Cathedral of Rheims. President Wilson and the Presidential party look at the cathedral of Rheims. Crowd at remains of a building.
United States President Woodrow Wilson visits Notre De Reims,the cathedral in France. Cardinal Luzon explains something to the President. The President observes the building of the cathedral. He is accompanied by other French officials.
United States President Woodrow Wilson during his visit for the Paris Peace Conference. He comes out of the Notre Dame cathedral in Rheims. He walks past the disrupted building of the cathedral. He is accompanied by other French delegates. Large crowd is gathered all around the cathedral to get a glimpse of the President. Outer view of cathedral and the area around the cathedral is seen.
Headquarters and camps in Rheims, France. Aerial views of Camp Norfolk, Camp Atlanta, Camp New Orleans, Camp Miami, Camp San Antonio and Mailly Sub area HQ. Aerial views of Rheims and Mailly Sub area Assembly Commands, covered tanks, sheds, houses, pitched tents and vehicles.
As Allied forces occupy Rheims, France, during World War 2, a French soldier affixes French tricolors on bronze statue in war memorial created by Paul Lefebvre, near the Place de la Republique in Rheims, France. Rubble is seen at this memorial to the fallen of World War I, which has been badly damaged, during the current conflict (World War 2).
Notre Dame de Reims Cathedral in Rheims, France. A large number of people gather outside the reconstructed Notre Dame de Reims Cathedral in Rheims, France for rededication ceremony. Priests and President Albert Lebrun enter the Cathedral. Interiors of the Church as priests offer prayers.