Activities of U.S. 101st Airborne Division in Bastogne, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge of World War II. An M5 High Speed Tractor (HST) tows a field gun along a snow covered road. The vehicle skids on the road, and troops throw sand on the road to increase traction. American troops walk on the icy road, including a Browning 1919A4 machine gun crew.
United States infantry attack St Vith,Belgium during World War II. View of the damaged buildings in town. Soldiers of the United States 7th Armored Division ,48th Infantry Regiment,3rd Battalion,search for German prisoners. Prisoner wears U.S. soldier's clothing and shoes. Captured German officer under guard. Soldier in a prone position fires Browning M1919A4 30 caliber air cooled machine gun. Soldier advances with bayonet rifle. Tank destroyers fire in support of advancing infantrymen.
Events during the Paris Peace Conference. View of Houthulst forest in Belgium. United States President Woodrow Wilson along with his American Delegation is on a sightseeing trip in Belgium. They are accompanied by King Albert I and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium. The entire team is seen enjoying a picnic and having lunch under a tent. Queen Elizabeth takes the picture of the lunch party. A french guard and other men standing along the side of a motor car.
American President Woodrow Wilson in Belgium.The Presidential party, including the President's second wife, Edith Wilson, and his daughter Margaret Wilson, along with Port authorities and other officials, walk along a walkway on the Zeebrugge Mole. ( This is a seawall with warehouses and a quay, built to create the Port of Zeebrugge at the North Sea end of a canal from Bruges in Belgium.) Photographer is seen walking atop the narrow outer wall of the walkway.
American President Woodrow Wilson in Belgium. Queen Elizabeth of Belgium, President Woodrow Wilson, Mrs. Wilson and King Albert in the gardens of the Royal Palace. President Wilson leaves the House of Parliament after addressing a joint session. Troops on horseback.
American President Woodrow Wilson visits Louvain, Belgium. President Wilson receives the degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Louvain. The ceremony is held in smoke blackened, looted and damaged library of the university. The King and the Queen of Belgium along with President Wilson leave the University of Louvain after the ceremony. Damaged building and debris alongside. A crowd moving out of the university.