U.S. troops march and are inspected by General Joseph J. Joffre and General John J. Pershing in France during World war I. .
France Date:1918 Duration:7 min 45 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. 5th Marine Regiment are inspected by Generals in France during World War I. U.S. troops march forward with a U.S. flag in their hands. French General Joseph Jacques Césaire Joffre and U.S. General John Joseph Pershing with a U.S. officer. General Pershing talks to the officer. The officer points out at a particular area. General Pershing and General Joffre in conversation. Officers stand behind them. A United States flag in the background. General Pershing, General Joffre and a U.S. officer salute. Officers stand at attention. U.S. and French General stand and U.S. officers on horse backs pass them. U.S. troops stand in the background. The troops march with rifles in their hands. The Generals inspect the troops. They salute when the troops cross them while marching. Flags of France and United States. U.S. and French troops stand in a line and at attention behind the Generals. U.S. troops march and the Generals inspect them. U.S. officers on horse backs followed by U.S. troops. General Joffre salutes and General Pershing stands next to him. U.S. troops march along with horse carts. Both the Generals shake hands. U.S. soldiers stand in a group. General Joffre talks to them. They salute him. A French officer. General Pershing with U.S. troops. The Generals get in a car.
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