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Title List — Keystone View Company Set of 1932
Sub-headings within the set are taken from The World War Through The Telebinocular, the guidebook that accompanied the set.
The inevitable conflict.
|1||1||1||15625||Sarajevo, Yugoslavia—Scene of Murder of Crown Prince which Started Flame that Engulfed All Europe|
|2||10331||Parade of Cuirassier Guards Marching to the Parade Ground, Berlin, Germany|
|3||2||2||18728||Helmeted German Soldiers Lined Up for Review|
|4||3||18689||A Bristling Forest of Bayonets; Russian Troops on Review|
|5||18743||French Colonial (Morocco) Cavalry in Paris|
|6||16046||The 48th Highlanders of Toronto|
The storm breaks; mobilization and first battles (Aug., 1914).
|7||4||3||19559||The First Tense Days of the War; Mobilization, Paris|
|8||5||19256||Vise, Belgium, Scene of the First Conflict of the War|
|9||V||19269||A Warm Reception Awaiting the Enemy, on Belgium's Defence Line Near Antwerp|
The guns that wrecked the most modern forts.
|10||19251||Skoda Works, Pilsen, Bohemia, Where the Famous Skoda Mortars Were Made|
|11||18769||"Mur Tschoffen," Wall in Dinant Before Which Germans Shot Many Loyal Belgians|
The German flood in Belgium and northern France (Aug., 1914).
|12||6||V||19270||French Refugees Fleeing Into Amiens From the Somme District|
|13||V||19273||Belgian Refugees Housed in Alexandria Palace, London|
The French retreat (Aug.-Sept., 1914).
|14||18745||Awaiting Enemy in French Trenches with Rifle and Mitrailleuse|
|15||7||4||V||18825||Tangled Ruins of Marne Bridge Blown Up by Germans and Red Cross Train Wreck|
The battle that saved France; first Marne (Sept., 1914).
|16||8||V||19274||National Road Bridge over the Marne, Blown up to Prevent German Advance|
|17||9||19560||The Field of the First Battle of the Marne Strewn with German Dead|
|18||V||19275||Cannon Abandoned by Germans in Retreat at Acy, France|
|19||V||18810||French Reserves from U.S.A.—Some of the Two Million Fighters in the Battle of the Marne|
The battle that saved Germany; Tannenburg (Aug., 1914).
|20||10||V||19561||Some of Russia's Countless Thousands Starting for the Front|
|21||11||19562||Where Samsonov's 1st Russian Army Was Almost Annihilated, Battlefield of Tannenberg|
|22||19579||Neidenburg, a Town of East Prussia Damaged during the First Russian Invasion|
The German recoil and the race to the sea (Sept.-Oct., 1914).
|23||12||18079||Inspecting a Nearly Completed Pontoon Bridge in the French Sector of the West Front|
|24||V||18823||French Troops Crossing the Marne by Pontoon Bridge|
|25||V||18901||Battle of the Aisne—Ammunition Wagons Shifting to New Position|
|26||18099||Decorating With Medaille Militaire. Adjutant Dambrine, Severely Wounded at Ablain St. Nazaire,France|
Flanders Fields; the battleground of the British Empire (1914-1915).
|27||13||V||18819||The Highland Regiment of the British Army Marching through Boulogne|
|28||V||18910||Canadian Artillery Proceeding to the Front|
|29||14||5||18786||Ypres Cathedral in Ruins, British Lory in Foreground|
|30||15||V||18850||Shell Bursting in the Grand Place, Ypres, Belgium|
|31||16||V||19271||Trenches Bitterly Contested in Battle in Once Peaceful Village Near Ypres|
|32||17||6||21375||A Belgian Town Which Was a Vortex of Decisive Fighting—Dixmude|
|33||V||18915||A Battery of the Famous 270 Mortars (Howitzers), Mt. St. Eloi|
|34||19580||One of the Belgian Towns Crushed Out in the Ypres Salient, Messines|
|35||18||7||V||18858||"And the Trench Was a Reeking Shambles," German Dead in the La Bassee Area|
|36||V||18870||British Soldiers Gleaning in the Fields of War, Menin Road|
|37||19||8||V||19283||Where Hell Was Loosed; War's Indescribable Desolation and Unburied Victims, Lens|
|38||20||9||V||18840||"Where all is still and cold and dead." No Man's Land near Lens|
|39||21||10||19252||A Family Living in Their Ruined House, Lens|
|40||22||11||V||18874||Proud Men of the North Who Fought on Flander"s Fields|
|41||23||12||V||18865||"Down in a Shell Crater, We Fought Like Kilkenny Cats"—Battle of Cambrai|
|42||24||13||V||18862||Steel-helmeted Scots Entrenched and Cheerily Awaiting a Counter-Attack|
|43||19581||German Troops Helping Themselves to Horse Power on a Belgian Farm|
|44||25||14||19582||Germans Superintending the Operation of a Belgian Factory|
Turkey joins the Central Powers (Nov., 1914).
|45||V||19277||Turks Eager for War—Germany's Most Distant Ally Mobilizing Her Army|
The tragedy of errors; Gallipoli (Apr.-Dec., 1915).
|46||19583||Farewell to Australia, Troops of the Imperial Force Marching through Melbourne|
|47||V||18812||Historic First Landing of Allied Troops at Dardanelles|
|48||26||V||18813||West Beach, Gallipoli, Scene of British Landing and of Terrible Battles|
The Pan-German dream fades in the Near East.
