Shows American General Blakely aboard the transport ship, SS Kroonland at Saint Nazaire in France during World War I. American 42nd Coast Artillery troops have food on the deck. Boarding stairs are retracted. The ship prepares to leave for United States following Armistice and end of World War 1.
Shows American 42nd Coast Artillery troops on the deck of the transport ship SS Kroonland at Saint Nazaire in France following armistice concluding World War I. American Flag flutters on the ship. People watch as the ship departs for United States. View of a tugboat towing transport ship in harbor. Other ships anchored at the harbor.
Shows American casual troops and U.S. 64th Coast Artillery troops at Saint Nazaire (France) embarking the transport vessel, SS Huron to return home following World War I. The troops are leaving for United States. Troops loaded with supplies board the ship. Shows supplies and cargo being loaded on the ship through lifting cranes.
Wounded U.S. soldiers on their crutches exit an American Red Cross building at Saint Nazaire in France soon after the end of World War 1. The soldiers embark the transport vessel, SS Manchuria. Red Cross workers help the troops in getting aboard the ship.
Shows American 42nd Coast Artillery troops at Saint Nazaire (France) embarking transport vessel SS Kroonland for United States shortly following the end of World War 1 in Europe. Troops armed with their rifles and loaded with supplies aboard the ship. Troops swarm the ship's deck.
View of a passenger ship SS Heredia docked at port in Saint Nazaire, France. Red Cross nurses dressed in coats and hats aboard ship for United States following World War 1. Nurses bid farewell by waving their hands