Welfare activities by Red Cross people at conclusion of World War I.
Trier Germany Date:1918, December Duration:2 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Coffee and sandwiches are served to American Army troops in Trier, Germany by the Red Cross activists. U.S. soldiers approach Red Cross women at a table in the train station and receive food. Signs beside tracks name various German cities. Two different groups of women red cross workers pose for cameras in front of the "Army Red Cross Enlisted Mens Club." Inside, U.S. Army soldiers check in at the club desk, staffed by Red Cross women workers. U.S. troops gather around a piano played by a Red Cross worker and the group sings along with the piano. Soldiers dance with Red Cross women in a dance hall at the club.
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