Soldiers; Military personnel; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Helmets; Arms & armament; Firearms; Rifles; Horses; Carts & wagons; Campaigns & battles; War; World War, 1914-1918; Mules
Members of the 105th Regiment Engineers seek shelter from enemy shell fire under the protection of a high bank. This party came under range of German guns while proceeding into St. Martin-Reviere & were forced to seek protection.
World War, 1914-1918; War; Tanks (Military Science); Flags
Three hundred and first Tank Battalion. America's heavies going into action at Souplet on the morning of October 17, 1918. Note the American flag flying from one of the tanks. St. Souplet, Nord, France.
Soldiers; Military personnel; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Artillery (Weaponry); Campaigns & battles; War; World War, 1914-1918; Salvage; Arms & armament
30th Division salvage dump for material and equipment hastily gathered up on the battlefield in France. A group of soldiers are going through items in the dump to determine what they can use in the future. This dump is located next to a brick...
Three Alsatian women in native dress standing near a canopy of trees. The woman on the left has her hand on a wooden chair. The women are wearing boldly patterned dresses and have oversized bows in their hair.
Sculpture; Public sculpture; Monuments & memorials; Capitols; Soldiers; Firearms; Uniforms
The Alvin C. York Memorial on the southeast corner of the State Capitol grounds, Nashville, Tennessee. York, wearing a World War I uniform, is aiming a rifle; the Tennessee State Capitol is visible in the background.
Military personnel; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Uniforms; Carriages & coaches; Helmets; Graffiti; Campaigns & battles; War; World War, 1914-1918; War destruction & pillage
"Americans out for a little recreation with the Huns' carriage, taken in the American drive on the Hindenburg section at Bellicourt. Bellicourt, Aisne, France. October 10, 1918." Several American soldiers are pictured examining a German carriage....
Four-page letter written on Fort Campbell stationery by Christopher Ammons from basic training to his family. He details gathering together some items and visiting a museum, but the majority of the letter describes and lauds PVT Smith (Smitty)....