|49||19584||A Scene near the British Supply Base at Basra, Mesopotamia|
|50||27||18684||Making Use of a Railroad Built by British Troops to Carry Turkish Prisoners to Egypt|
The conquest of the German colonies.
|51||V||19585||Hardy Riders of the Union of South Africa Ready to Take the Field against the Germans|
|52||28||19568||Warfare in the Tropics—British Troops in Pursuit of the Enemy in German East Africa|
The Eastern Front; Galicia and southern Poland (1915).
|53||19569||Where the Russian Advance Was Driven Back before Cracow, Galicia|
|54||29||19570||Lemberg, Galicia, Entered by the Conquering German and Austrian Troops|
|55||19571||Mackensen's Campaign against Brest-Litovsk—Austro-Hungarian Artillery Advancing|
|56||19572||Some of the 750,000 Russian Prisoners Captured in the Summer of 1915|
|57||30||19573||An Ill-fated Leader—Archduke Charles Francis Joseph Decorating Some of His Soldiers|
|58||31||19574||Russian Prisoners of War Forced to Help the Enemy by Repairing Roads|
The Eastern Front; Warsaw and northern Poland (1915).
|59||19586||Lowicz, Poland, around which Fighting Raged in November, 1914|
|60||19587||Lodz, Poland's Greatest Industrial City, Captured by the Germans, December, 1914|
|61||19575||Massive Railroad Bridges at Warsaw, Poland, Demolished by Russian to Delay Pursuit|
|62||32||15||19576||The Waste of War—Railroad Yards at Warsaw, Poland, Swept by Flames|
|63||19577||The Successor to Marshal Hindenburg on the Eastern Front—Prince Leopold of Bavaria and Staff|
|64||33||19578||The Church of Bolimow, Poland, Utilized as a Barrack by German Troops|
|65||34||16||19588||Complete Destruction of a Russian Fort at Osowiec, Poland|
|66||19589||Booty of the Battlefield—Russian Supplies Taken at Grudusk, Poland|
|67||35||17||19590||Where Russia Tried to Hold on the East Prussian Front, Trenches near Grodno|
|68||19591||A Japanese Gun in a Russian Fort at Grodno, Captured by Germans|
Serbia; alone but unafraid (1914-1915).
|69||36||V||18815||Serbian Reserves in the Balkan Mountains Awaiting Orders to Advance|
|70||V||18814||Serbian Cavalry Ready for Battle on the Balkan Plains|
|71||19592||At Belgrade, Serbia, a Pontoon Bridge under Construction by Austrian Engineers|
|72||19593||A Gun Crew on an Austrian River Monitor Patrolling the Danube|
|73||19594||Austrian Shipping in the Harbor of Cattaro, with Mount Lovden in the Background|
Italy joins the Allies (May 1915); the battleground among the clouds.
|74||19257||Water Front of Trieste, the Prize Taken by Italy from Austria|
|75||37||19253||Mount Grappa and Ruins of Quero, on the Italian Battle Front|
|76||38||V||18842||How Italian Guns are Carried Up the Steep, Narrow Paths of the Alpine Front|
|77||V||19278||Watching an Airplane Combat over the Italian Lines|
|78||V||18843||Camp of Italian Outpost on Steep Alpine Slope|
|79||18669||Fire Spray Captured from the Austrians in the District of Capitello in Italy|
|80||18711||Looking E. on Italian Front. Foreground. Italian Trenches of Resistance Built after Territory Was Won from Enemy|
|81||39||18||19595||French Sentry with the Allied Forces in Italy Being Questioned by the Prince of Wales and Others|
|82||40||19||19596||Near Santa Maria on the Isonzo Front, a Well-built Austrian Trench|
|83||19597||An Austrian Howitzer Battery in the Woods Confronting the Italians on the Isonzo Front|
|84||19598||A Memorial Service for Austrian Soldiers for Fallen Comrades, Isonzo Front, 1916|
|85||19599||The First Aid Station of an Austrian Unit on the Front of Italy, 1916|
The deadlock on the Western Front (1915).
|86||21336||French 155-mm. Guns, Old Model but Hard-Hitting, in Action on Western Front|
|87||41||18636||In the Shaft of a French Mine Beneath the German Trenches|
|88||42||20||V||21337||Locating Hostile Miners by Means of a Geophone in a French Mine|
|89||43||21||21338||The Results of Months of Labor Destroyed in a Few Seconds—French Mine Exploding|
|90||21339||Soldiers of the Kaiser in a Playful Mood|
|91||44||22||18951||A French Counter-Attack in Progress on "Point X," on the...Battlefield of Les Eparges, 1915|
|92||21340||The Beverage of the Poilus—Hogsheads of Pinard Arriving at the Front|
|93||45||18681||Light Railway and Hillside Dugouts near La Harazee, Argonne Forest|
|94||46||23||21341||French Soldiers off Duty in a Deep Dugout|
|95||47||24||21342||Bleaching Vats of a Dye Works near the Front Converted to Use as Bathtubs by German Soldiers|
|96||21343||The Kitchens in a Camp of French Prisoners of War at Wunsdorf, near Berlin|
Germany's challenge to Britain's sea power.
|97||48||16259||British Battle Cruiser "Indomitable," Which Sunk the German Battle Cruiser Bluecher|
|98||21344||A German Battle Cruiser Lost in the Battle of the Dogger Bank, the "Blucher"|
|99||49||21345||The German High Seas Fleet Which Aspired to Dispute the Command of the Oceans with the British|
|100||V||19272||Trophies of War—German Torpedo From S.S. "Emden" and Floating Mines|
"Germany's largest internment camp;" the Salonika Front (1915-1918).
