American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) from 28th Infantry Regiment, board railroad trains at Beaumont, France,during World War I
Beaumont France Date:1918 Duration:1 min 15 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Opening scene shows American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) of 28th Infantry Regiment in France during World War 1. They are receiving a meal in an outdoor chow line. Next, they are seen climbing into a crowded railroad box car, at Beaumont, France. They sit in the rail car opening and wave as the train pulls out. On its side is painted the contents limits: 40 men or 8 horses (Hommes 40 or Chevaux 8). View of a steam locomotive pulling a troop train with American soldiers waving from open doors. Other American soldiers assembling at the rail yard. They wave to those leaving on the train. One soldier clowns around with those leaving.
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