U.S. 5th Marine Regiment dig a trench, cut wooden logs with an axe and stand in a line for food in Gondrecourt, France.
France Date:1918 Duration:2 min 30 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. 5th Marine Regiment in Gondrecourt, France during World War I. The troops dig a trench and lay a water pipe. Wooden houses in the background. The soldiers cut wooden logs with an axe. The wooden logs are put aside. The soldiers unload the supplies from a cart. U.S. officers on horse backs and the troops march in a squad. A truck and a dog on the road. The soldiers march with rifles on their shoulders. The troops stand in a line outside the mess hall. They carry their plates and mugs in their hand. They sit at a table and eat their food. Few men stand in the line for food.
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