|101||V||18904||Great Naval Gun and its Protecting Fort of Sand Bags on the Saloniki Front|
|102||V||18903||British Anti-Aircraft Gun in Action on Balkan Front. Camouflaged And Mounted on Auto|
|103||50||V||18882||In a British First Line Trench in the Balkans|
|104||51||25||V||18880||No Man's Land, Sea of Barbed Wire in Front of Bulgarian Lines, Saloniki Front|
|105||V||18889||Serbian Trench—Awaiting Phone Call from Listening Post to Fire Rocket|
The Salonika Front; life behind the lines.
|106||V||18883||View in a Trench Kitchen Underground on the Saloniki Front|
|107||V||18885||View from Stage of a Serbian Army Audience in an Outdoor Theater|
Verdun the inconquerable; the great German offensive (Feb.-July, 1916).
|108||52||26||18730||"And They Did Not Pass"—Main Entrance and Gate into City of Verdun, France|
|109||53||27||19258||The Cathedral of Notre Dame, Verdun, and Ruins Extending Down to the Banks of the Meuse|
|110||54||18678||French Troops and Transport on "The Sacred Road," During the Battle of Verdun, 1916|
|111||V||18872||Poilus Preparing Barbed Wire for Front Line—Lempire, Meuse|
|112||55||28||21346||A French Communication Trench at Verdun—Carrying Back Wounded|
|113||56||21347||The Assailants of Verdun in 1916—Scene in the German Trenches|
|114||57||29||21348||Ghastly Mementos of Battle of Verdun—a Pile of Human Bones|
|115||21349||"Verdun, the Name of Thunder, is Written on Their Flesh"|
|116||58||30||21350||A French Departure Trench Just before Zero Hour|
Trench warfare on the British front.
|117||59||18707||British Royal Engineers Constructing Second Line Trenches in Flanders|
|118||V||18861||Entrenched Highlanders on the Lookout Using Mirror Periscope|
The battle of deferred hopes; first Somme (July-Nov., 1916).
|119||V||18847||Marshal Haig and General Antoine at Review of French First Division|
|120||V||18826||President Poincare and Marshall Joffre Visiting Officers' Quarters on the Somme Front|
|121||V||18829||Serving Food from a Movable Kitchen in Ruined Curlu, on the Somme|
|122||18706||Ruins of Famous Church at St. Albert, France|
|123||18602||Ruined Village of Eclusiers, France. M'lle Semmer Decorated for Heroic Actions under Fire|
Martyred Reims; victim of four years of fighting.
|124||60||31||18731||The Ruined Cathedral of Rheims. One of the Tragedies of the War, France|
|125||61||32||18764||Ruins of Once Magnificent Reims, France|
|126||62||V||19267||"The dogs of war let loose are howling"—French "320's" in action near Reims|
|127||18763||Fort Pompelle near Reims, France|
|128||63||V||18933||Once Fair Village of Coucy, near Reims, France|
The victory that nearly wrecked the French Army; Chemin-des-Dames (Apr., 1917).
|129||64||33||V||18836||The Ruined Stronghold of Fort de la Malmaison, Chemin des Dames|
|130||65||18788||Chemin des Dames—Barbed Wire Entanglement|
|131||66||V||18834||Desolate Waste on Chemin Des Dames Battlefield, France|
|132||67||V||18894||Supplies Left by the Germans in Their Retreat from Soupier, Aisne|
|133||68||34||V||21351||The Plateau at Juvincourt, where French Tanks Failed to Break the German Line|
|134||V||18835||Camouflaged Trenches in Center of Hardest Fighting, Chemin des Dames|
|135||69||35||18960||Badly Frightened German Prisoners Being Marched to the Rear from the Hot Fighting at Vauxaillon…|
|136||70||36||V||18837||Human Wreckage in No Man's Land, Chemin des Dames|
|137||V||18936||Weird Desolation of Berry au Bac, After Four Years of Fighting|
Trench warfare on the French front.
|138||V||18863||"Through it all like horror runs the red resentment of the guns," Oise, France|
|139||V||18932||"Out Where the Bombs are Bursting and the Cannons Like Hell-doors Slam"|
|140||V||18935||The Terrible Desolation of Once Fertile Hills and Valleys, France|
|141||18629||Searching the Ruins, "Somewhere in France"|
|142||71||37||V||18822||Dugouts and Shelters—Cantonment in the Race Course at Flirey, France|
|143||V||18849||At Mass in the Allied Trenches on the Western Front|
|144||V||18897||Alincourt, France; German Ammunition Camp Destroyed by Allied Airmen|
|145||72||38||V||18873||German Ammunition Depot, after Visit of French Airmen, Alincourt, Ardennes, France|
|146||73||39||V||18879||"On all sides round a great furnace flamed"—German Attack, North Compiegne, France|
|147||V||18838||Setting Up Large Searchlight in Advance Lines, Vosges Sector|
|148||74||V||18846||Sharpshooters in Protected Position near Enemy Lines|
|149||75||V||18833||In a French Trench, Sandbag Protected, Showing Dart Bombs|
|150||76||40||18633||French Soldiers Resting In The Trenches|
The use of dogs in war.
|151||V||18855||Red Cross Dog and Soldier for Whom He Got Help|
|152||V||18856||The Dog in War—Reporting to First Aid Squad with Helmet of Wounded|
Rescue and care of the wounded.
