounded in Motor Ambulance (Somme)|
Field and base hospitals.
|122||78||38||27||18608||French Field Hospital—Locating Bullet With X-Ray Machine|
|123||79||39||28||17||15||V||18817||Ghastly Glimpse of Wounded Belgians in Hospital, Antwerp, Belgium|
Convalescents and slightly wounded.
|124||V||18896||French Convalescents, Nicknamed "The Cripples," About to Return to the Front|
|125||V||18892||Allied Soldiers Binding up the Wounds of Their Prisoners|
Burial of the dead.
|126||18613||Sacrificed on Altar of German Militarism—Arrival of Dead at Military Cemetery, Villers au Bois|
|127||18087||Interment of the Fallen Brave in the Cemetery of Villers au Bois|
|128||V||18899||Sanitary Work of the Battle Line—Disinfecting the Ruins With Patent Spray|
Feeding an army.
|129||80||18747||Section of Many Miles of French Field Kitchens|
|130||81||40||29||V||18828||Making Bread for British Troops: Camp Scene, France|
Motor transport of food.
|131||V||18827||Provisioning an Immense Army—British Transport Wagons in France|
Motor transport of artillery.
|132||82||18755||Modern Artillery Transport by Auto in France|
|133||18631||Off for Berlin! High Power Autotruck Delivering Large Cannon to the Firing Line in France|
|134||83||18640||French Gunners Adjusting Large Cannon Mounted on Railway Track—France|
|135||V||18914||A British "Archie" in Action—Note Range Finders|
|136||V||18913||A British 9.2-in. Howitzer Under Camouflage|
|137||84||41||30||16||V||18911||Feeding "Grannie"—Shell Hoisted into Position|
|138||V||18912||Feeding "Grannie"—Twelve Men Lowering Shell into Breech|
|139||85||V||18905||Trench Mortar in Its Well-timbered Chamber—View Looking Straight Down|
|140||86||18065||A Pioneer of the Kaiser's Forests Shattered into Toothpicks by a Shell from the Russian Lines|
|141||87||42||31||18||17||18651||A French 155-mm Gun Trained on the German Trenches|
|142||88||18705||French 75 Millimeter Guns in Ambush Near German Trenches|
|143||89||V||18902||Artillerymen Who, Between the Germans and the Mud, Are Emplacing Their Guns With Difficulty|
|144||V||18900||Famous 8-in. Howitzer in Its Camouflaged Position on the British Front|
Machine guns; emplacements.
|145||90||V||18857||German "Pill Boxes" and "Strong Points" which Cost Many Lives to Conquer|
|146||91||43||18749||German Steel Cupola for Machine Guns, Demolished by Allies|
Aviation versus cavalry.
|147||92||V||18853||Scouts, Old and New, French Cavalry and Army Airplane|
Aviation; aerial photography; aeroplanes.
|148||93||44||18000||Zeppelin Flying Over a German Town—Lower Valley of the Rhine|
|149||V||19279||House in Southend, England, Wrecked by Bombs from Raiding Zeppelins|
|150||19284||Airplane View of Trenches and Shell Holes|
|151||94||45||32||19||18||18632||Zeppelin Wrecked and Burned—Ruins Being Inspected by French Troops|
|152||95||46||33||20||19||V||18927||"Enemy Airmen Successfully Bombed One of Our Supply Trains"|
|153||96||47||34||20||19191||U.S. Observation Airplane on West Front—France|
|154||V||18921||A Double-seated "Fighter" Equipped with Bomb-dropping Device, Ready|
|155||97||19049||Lieut. LeMaitre of French Aviation Forces, Explaining "Nieuport" Airplane, Fortress Monroe,Va.|
|156||98||V||18922||The Eyes of the Army—View of German Town from a British Airplane|
|157||V||18920||Bridgnet Michelin Bombarding Airplane Ready to Ascend, France|
|158||99||48||35||21||21||18756||French "75" Gun in Action Against Battle Planes|
|159||V||18891||Body of a German Aviator in His Wrecked Machine Back of the French Lines|
Lighter than air machines.
