Cemetery of the American Expeditionary Force in France during World War 1. Cemetery at Bois de Etraye. Line of graves of U.S. Army soldiers at a cemetery, crosses on graves. American soldiers stand at cemetery during burial ceremonies. Soldiers stand with rifles and fire a salute. View of the graves. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
U.S. 105th Field Artillery troops at Etraye (France), celebrate Armistice Day on November 11th, 1918 marking the end of World War I. U.S. flag is raised. U.S. 4th Infantry, 3rd division troops march through Bacharach, Germany. The troops march through the center of town in formation. An armed U.S. Army guard patrols on the edge of the Rhine River in Bacharach as a boat towing wood passes down the river.
U.S. 105th Field Artillery troops at Etraye (France), celebrate the Armistice Day on November 11th, 1918 marking the end of World War 1. U.S. flag is raised. U.S. 4th Infantry, 3rd division troop march through Bacharach, Germany. An armed guard patrols.
U.S. 105th Field Artillery troops, at Etraye in France, celebrate the armistice ending hostilities in World War I. A large American flag flies at their camp. The troops celebrate as they throw their caps high and shake hands with each other. Troops carry the United States flag and celebrate.
Guarded by American dough boys (U.S. Army soldiers) with rifles and fixed bayonets, German war prisoners carry wounded U.S. troops on stretchers to dressing station at Missy-Aux-Bois in France on July 16th,1918 during World War I. Shows American forces in a hillside trench, lined up at the trench embankment and firing rifles at enemy positions. The trench position appears to be cut into the side of a forest hill with trees visible.
During World War I: U.S. Army 2nd Division troops located near Missy-Aux-Bois, France. The American troops take cover from enemy fire, behind a tree line.