|153||77||41||V||18864||Picking Up the Severely Wounded from Among the Dead|
|154||78||42||18753||Rendering First Aid to the Wounded in the French Trenches|
|155||79||43||V||18869||Bringing in the Wounded "On Stretchers Stiff and Bleared with Blood"|
|156||21352||Hardships of the Wounded in the Winter Fighting in Bukovina, Austria|
Ambulances and hospitals.
|157||18703||British Red Cross ambulance in French Service; Northern France|
|158||80||18608||French Field Hospital—Locating Bullet With X-Ray Machine|
|159||81||44||V||18817||Ghastly Glimpse of Wounded Belgians in Hospital, Antwerp, Belgium|
|160||21353||A Comfortable Hospital for German Wounded in Lille, France|
Convalescents and slightly wounded.
|161||V||18896||French Convalescents, Nicknamed "The Cripples," About to Return to the Front|
|162||82||V||18892||Allied Soldiers Binding up the Wounds of Their Prisoners|
Burial of the dead.
|163||83||18087||Interment of the Fallen Brave in the Cemetery of Villers au Bois|
|164||84||45||21354||A Common Trench Filled with French Dead Slain at Les Eparges in 1915|
|165||21355||Services for the Fallen Brave, British Military Cemetery, Boulogne, France|
|166||85||21356||Russian Dead Gathered for Burial by Austrian Soldiers, Limanova, Galicia|
Feeding an army.
|167||18747||Section of Many Miles of French Field Kitchens|
|168||V||18828||Making Bread for British Troops: Camp Scene, France|
Motor transport of food.
|169||V||18827||Provisioning an Immense Army—British Transport Wagons in France|
Motor transport of artillery.
|170||18755||Modern Artillery Transport by Auto in France|
|171||86||18631||Off for Berlin! High Power Autotruck Delivering Large Cannon to the Firing Line in France|
Artillery; "the long arm" of the fighting forces.
|172||18640||French Gunners Adjusting Large Cannon Mounted on Railway Track—France|
|173||V||18913||A British 9.2-in. Howitzer Under Camouflage|
|174||87||46||V||18911||Feeding "Grannie"—Shell Hoisted into Position|
|175||V||18912||Feeding "Grannie"—Twelve Men Lowering Shell into Breech|
|176||88||V||18905||Trench Mortar in Its Well-timbered Chamber—View Looking Straight Down|
|177||18065||A Pioneer of the Kaiser's Forests Shattered into Toothpicks by a Shell from the Russian Lines|
|178||89||47||21357||German Field Howitzers, Whose "Crumps" Were Much Dreaded behind the Allied Lines|
|179||18651||A French 155-mm Gun Trained on the German Trenches|
|180||90||48||18705||French 75 Millimeter Guns in Ambush Near German Trenches|
|181||91||V||18902||Artillerymen Who, Between the Germans and the Mud, Are Emplacing Their Guns With Difficulty|
|182||92||V||18900||Famous 8-in. Howitzer in Its Camouflaged Position on the British Front|
Machine guns and emplacements.
|183||93||49||V||18857||German "Pill Boxes" and "Strong Points" which Cost Many Lives to Conquer|
|184||94||18749||German Steel Cupola for Machine Guns, Demolished by Allies|
Aviation versus cavalry.
|185||V||18853||Scouts, Old and New, French Cavalry and Army Airplane|
The eyes of the army; airplanes; aerial photography.
|186||95||50||19284||Airplane View of Trenches and Shell Holes|
|187||19191||U.S. Observation Airplane on West Front—France|
|188||V||18922||The Eyes of the Army—View of German Town from a British Airplane|
|189||96||V||18927||"Enemy Airmen Successfully Bombed One of Our Supply Trains"|
|190||19049||Lieut. LeMaitre of French Aviation Forces, Explaining "Nieuport" Airplane, Fortress Monroe,Va.|
|191||V||18921||A Double-seated "Fighter" Equipped with Bomb-dropping Device, Ready|
|192||97||V||18920||Bridgnet Michelin Bombarding Airplane Ready to Ascend, France|
|193||18756||French "75" Gun in Action Against Battle Planes|
|194||V||18914||A British "Archie" in Action—Note Range Finders|
|195||98||19369||American Gunners Firing a 75-mm Motorized Anti-Aircraft Gun|
|196||99||51||V||18891||Body of a German Aviator in His Wrecked Machine Back of the French Lines|
|197||18000||Zeppelin Flying Over a German Town—Lower Valley of the Rhine|
|198||100||52||V||19279||House in Southend, England, Wrecked by Bombs from Raiding Zeppelins|
|199||101||53||18632||Zeppelin Wrecked and Burned—Ruins Being Inspected by French Troops|
|200||21358||The "Eyes of the German Army"—an Observation Balloon with Its Crew|
|201||102||54||V||18923||Observation Balloon Fatally Pierced by Incendiary Bullets|
The long agony of the Western Front.