|160||100||49||22||V||18923||Observation Balloon Fatally Pierced by Incendiary Bullets|
|161||101||18736||Attaching Observation Balloon to Winch for Towing into Position, Army of Occupation, Weissenburg, Germany|
|162||102||50||36||23||22||V||19216||Through the Uncharted Heavens She Blazed the Trail—Dirigible R-34 at Mineola|
Scenes in general along the Western battle front, middle period of the war.
|163||V||18895||"Through sickly shrapnel-sown meadows reaped by death alone"|
|164||103||51||V||18917||Watching "the Crimson Chorus of the Guns" Playing to the Enemy|
|165||104||52||V||18906||"Twas messy, that bit of a fight"—Dead Germans amidst Wire|
|166||105||53||37||24||23||V||18898||Shells Bursting in Ruined French Village|
|167||V||19280||Huge Shell Hole beside a Highway, France|
|168||106||18793||Monument in Memory of Canadians Who Fell at Vimy in April 1917|
|169||V||18877||Boyish German Prisoners at a Dressing Station, Longpont|
|170||107||18650||German Prisoners, Under Guard of French Soldiers, Were Humanely Treated by the Allies|
|171||V||18875||"And Now We Lie in Flanders' Fields." Vallee Foulon, France|
|172||108||18603||Camp of French Artillerymen. Enjoying Well-earned Rest from Trench Warfare|
|173||109||18665||French Lines Captured from the Enemy by the Marine Fusileers|
|174||110||54||38||V||18867||French Reserves Watching Their Comrades Going Into "The Valley of the Shadow"|
|175||V||18830||"Red fields of slaughter sloping down to ruin's black abyss"|
|176||111||V||18854||His Last Fight—"See he lies, death staring from his eyes"|
|177||112||18748||French Mine Explosion Under Enemy Trenches|
|178||V||18852||"Setting the stage for the Devil's play"—French Front|
Tanks, which came into use during the middle period of the war.
|179||113||55||39||25||V||18918||Ripped and Battered to Death by the Enemy—a Derelict Tank Cambrai|
|180||V||18831||Huge Tanks Crossing the Somme|
|181||114||V||18919||A Field of Forty Tanks—"Like a Flock of Sheep Browsing""—Bethune|
|182||115||56||40||24||19149||Huge Armored Tank Making Its Way Through a Smoke Screen|
|183||116||57||18676||How France Aided Her Fighters—Renault Tanks Going to the Front|
|184||18757||French "Tanks" Which Saw Service, Parading Paris Streets|
The United States enters the war (Apr., 1917).
|185||117||58||41||26||25||19000, 16770||President Wilson Addressing Congress on Question of International Peace and Imminent Danger of War|
|186||118||18335||Marshall Joffre, Viviant, Chocheprat and Fabry—French War Commission—With Gov. Lowden and State Officials at Tomb of Lincoln, Springfield, Ill.|
|187||119||19064||For Five Hours New York's Citizen Army Poured by this Reviewing Stand, Twenty Men Abreast|
Cantonments in the U.S.
|188||V||19221||Looking Over Soldier's Quarters—General Hospital in Distance. Camp Upton, N.Y.|
|189||V||19223||Barracks at Camp Devens, Boys on Hillside Writing Letters, Ayer, Mass.|
Camps in the U.S.; camp routine.
|190||120||59||42||19096||Sunshine Keeps Our Soldiers Healthy, Daily Sunning of Equipment|
|191||121||V||19220||Pack Inspection of 139th Regiment Infantry, American Army Camp|
Training for combat in the U.S.
|192||122||60||19063||The Heart of the Nation—Every Mother's Son Ready to do His Duty. Calisthenics in the Army|
|193||123||61||V||19219||Class of Officers Practicing "the Short Point Stab."|
|194||124||62||43||27||26||19198||Our Boys In France Learning to Correctly Use Gas Masks|
|195||V||19222||Soldiers About to Enter Tear-Gas Trench, Camp Dix, N.J.|
|196||125||63||44||27||18360||Building Barbed Wire Entanglements—Reserve Officers in Training Camp, Ft. Sheridan, Illinois|
|197||19050||Preparing for the Firing Line—Loading a 3-Inch Field Gun|
The United States is ready.
