The United States of America in 1916. In 1916 : A large crowd gathered outside the St. Louis Coliseum for the 1916 Democratic National Convention. Dignitaries arrive for the convention. Nominated President Woodrow Wilson with his wife in an open motor carriage. Woodrow Wilson with officials in his New Jersey home. A large crowd gathered outside his home. Woodrow Wilson delivers an acceptance speech. The large crowd listens to the speech. The nominated Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan. William Bryan and officials in the balcony of a building. William Bryan shakes hands with people gathered outside the building
Variety of events in World War I years. German merchant submarine Deutschland (a British blockade buster) in 1916 in the United States (then neutral), departing New London, Connecticut on November 21, 1916 headed back to Germany carrying silver bullion. The submarine had just completed repairs following a collision with the tugboat T.A. Scott Jr. when first attempting to leave New London on November 16, 1916. The North German Lloyd Shipping Company submarine Deutschland is seen leaving the dock at New London, Connecticut. The officers on the submarine Deutschland wave. View of a submarine under water. An officer blowing a bugle aboard the deck of an Italian naval torpedo boat. Italian sailors prepare a deck gun on the vessel. The deck gun is fired. An explosion in the water. View of Austro-Hungarian Battleship SMS Szent Istvan (Saint Stephen), capsizing and rolling after it is torpedoed off the Dalmation Coast of the Adriatic Sea by Italian torpedo boats on June 10, 1918. Survivors being rescued in small boats. View of a merchants vessels at dock and in a harbor. View of survivors of the May 1915 Lusitania disaster, with belongings, arriving in a harbor. Men and women with children posing. Two small girls pose among the group of Lusitania survivors.
Armed French infantrymen (Poilu) march hundreds of Austrian prisoners, under guard, who were captured by the French in Italy, during World War 1. They march four abreast along a road in Italy.
'Italian munitions 1914-1918 ' Men mine iron ore at a hilly region in Italy. Iron ore transported in trolleys and then shipped. Trolleys carrying iron ore unloaded at a port in Italy and placed on trailers with a crane. Coking ovens are emptied and blast furnace charged with the ore and coke. Furnace is tapped and molten steel poured giving a fiery flare. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
shipyard operations in Italy during World War 1. A man using a pneumatic tool to drive rivets into steel plates for submarines and warships. Men using chain block and tackle hoist to raise heavy parts in the assembly plant. A submarine at the shipyard pier, being outfitted. A freighter in background. Another submarine at the pier, being services with fuel and water. It displays the Naval Ensign of the Kingdom of Italy. Scene shifts to a pier in foreground, where Italian Naval officers and officials stand next to the stern of a huge ship, towering above them. Across the water, many other uniformed persons watch from another pier and local citizens watch from vantage points on buildings in the background. Suddenly, the ship moves down the ways, past the official party, and into the river. A camera captures the event from another perspective, where spectators watch from small boats. Although persons line the deck of the newly launched ship, it shows little superstructure, which will likely be added later. The next scene shows an Italian two-piper torpedo boat destroyer under full steam with black smoke billowing from her stacks. One crew member stands aloft on her forward mast. She displays the numeral "6" on her hull. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
German Cruiser intercepting munitions-carrying ships during World War 1.English steamer "Cambrian Range" bound from Baltimore Liverpool, with cargo of munitions, is given signal to halt at once, by the German Cruiser, SMS Möwe (sometimes written as Moewe) in mid Atlantic, on December 9, 1916 . Some crew from the steamer are seen pulling away from the vessel in a lifeboat (to be held on the Möwe). In similar fashion, the Norwegian Steamer, "Hallbjorg" carrying munitions from New York to Bordeaux, is halted by a warning shot from the Möwe's machine-cannon on December 4, 1916. View of the Möwe's gun crew firing. German sailors row a boat to the Hallbjorg to take control of it. View of the crew from Hallbjorg being taken aboard the Möwe.