|202||103||55||V||18895||"Through sickly shrapnel-sown meadows reaped by death alone"|
|203||104||V||18906||"Twas messy, that bit of a fight"—Dead Germans amidst Wire|
|204||105||56||V||18898||Shells Bursting in Ruined French Village|
|205||V||19280||Huge Shell Hole beside a Highway, France|
|206||106||18794||A Hill for Whose Possession Thousands Gave Their Lives, Vimy Ridge, near Arras|
|207||V||18875||"And Now We Lie in Flanders' Fields." Vallee Foulon, France|
|208||18665||French Lines Captured from the Enemy by the Marine Fusileers|
|209||107||V||18867||French Reserves Watching Their Comrades Going Into "The Valley of the Shadow"|
|210||108||57||V||18830||"Red fields of slaughter sloping down to ruin's black abyss"|
|211||109||58||V||18854||His Last Fight—"See he lies, death staring from his eyes"|
|212||18748||French Mine Explosion Under Enemy Trenches|
|213||V||18852||"Setting the stage for the Devil's play"—French Front|
Tanks; the armored cruisers of the battlefield.
|214||V||18919||A Field of Forty Tanks—"Like a Flock of Sheep Browsing""—Bethune|
|215||19149||Huge Armored Tank Making Its Way Through a Smoke Screen|
|216||110||V||18918||Ripped and Battered to Death by the Enemy—a Derelict Tank Cambrai|
|217||V||18831||Huge Tanks Crossing the Somme|
|218||111||21359||A Glimpse of the Steering Gear and the Guns of a French Heavy Tank|
|219||112||18676||How France Aided Her Fighters—Renault Tanks Going to the Front|
|220||113||21360||Knocked Out in the Heat of Battle—French Light Tank Hors de Combat|
The United States enters the war (Apr., 1917).
|221||16770||President Wilson Addressing Congress on Question of International Peace|
|222||18335||Marshall Joffre, Viviant, Chocheprat and Fabry—French War Commission—with Gov. Lowden and State Officials at Tomb of Lincoln, Springfield, Ill.|
|223||19064||For Five Hours New York's Citizen Army Poured by this Reviewing Stand, Twenty Men Abreast|
Mobilizing America's man power; cantonments in the United States.
|224||114||59||V||19223||Barracks at Camp Devens, Boys on Hillside Writing Letters, Ayer, Mass.|
|225||V||19220||Pack Inspection of 139th Regiment Infantry, American Army Camp|
Training for combat in the United States.
|226||19063||The Heart of the Nation—Every Mother's Son Ready to do His Duty. Calisthenics in the Army|
|227||115||V||19219||Class of Officers Practicing "the Short Point Stab."|
|228||V||19222||Soldiers About to Enter Tear-Gas Trench, Camp Dix, N.J.|
|229||18360||Building Barbed Wire Entanglements—Reserve Officers in Training Camp, Ft. Sheridan, Illinois|
The Army is ready.
|230||19100||Our Answer to the Kaiser—3,000 of America's Millions Eager to Fight|
|231||19192||Thousands Marching, Thousands Watching! Our National Army, Chicago, Aug. 4, 1917|
|232||116||19070||One of New York's Greatest Military Spectacles The "Rainbow" Division Parading in Honor of Citizen|
The Navy is ready; the sailors and ships.
|233||19193||Thousands of Uncle Sam's Sailors, Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill.|
|234||14250||Marines and Sailors Dispersing after an Assembly Aft for Instructions—Life on Board a Battleship|
|235||09367||Gunners on Board U. S. Battleship New York Loading 5-Inch Gun|
|236||19147||Deck of U.S. Battleship Pennsylvania|
|237||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).
|238||117||60||V||18848||Joffre and Pershing in Governor's Gardens, Paris|
|239||19133||Marshall Foch, General Pershing, Madame Joffre, Marshall Joffre, and General Dubail, at Paris|
The American Army arrives in France; Base Ports.
|240||118||19294||United States Transport Arriving at St. Nazaire, Where the First American Troops Landed in France|
|241||119||61||18734||Camp Pontanezen, at Brest, France, from Which American Soldiers Were Returned to the United States|
|242||19195||Troop Kitchens—21 Ranges Each Burning Cord of Wood Daily—Brest, France|
|243||19285||American Barracks and Railroad Yards near Bordeaux, from Tower No. 2|
The first American troops in Paris (July 4, 1917).
|244||19354||French Red Cross Women Giving Breakfast to Americans of 1st Division Arriving in Paris, July 1, 1917|
|245||19355||Independence Day Ceremonies at the Tomb of Lafayette, in Picpus Cemetery, Paris, 1917|
|246||120||V||19218||Lafayette, We Are Here! First American Soldiers that Marched in Paris|
American troops learn the game in quiet sectors.
|247||19370||American Troop Train Halted at Epinal, en Route to a Quiet Sector of the Vosges Front|
|248||21376||Vanguards of the West—Early American Troops Entering a French Village|
|249||V||18925||Entrance to Dugout, Y.M.C.A. Station at Badonviller|
|250||121||V||18926||An Interesting Scene in the Social Room of a Y.M.C.A. Army Camp Hut|
|251||19371||Ruins of Metzeral, Alsace, from Trenches Occupied by Several American Divisions while in Training|
The British Navy cheers the Allies in the spring of '18; combatting the "U" boats.
|252||18790||German Gun Guarding the Mole, Zee-Brugge, Belgium|
|253||18771||Wrecked Submarine at Bruges, Belgium, a German Submarine Base|
|254||122||62||19287||One of the Notorious U-boats Stranded upon the South Coast of England|
Ludendorff's last victory; the break-through on the Chemin-des-Dames (May 1918).
|255||21361||Confusion at the Cross-Roads of Igny-le-Jard During German Advance from the Chemin-des-Dames, May, 1918|
Americans meet the enemy; Chateau-Thierry and Belleau Wood (May-June, 1918).