|198||126||64||45||28||28||19100||Our Answer to the Kaiser—3,000 of America's Millions Eager to Fight|
The new American Army in motion.
|199||127||65||46||29||29||19192||Thousands Marching, Thousands Watching! Our National Army, Chicago, Aug. 4, 1917|
|200||128||19070||One of New York's Greatest Military Spectacles The "Rainbow" Division Parading in Honor of Citizen|
|The U.S. Navy prepares to guard the Army on its way to France.|
|201||129||19089||Sousa's Famous Marine Band Playing on South Steps of Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.|
|202||130||66||47||30||30||19193||Thousands of Uncle Sam's Sailors, Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill.|
|203||131||67||19074||"Parade Rest"—Naval Training Station|
|204||132||68||19053||Projectile Weighing 1070 Lbs.—Powder 325 Lbs.One Load for the 12-inch Disappearing Gun [Ft. Monroe]|
The Navy is ready; the sailors and the ships which escorted the Army across.
|205||133||14253||A Sailor's Sewing Day Reminds Him Keenly of Home and Mother—Life on Board a Battleship|
|206||14250||Marines and Sailors Dispersing after an Assembly Aft for Instructions—Life on Board a Battleship|
|207||14249||Bugler Calling Marines and Sailors to Assemble for Instruction Life on Board a Battleship|
|208||134||09367||Gunners on Board U. S. Battleship New York Loading 5-Inch Gun|
|209||135||69||48||19147||Deck of U.S. Battleship Pennsylvania|
|210||136||70||49||31||31||19004||Four of our Submarines in Dry Dock in Government Navy Yard|
|211||137||71||50||16667||Submarines in the Foreground, Battleships and Torpedo Boats in the Background, San Diego Bay, California|
The American Commander-in-Chief arrives in France (June, 1917).
|212||138||72||51||32||32||V||18848||Joffre and Pershing in Governor's Gardens, Paris|
|213||139||19133||Marshall Foch, General Pershing, Madame Joffre, Marshall Joffre, and General Dubail, at Paris|
The American Army arrives in France; camps at the base ports.
|214||140||18734||Camp Pontanezen, at Brest, France, from Which American Soldiers Were Returned to the United States|
|215||19259||Camp Pontenezen, Brest, France|
|216||141||19195||Troop Kitchens—21 Ranges Each Burning Cord of Wood Daily—Brest, France|
|217||19285||American Barracks and Railroad Yards near Bordeaux, from Tower No. 2|
The first American troops in Paris (July, 1917).
|218||V||19218||Lafayette, We Are Here! First American Soldiers that Marched in Paris|
American troops in quiet training sectors.
|219||V||18925||Entrance to Dugout, Y.M.C.A. Station at Badonviller|
|220||142||V||18926||An Interesting Scene in the Social Room of a Y.M.C.A. Army Camp Hut|
|221||143||18667||General De Puydraguen Coming Out of a Trench Near Lac Blanc in the Vosges Section|
The first German drive of March, 1918.
|222||19260||Wrecked Building in Amiens, France|
The British Navy cheers the Allies in the dark spring of '18; combating the "U" boats.
|223||18790||German Gun Guarding the Mole, Zee-Brugge, Belgium|
|224||144||73||52||18771||Wrecked Submarine at Bruges, Belgium, a German Submarine Base|
|225||19287||One of the Notorious U-boats Stranded upon the South Coast of England|
First American battles; Chateau-Thierry; Belleau Wood (June-July, 1918).
|226||18716||Looking South over Chateau-Thierry from the Ramparts of the Old Chateau|
|227||145||74||53||33||33||18715||View of Famous Bridge Over the Marne, toward Hotel de Ville and Heights of Old Chateau|
|228||146||75||54||34||34||V||18948||In Belleau Wood Where Americans Gave Germany Her Fatal Check|
|229||18725||Strong Dugouts in Holes Under Huge Rocks, in Belleau Woods, France|
|230||19207||Maison Blanc, Headquarters of the Marine Brigade, Near Belleau Wood|
|231||147||76||55||V||18943||"Miracle of Lucy," France—Unharmed Crucifix Amidst Total Ruin|
|232||148||19254||Looking from Belleau Village South across the Valley in Belleau Woods|
|233||149||77||56||35||35||V||19225||Grave of Lieut. Quentin Roosevelt, Buried by Germans Where He Fell|
The last German offensive (July 1918).
