Confederate soldiers of Brigadier William E. Starke's 2nd Louisiana Brigade lay dead along Hagerstown Turnpike in Maryland. They fell near a fence north of the Dunker church during the Battle of Antietam. The lower left corner is torn and stained.
Form No. 3 offers two pages of information, both printed and handwritten, providing a record of the death and interment of a Federal soldier who died at a Federal military hospital. The document includes data from the hospital surgeon, the post...
One sheet of charts and enumerations listing the number of officers, men, and musicians from the 26th Ohio that were killed, wounded, or missing in the Battle of Chickamauga, September 19- 20, 1863. The report was prepared September 26, 1863.
Soldiers; Military personnel; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Helmets; Military medicine; Military hospitals; Medical equipment & supplies; Litters; Gas masks; Horses; Campaigns & battles; World War, 1914-1918; War casualties; Carts and Wagons; Mules
Members of the 137th Ambulance Co. transport wounded soldiers to the hospital at Camp de Galbert. One mule pulls three carts that are attached to one another in single file.
World War, 1914-1918; War; Soldiers; War casualties; Wounds & injuries; Prisoners of war
Wounded from the 27th Division, United States Army, being carried to the rear by the aid of German prisoners taken during the drive at Vaux-Andigny, Aisne, October 17, 1918. See "Catalogue of Official A. E. F. Photographs Taken by the Signal Corps,...
War casualties; Prisoners of war; Guards; Horses; Cavalry; Horse artillery; War; World War, 1914-1918
Pictured are German military personnel who are prisoners of war following the American drive on the Hindenburg Line. These German POW's are walking along while carrying stretchers containing their wounded. Their guards are riding on horseback.
Soldiers; Military personnel; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Helmets; Military medicine; Medical equipment & supplies; Litters; War casualties; Canteens (Beverage containers); Gas masks; Campaigns & battles; War; World War, 1914-1918; Barbed wire
Unidentified members of the American Expeditionary Force transporting a wounded comrade on the field.