|256||123||63||18716||Looking South over Chateau-Thierry from the Ramparts of the Old Chateau|
|257||19352||American Infantry Marching into the Southern Outskirts of Chateau-Thierry|
|258||124||64||18715||View of Famous Bridge Over the Marne, toward Hotel de Ville and Heights of Old Chateau|
|259||125||65||V||18948||In Belleau Wood Where Americans Gave Germany Her Fatal Check|
|260||126||66||18725||Strong Dugouts in Holes Under Huge Rocks, in Belleau Woods, France|
|261||127||19351||Defiant German prisoners, Captured by 2nd Division Marines after Bitter Fighting in Belleau Wood|
|262||128||67||19207||Maison Blanc, Headquarters of the Marine Brigade, Near Belleau Wood|
|263||V||18943||"Miracle of Lucy," France—Unharmed Crucifix Amidst Total Ruin|
|264||129||68||19254||Looking from Belleau Village South across the Valley in Belleau Woods|
|265||130||V||19225||Grave of Lieut. Quentin Roosevelt, Buried by Germans Where He Fell|
Germany's final throw; the "Friedensturm" (July, 1918).
|266||19353||American Artillery Moving to the Front in the Champagne Sector|
|267||18677||General Gouraud Bestowing Medals Upon French Heroes, Chalons Sur Marne|
Foch strikes; the decisive counter-offensive (July, 1918).
|268||131||19372||American Troops Sleeping in Line in the Open Fields during Advance|
|269||18664||Partners of Americans in Marne Counter-Offensive—French Moroccan Troops on Villers-Cotteret Road|
|270||V||19268||Captured German Machine Guns on Road from Villers-Cotterets to Soissons|
|271||132||19356||American Soldiers Visiting the Ruins of Soissons and Its Two Great Cathedrals|
|272||V||18824||Artillery Observers Telephoning Headquarters from the Front on the Marne|
|273||133||69||19373||"Dead to the World"—Dog-tired Yanks Sleeping in an Old Trench near Chateau-Thierry|
|274||134||18958||Mont St. Pere, on Hills North of the Marne, Captured by 3rd Division, July 20, 1918|
|275||19374||On the Route Nationale from Meaux to Chateau-Thierry. American Infantry Resting during a Brief Halt|
|276||135||70||19375||"They Wrote Their Records in the Blood that Gave the Poppies Deeper Flame." American Soldier Killed in Action|
|277||136||71||19299||American Doughboys Snatching a Little Rest in an Old Trench on the Marne Salient; Midsummer, 1918|
|278||137||19376||The Bloody Road from the Marne to the Vesle—Epieds Captured by 26th Division, July, 1918|
|279||21377||A Square Meal in the Open. Mess Time in an American Bivouac|
|280||138||19377||"Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile"—American Convoy Headed for the Front|
Fruits of victory.
|281||139||72||V||18878||Bringing In 1900 German Prisoners Captured by American Forces|
|282||140||19298||Prisoners Captured by the Americans in the Marne Salient, Being Taken to the Rear in Trucks|
|283||18752||German Prisoners Well Housed, Near Belleau Woods, France|
"Picking Ludendorff's Pockets;" Franco-British Somme offensive (Aug.-Sept., 1918).
|284||21362||A Cloud of Gas Released against the German Lines near Montdidier|
|285||21363||French Infantrymen Securing Themselves against Shell Fire|
|286||141||73||21364||French Troops Resting in Fancied Safety, near Courcelles|
|287||142||74||21365||Tragic Results of German Attack upon Resting French Troops, near Courcelles|
|288||143||75||18961||An Unusual View of Ruined Roye-sur-Matz after the German Retreat|
|289||21366||Assembly Place of French Wounded on the Somme near St. Quentin|
|290||21367||Crowds of German Prisoners Captured by the Australians, Aug. 8, 1918|
|291||21368||Monster Cannon Abandoned by Germans in Their Retreat near Cappy|
|292||21369||Marshy Valley of the Somme Being Bridged by Australian Engineers|
The crushing of the St. Mihiel salient (Sept., 1918).
|293||19378||Massively-built German Trenches, St. Mihiel Salient, Conquered by 1st American Army, Sept. 12, 1918|
|294||144||76||19248||The Place des Halles, St. Mihiel|
|295||145||77||19255||Repairing Telephone Lines During a Gas Attack at the Front|
|296||19357||American Soldiers on the Battlefield of the St. Mihiel Salient|
|297||146||78||19552||"Slum Line" in All that Remained of a Village after the American Artillery Was Through with It|
America's greatest battle; the Meuse-Argonne (Sept.-Nov., 1918).