|234||18677||General Gouraud Bestowing Medals Upon French Heroes, Chalons Sur Marne|
The Allied counter-offensive (July, 1918).
|235||18664||Partners of Americans in Marne Counter-Offensive—French Moroccan Troops on Villers-Cotteret Road|
|236||19261||Ruins of Longpont Village and Abbey|
|237||150||V||18824||Artillery Observers Telephoning Headquarters from the Front on the Marne|
|238||151||78||57||V||19268||Captured German Machine Guns on Road from Villers-Cotterets to Soissons|
|239||152||V||18942||Ruins of Soissons and Its Two Great Cathedrals|
Fruits of victory; German prisoners captured by Americans.
|240||153||79||58||36||V||18878||Bringing In 1900 German Prisoners Captured by American Forces|
|241||154||18752||German Prisoners Well Housed, Near Belleau Woods, France|
The battle of St. Mihiel (Sept., 1918).
|242||155||80||59||37||36||19248||The Place des Halles, St. Mihiel|
|243||156||19255||Repairing Telephone Lines During a Gas Attack at the Front|
The battle of the Meuse-Argonne (Sept.-Nov., 1918).
|244||19288||German Battery of 150 mm. Guns, Captured by American Troops Near Montfaucon|
|245||19264||An American Divison Headquarters at the Front|
|246||157||18739||An American Field Radio Outfit at the Front in France|
The American attack at Blanc Mont (Oct., 1918).
|247||19263||German Pill Box in the Blanc Mont Sector, Champagne|
Rewards of valor.
|248||V||19281||General Pershing Awarding Congressional Medals to Brave American Boys, Chaumont, France|
Supporting the firing line; the army behind the army.
|249||158||19199||Our Doughboys at Work—Ordnance Repair Shop, Mehun-sur-Yevre|
|250||19262||One of the Buildings of the American Ordnance Repair Shops at Mehun-sur-Yevre, France|
Trophies of victory.
|251||V||18944||"Kamarad" and German Trophies in a French Chateau|
The American Army advances into Germany; the Army of Occupation on the Rhine.
|252||159||81||60||38||37||19249||The Stars and Stripes Flying Over Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, on the Rhine, Germany|
|253||19212||Guards at American Bridgehead Boundary, Montabaur, East of the Rhine|
|254||160||19197||A Mile of Autos Used by Our "Third Army," Germany|
Keeping in readiness on the Rhine (1919).
|255||161||82||61||39||38||V||19229||Doughboys of 89th Div., Resting Before Review, Treves, Germany|
|256||V||19231||American Army of Occupation on the Rhine near Ehrenbreitstein|
|257||162||V||19235||Tractor-drawn Artillery of 89th Div. Before Largest Hangar in Germany|
|258||163||83||62||40||V||19234||U.S. Army Tractor Negotiating the Steep Declivities of Rhine at Coblenz|
|259||164||18761||French Auto Mitrailleuse Attached to U.S. Army, Montabaur, Germany|
|260||V||18945||Observation Balloons near Coblenz, Germany|
The welfare workers with the U.S. Army.
|261||165||19208||Salvation Army Hut, Always at the Front with Our Doughboys, Rhine|
|262||166||19200||Doughnuts for Doughboys—Montabaur on the Rhine|
Recreations in the U.S. Army.
|263||167||18737||American Soldiers on the West Bank of the Rhine in the Occupied Region, Germany|
|264||168||19215||Introducing Baseball in Germany, U.S. Army of Occupation on the Rhine|
|265||V||19236||After the Strenuous War Days—American Boys Enjoying a Rhine Excursion|
Rewards of valor distributed in the Army of Occupation.
|266||169||84||63||39||V||19230||General Pershing Decorating Officers of 89th Div., Treves, Germany|
The celebrations of victory; London; Paris; Prague (Midsummer, 1919).
