Chateau Thierry and the Aisne Marne Operation in France. U.S. Army shells Cantigny. The soldiers near the artillery. Camouflaged artillery bombards Cantigny. U.S. troops load shells in the artillery and fire. Smoke comes out of the artillery after firing. Destroyed building. Trucks loaded with U.S. troops. The troops ride forward in trucks. Ruins in Chateau Thierry. U.S. Marines in a trench in Belleau Wood. The soldiers eat food and stand in a group. (May 28-30, 1918 Battle of Cantigny) (World War I. World War 1. WWI. WW1)
A United States Army training film about defense against chemical warfare. U.S. soldiers affected by a poisonous gas transported to a base hospital in Chateau-Thierry, France on 15 August 1918. Gas casualties in the AEF (American Expeditionary Force) during World War I. Casualties on stretchers lined up in front of the hospital.
The Battle of Château-Thierry in Château-Thierry, France during World War I. A wooded area. A few dead German soldiers lying on the ground. A statue of Jesus Christ in a damaged church. U.S. soldiers salvage materials from the church. They uncover and dust off part of the altar. A soldier sits at a piano amidst the rubble and plays while several U.S. soldiers gathered around sing.
The Battle of Château-Thierry in Château-Thierry, France during World War I. U.S. soldiers stand around German emplacements on a field. U.S. officers inspect the emplacements. U.S. soldiers walk on a railway track. A soldier shows German equipment.
The United States enters World War 1. A damaged bridge over Marne at Chateau Thierry. U.S. General John J. Pershing and a French General confer as they plan a Franco-American offensive. Soldiers of United States 103rd Division advance across a field on July 18th , 1918. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
U.S. 5th and 6th Marine Regiment in Chateau-Thierry,France during World War I. U.S. troops stand at attention. Flags of United States and France. The troops stand in a squad. U.S. General John Joseph Pershing decorates the soldiers. General Pershing is escorted by U.S. officers. The General shakes hands with the soldiers. The troops march with guns on their shoulders. They are reviewed by General James Harbord, McAndrew and Bundy at Chateau-le-trousse.