|298||147||19292||American Regimental Band Livening Things Up in a Billet Village behind the Meuse-Argonne Front|
|299||148||19296||"Pup Tents" in the Open; Guaranteed Waterproof—with a Shingle Roof over Them|
|300||149||19361||Ruins of Clermont-en-Argonne, an Important Road and Rail Center behind the Meuse-Argonne Front|
|301||150||19380||Americans Established with the French in Meuse-Argonne Rear Areas before the Great Attack, September 1918|
|302||19381||Camp Kitchen in the Woods, 1st American Army Assembly Area, Meuse-Argonne|
|303||151||18967||American Supplies Going Forward by Rail on Trains Protected by Anti-aircraft Guns|
|304||19358||Disassembled American Planes Being Taken toward the Front by Trucks and Trailers|
|305||152||79||19382||Looking toward the German Lines from Famous Le Mort Homme (Dead Man's Hill), Sector of American 3rd Corps|
|306||153||80||19383||"The Hanging Man of the Bois d'Avocourt,"—Sector of the 79th Division|
|307||154||81||18962||The Terrible Waste of the Bois de la Grurie, Where the 77th Division Stepped Off in the Argonne Forest|
|308||155||82||19384||Montfaucon and Ground South of It, Crossed by German Stronghold|
|309||156||19288||German Battery of 150 mm. Guns, Captured by American Troops Near Montfaucon|
|310||19359||The Church of Montfaucon, Taken by the 79th Division, Sept. 27, 1918|
|311||19385||An American Armored Car Equipped with a Field Gun in the Street of a Shattered Village, Meuse-Argonne|
|312||19386||"There Lies the Road from Avocourt that Leads to Montfaucon"|
|313||157||83||18952||Varennes, on the Aire River; Stormed by the 28th Division on the First Day of the Meuse-Argonne|
|314||158||84||19360||Willing German Prisoners Helping to Carry Wounded men to the Rear under American Guards|
|315||159||85||19387||American Transport Trains Jammed in Avocourt, Junction of Axial Roads of 37th and 79th Divisions|
|316||160||86||18970||A Horse Hurled into a Tree by a Shell Explosion in the Argonne|
|317||161||87||19388||"All their Weary Marches Done, All their Battles Fought and Won." American Dead in the Meuse-Argonne|
|318||19389||U.S. Engineers Working on Roads with American Tractor-drawn Graders and Dump Wagons, Meuse-Argonne|
|319||19297||"Just God and Gen'rl Pershing Knows Where These Here Birds'll Light."—Nash Quad Trucks Taking Infantry Up|
|320||162||19392||Doughboys Back from the Front Line Getting a Shot of Hot Coffee|
|321||19393||A Gasoline Refilling Station Demolished by the Retreating Germans in a Meuse-Argonne Woodland|
|322||19394||A German Battery Position in the Meuse-Argonne Captured after a Bitter Struggle|
|323||163||19264||An American Divison Headquarters at the Front|
|324||19395||American Caterpillar Tractor Hauling a heavy Gun to a New Position in the Meuse-Argonne|
|325||19396||Husky American Negro Labor Troop Keeping Roads Smooth for Heavy Traffic to the Forward Dumps|
|326||164||19397||Ceaseless Circulation of Troops and Trains on an Average Day of the Meuse-Argonne Battle|
|327||18739||An American Field Radio Outfit at the Front in France|
|328||19398||"Who Won the War?" Perhaps Not the Rolling Kitchens—but Who Could Have Won It without Them? Meuse-Argonne|
|329||165||19399||Supply Dump at the Cross-roads and M.P.'s on the Job, in a Rear Area of the Meuse-Argonne|
The American 1st Army attacks east of the Meuse (Oct.-Nov., 1918).
|330||19364||Col. Reckord, 115th Inf., and soldiers of the "Blue and Gray" (29th) Division on the Heights of the Meuse|
|331||19365||"You Doughboys, You Slow Boys; Here's Luck, an' Let Her go, Boys! We Like You, Infantry." East of the Meuse|
|332||166||19563||Americans Escorting German Prisoners to the Rear, Meuse-Argonne|
|333||19550||A German 150-mm. Howitzer Effectually Wrecked by Its Crew before the Americans Took It|
|334||167||18964||Americans Carrying a Wounded Man to the Rear—Battle of the Meuse-Argonne, 1918|
The advance of the French 4th Army in the Champagne; Blanc Mont (Oct., 1918).
|335||21370||The Routine of Warfare—French Infantry Marching Back to the Line|
|336||19551||Funeral Honors for a Gallant Infantryman of the 93rd (Colored) Division which Serviced with the French|
|337||168||88||19263||German Pill Box in the Blanc Mont Sector, Champagne|
|338||19390||German Rifle Pits in a Cemetery in the Blanc Mont Sector, Captured by the 2nd Division|
Rewards of valor.
|339||169||89||V||19281||General Pershing Awarding Congressional Medals to Brave American Boys, Chaumont, France|
Supporting the firing line; the army behind the army.
|340||19199||Our Doughboys at Work—Ordnance Repair Shop, Mehun-sur-Yevre|
|341||19262||One of the Buildings of the American Ordnance Repair Shops at Mehun-sur-Yevre, France|
Germany appeals for an armistice and peace (Nov., 1918).
|342||21371||A German Officer of the Armistice Delegation on the Way to Rethondes|
The armistice (Nov. 11, 1918).
|343||170||19564||Scenes of Wild Rejoicing in Paris on Armistice Day, 1918|
The Allied armies advance into Germany (Nov.-Dec., 1918).
|344||171||19565||Troops of the American Army of Occupation Marching toward the Rhine|
|345||19295||The Welcome of the Martyred Provinces—Lorraine Girls Talking with American Soldiers in Metz|
|346||172||19249||The Stars and Stripes Flying Over Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, on the Rhine, Germany|
|347||21372||The Tricolor on the Rhine—French Troops Crossing under the Eye of General Mangin|
|348||173||90||19212||Guards at American Bridgehead Boundary, Montabaur, East of the Rhine|
Keeping in readiness on the Rhine (1919).
