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.
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.
An air service field near Belrain, Meuse in France on 19th October, 1918 during World War I. U.S. Army Major General Mason Mathews Patrick decorates First Lieutenant E. V. Rickenbacker with the Distinguished Service Cross (4th Oak Leave cluster). Air Corps officers on the parade field. Captain James Armand Meissner and Lt. E. V. Rickenbacker with the Distinguished Service Crosses. Seven bi-wing airplanes flying overhead. An observation balloon in distant foreground. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
U.S. troops battle enemy in France during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive towards the end of World War 1. A map depicts Allied advance during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. U.S. soldiers advance along a rough terrain. Shell explosions on a field in Argonne, France.
A film titled 'Meuse-Argonne Offensive' about the American Expeditionary Force troops during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive battle in France in World War I. Trucks and American Expeditionary Force troops move along a road. Troops on horse carts and on horses advance. U.S. Troops wait in trenches. Machine guns and artillery pieces are loaded and fired. Soldiers fire rifles. Troops advance through a grassland. A tank being driven over a rough land. Explosions on ground. Smoke columns rise as machine guns are fired in Argonne Forest.
The Meuse-Argonne Offensive as the final Allied offensive in France during World War 1. A map shows areas under the Meuse-Argonne Offensive along the entire western front. A railway gun is fired.