German prisoners dig ground with pick-axes and pitch forks at an interment camp in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, USA, during World War 1. Prison camp can be seen in the background. (Fort Oglethorpe was established as a U.S. Army Post in 1902, and is located in the Chickamauga National Military Park's North Post area.) (WWI; WW1)
The 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Oglethorpe in Georgia. Soldiers riding horses on an unpaved road. Officials and soldiers aboard jeeps passing on the road with the horsemen. Trees along the sides of the street. The mounted troops cross a stream. The horses pull the jeeps through the stream. The jeeps pull artillery over bumpy roads.
The 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Oglethorpe in Georgia. Trees along the sides of the street. Soldiers riding motorcycles on the street. A few officials aboard a jeep passing the street. The motorcycles and weapon carriers cross the fields and move through wooded areas. The soldiers get off the motorcycles and lie in prone positions on the field. A smoke screen in the field. Two soldiers lying in prone position and watching the smoke screen.
The 6th Cavalry Division at Fort Oglethorpe in Georgia, during early days of World War 2. Soldiers stand near a van. The soldiers open the doors of the van and unload the horses. The soldiers mount the horses and ride them across a rough terrain. The horses pull jeeps across a stream. Trees in the background. Artillery being pulled by the jeeps.
The 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Oglethorpe in Georgia. Military trucks passing on a street. Mounted troops moving on the street. The soldiers dismount the horses and load the horses onto the trucks. The soldiers on motorcycles and armored cars passing on the street.
The 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Oglethorpe in Georgia. Soldiers lying in prone positions during their training on the field. The soldiers fire rifles. Other soldiers get off from their motorcycles. The soldiers advance on the field. Smoke screen laid on the field.