|349||174||V||19379||American Doughboys Overlooking Coblenz, Germany, from the Heights of Ehrenbreitstein|
|350||175||V||19229||Doughboys of 89th Div., Resting Before Review, Treves, Germany|
|351||V||19231||American Army of Occupation on the Rhine near Ehrenbreitstein|
|352||19197||A Mile of Autos Used by Our "Third Army," Germany|
|353||V||19235||Tractor-drawn Artillery of 89th Div. Before Largest Hangar in Germany|
|354||176||91||V||18945||Observation Balloons near Coblenz, Germany|
The welfare workers with the American Army of Occupation.
|355||177||19208||Salvation Army Hut, Always at the Front with Our Doughboys, Rhine|
Recreations in the American Army after the armistice.
|356||19391||The Coveted "Three-day Pass to Paris"—Doughboys Sightseeing from an Army Truck in the Place de la Concorde|
|357||18737||American Soldiers on the West Bank of the Rhine in the Occupied Region, Germany|
|358||19215||Introducing Baseball in Germany, U.S. Army of Occupation on the Rhine|
|359||V||19236||After the Strenuous War Days—American Boys Enjoying a Rhine Excursion|
"For extraordinary heroism in action."
|360||V||19230||General Pershing Decorating Officers of 89th Div., Treves, Germany|
The aftermath; President Wilson and the Peace Delegates view war's desolation.
|361||178||92||16658||President Woodrow Wilson at His Desk, Washington, D.C.|
|362||18697||"Grand Place" of Devastated Arras, Section Visited by Peace Conference Delegates, France|
|363||18767||The President and Mrs. Wilson, Miss Wilson, the King and Queen of Belgium at University of Louvain|
|364||19265||President Wilson and Brand Whitlock at Nieuport, Belgium|
The Peace Conference; signing the Treaty of Versailles (June, 1919).
|365||18778||A Plenary Session of the Peace Conference, in Building of French Foreign Office, Quai D'Orsay, Paris|
|366||179||18777||Where the Peace Treaty was Signed, Palace of Versailles, France|
|367||180||93||18780||Galerie des Glaces, Showing Table where Peace Treaty Was Signed, Versailles, France|
|368||181||94||18781||Clemenceau, Wilson and Lloyd George Leaving Palace of Versailles after Signing Peace Treaty|
The celebrations of victory; Paris; London; Praha (Midsummer, 1919).
|369||182||95||18775||Victory Day Celebration, July 14, 1919—Arch of Triumph, Paris|
|370||183||19566||Soldiers of America in the Victory Parade, Paris, July 14, 1919|
|371||18773||France does Honor to the Gallant Sons of Britain—Victory Parade Paris|
|372||18742||Sons of France on Parade in Paris|
|373||184||19209||Uncle Sam and John Bull Again Fast Friends—Yankee Troops in London|
|374||18772||Cementing Anglo-French Friendship. Soldiers of France in London|
|375||18774||Gallant Legionaires of Czechoslovakia on Parade, Prague|
America's soldiers leave the shores of Europe (1919).
|376||185||18735||Second Division Men Entraining for the Return Home, Germany|
|377||186||96||V||19266||Some of Our Two Million Fighters Ready for Home, Brest|
The ships that took them home.
|378||187||19194||Our Boys Boarding Transport For "the Good Old U.S.A."|
|379||19128||The New York City Skyline Brings a Thrill to the Heart of Every Returning Doughboy—U.S.S. Louisiana|
|380||V||19237||U.S. Transport "Leviathan," Formerly the "Vaterland." Largest Ship Afloat|
|381||188||97||V||19282||Troops Returning from France on Camouflaged S.S. Aquitania, New York|
Life on board the transports.
|382||V||19217||Ready for the "Abandon Ship" Drill; U.S. Soldiers With Life Belts Adjusted|
|383||V||19239||A Friendly Bout Among Our Boys, on Transport Returning from France|
The sacred charges of the Nation.
|384||V||19241||Severely Wounded Being Transferred to Hospital Ship from Transport, Hoboken|
|385||V||19227||Nursing Wounded Heroes Back to Health, Convalescent Hospital No. 5|
Heroes welcomed home.
|386||189||V||19242||Americans Glad to be Home|
|387||190||19138||Fighters Who Broke the Hindenburg Line Parading Down Fifth Ave., New York|
|388||19153||A Happy Reunion for Home-Coming Soldier Fathers|
These rest forever in the soil of France.
|389||191||19366||"Keeping Their Guard for the Ghosts of Men Who Sleep, and Wait for Their Mates Again." Suresnes Cemetery, Paris|
The Nation's last tribute.
|390||192||98||23306||"Back to Home Land!" Removing the Casket of America's Unknown Soldier from the Olympia, Washington|
Fighting old battles o'er again.
|391||193||13365||America's Most Notable Gathering of Military Heroes|
|392||194||19367||The American Legion Paris Convention, 1927—the Legion Marching in Parade Beneath the Arch of Triumph|
|393||19363||The American Legion Paris Convention, 1927—A Unit of the Auxiliary in the Parade Down the Champs Elysees|
Today on the battlefields of yesterday.
|394||195||21378||An American Shrine. The Field of Belleau Wood Today|
|395||196||19368||From Belleau Village to Belleau Wood and American Military Cemetery Today, France|
|396||197||99||19567||Looking North to Chateau-Thierry over the New Bridge across the Marne|
|397||198||19362||Today in the Place des Halles, St. Mihiel|
|398||199||21373||The Battlefield of Verdun from Fort Douaumont, Today|
|399||200||100||03197||A Tragedy of Verdun—"The Trench of the Bayonets"|
|400||21374||The Memorial of an Immortal Defense—the Verdun Monument|
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