Guarded by American dough boys (U.S. Army soldiers) with rifles and fixed bayonets, German war prisoners carry wounded U.S. troops on stretchers to dressing station at Missy-Aux-Bois in France on July 16th,1918 during World War I. Shows American forces in a hillside trench, lined up at the trench embankment and firing rifles at enemy positions. The trench position appears to be cut into the side of a forest hill with trees visible.
During World War I: U.S. Army 2nd Division troops located near Missy-Aux-Bois, France. The American troops take cover from enemy fire, behind a tree line.
Wounded soldiers of the United States Army being treated in France during World War I. Wounded soldiers get first aid at Couvrres-et-Valsery on 18 July, 1918. Casualties being carried on stretchers. French prisoners carry wounded Americans to a dressing station in Missy-Aux-Bois on 16 July, 1918.
United States 2nd Infantry Division soldiers near Missy-Aux-Bois, France during World War I. The soldiers fire rifles from trenches. A piece of cloth spread over bushes in the background.
The Aisne Marne Operation of World War I in France. Grass in field. Stakes in field. French cavalry soldiers on horses in the background, Missy-aux-Bois. French cavalry in field. U.S. 7th Field Artillery units with guns and ammunition being pulled in wagons by horses.
The Aisne Marne Operation in France. French Army units at Missy-aux-Bois. Soldiers ride mule driven carts and troops walk carrying rifles on muddy road. Soldiers rest on hillside with packs and gear. Brief view of U.S. 7th artillery troops taking up positions, as well.