American intelligence troops search German Prisoners Of War in the Menil la Tour prison camp.
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American sergeant John Letzing, 104th Infantry, 26th Division, with German POW Robert Fröhlich. Picture made on February 17, 1918.
Paul Meier (left), a soldier of the 239th Reserves German army, after being taken prisoner by US infantry.
American Negro soldiers throwing hand grenades from a French trench into No Man's Land.
|Wounded in the leg
American Ambulance workers treating a soldier wounded in the leg.
|Wounded in the head
American Ambulance workers with a soldier wounded in the head.
|Beer steins (1)
Soldiers of the 33rd Division in a German trench, drinking from captured beer steins.
|Beer steins (2)
American officers toasting with captured German beer steins.
A 340 mm gun, manned by US Coast Artillery Corps, firing in the vicinity of Nixeville, France. Picture made on September 26, 1918.
Gun team of the A Company, US 105th Machine Gun Battalion, 27th Division, firing at St. Souplet, France. Picture made on October 19, 1918.
Sergeant Charles Quick, Corporal Mark Young and Private Albert Lull, 126th Infantry, manning a 37 mm gun at Diefmaten in the Alsace. Picture made on July 25, 1918.
The C Battery of the US 109th Field Artillery, 28th Division, firing from the ruins of Varennes in the Argonne.
American Red Cross soldiers busy transporting wounded Germans to an hospital.
Destruction of the US 89th Division ammunition dump at Lucey, France.
|Loading an ambulance
Wounded soldiers being taken away by an American ambulance-car.
American colored soldiers manufacturing coffins.
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