The 94th and 95th Aero Squadrons of the United States Army Air Service First Pursuit Group, at Épiez Aerodrome in Épiez-sur-Meuse France, during World War 1. Fabric curtains of a large aircraft hangar being pulled back as several ground crewmen roll a Nieuport 28c.1, of the 95th Aero Squadron, out of the hangar. Other Nieuport airplanes of the 95th Squadron, are in lined up in front of the hangar. The squadron's identifying black and white circular stripes seen on their aircraft cowlings. Scene shifts to ground crewmen working on a row of parked SPAD S.XIII aircraft of the 94th Aero Squadron. "Hat in Ring" insignia of the 94th Squadron is painted on the sides of all aircraft. American ground crewmen hold the wings of 94th Squadron Nieuport 28c.1 #18 with its engine running. Wheel chocks are pulled from under the wheels. The aircraft turns and starts taxiing.
Architecture of Verdun in Verdun-sur-Meuse, France during World War I. View of Verdun: the ramparts, walls (eighty feet thick), and the river bridge on the banks of Meuse. French civilians at the Meuse on a Monday: people beside a pond. Shell holes and people in the holes.
A fire in Verdun-sur-Meuse, France during World War I. A fire truck driven on road during a fire in buildings in Verdun-sur-Meuse. Firemen spray water hoses on buildings. A sign reads : 'Hopital Temporaire'. Shelled buildings seen.
Shows U.S. Army troops at the war front in France during World War I. U.S. 39th and 58th infantry Regiments advance under machine gun and artillery fire at Montfaucon and Nantillois in Meuse, France on September 28,1918.
Battalion H.- Verdun Campaign in Verdun-sur-Meuse, France during World War I. A church at Herbecourt. The ruins and debris seen. The wounded French soldiers sought refuge in this church, killed during bombardment.
Battalion H.- Verdun Campaign in Verdun-sur-Meuse, France during World War I. The rubble of Maricourt. An unexploded Zeppelin bomb on the ground.