|267||170||85||64||41||40||19209||Uncle Sam and John Bull Again Fast Friends—Yankee Troops in London|
|268||171||18772||Cementing Anglo-French Friendship. Soldiers of France in London|
|269||172||86||65||42||41||18775||Victory Day Celebration, July 14, 1919—Arch of Triumph, Paris|
|270||173||18773||France does Honor to the Gallant Sons of Britain—Victory Parade Paris|
|271||174||87||18742||Sons of France on Parade in Paris|
|272||175||18774||Gallant Legionaires of Czechoslovakia on Parade, Prague|
The aftermath; President Wilson and Peace Delegates view War's Desolation.
|273||176||18697||"Grand Place" of Devastated Arras, Section Visited by Peace Conference Delegates, France|
|274||177||18770||The Queen of Belgium Making Stereo Photo During Pres. Wilson's Visit to Belgium|
|275||178||18767||The President and Mrs. Wilson, Miss Wilson, the King and Queen of Belgium at University of Louvain|
|276||0||19265||President Wilson and Brand Whitlock at Nieuport, Belgium|
The Peace Conference; signing the Peace Treaty (June, 1919).
|277||179||18777||Where the Peace Treaty was Signed, Palace of Versailles, France|
|278||180||88||18778||A Plenary Session of the Peace Conference, in Building of French Foreign Office, Quai D'Orsay, Paris|
|279||181||18779||Guards of the Republic—in Palace of Versailles During Treaty Signing|
|280||182||89||66||18780||Galerie des Glaces, Showing Table where Peace Treaty Was Signed, Versailles, France|
|281||183||90||67||43||42||18781||Clemenceau, Wilson and Lloyd George Leaving Palace of Versailles after Signing Peace Treaty|
The American soldiers depart for home (1919).
|282||184||18735||Second Division Men Entraining for the Return Home, Germany|
|283||185||91||68||44||43||V||19266||Some of Our Two Million Fighters Ready for Home, Brest|
Boarding the homeward bound transports.
|284||186||19194||Our Boys Boarding Transport For "the Good Old U.S.A."|
The ships that took them home.
|285||19128||The New York City Skyline Brings a Thrill to the Heart of Every Returning Doughboy—U.S.S. Louisiana|
|286||187||92||69||45||44||V||19237||U.S. Transport "Leviathan," Formerly the "Vaterland." Largest Ship Afloat|
|287||188||19127||U.S. Battleships Serve as Transports in Bringing Our Troops Home—The Louisiana at Dock in New York Harbor|
|288||V||19282||Troops Returning from France on Camouflaged S.S. Aquitania, New York|
Life on board the transports.
|289||189||93||70||46||45||V||19217||Ready for the "Abandon Ship" Drill; U.S. Soldiers With Life Belts Adjusted|
|290||190||V||19239||A Friendly Bout Among Our Boys, on Transport Returning from France|
The wounded on ship board.
|291||191||V||19238||Hospital Deck on Giant Transport "Leviathan"|
The wounded going ashore.
|292||192||V||19241||Severely Wounded Being Transferred to Hospital Ship from Transport, Hoboken|
In hospital in the U.S.
|293||193||V||19228||Wounded Soldier About to Undergo Operation; Hospital No. 5, New York|
|294||194||94||V||19227||Nursing Wounded Heroes Back to Health, Convalescent Hospital No. 5|
Heroes welcomed by their countrymen and families.
Fighters Who Broke the Hindenburg Line Parading Down Fifth Ave., New York
|296||196||96||71||47||46||19153||A Happy Reunion for Home-Coming Soldier Fathers|
Those who rest forever in the soil of France.
|297||197||97||72||48||19250||The American Cemetery at Belleau Wood|
The Nation's last tribute.
|298||198||98||73||49||47||23306||"Back to Home Land!" Removing the Casket of America's Unknown Soldier from the Olympia, Washington|
The veterans fight old battles o'er again.
|299||199||99||74||50||48||13365||America's Most Notable Gathering of Military Heroes|
The hope of the future is PEACE (Nov., 1921).
|300||200||100||75||23314||World Disarmament Conference. Delegates in Session. Continental Hall of the D.A.R., Washington, D.C., Nov. 21, 1921|
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