The U.S. 112th Infantry Regiment arriving in Calais France, during World War I
Calais France Date:1918, May Duration:1 min 33 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Three officers of the 112th Infantry Regiment (Sixteenth Pennsylvania) American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) pose for the camera at Port of Calais, France, upon arrival there in May, 1918,during World War 1. Two wear campaign hats and one wears a service cap with chin strap fastened. Troops offload duffle bags from trucks onto a railroad station platform, and sort them by units. The troops enter a warehouse where they are issued Enfield rifles and bayonets. Soldiers standing in a group familiarizing themselves with their new weapons and cleaning them. A locomotive pulling troops in rail freight cars with open side doors. The soldiers wave as their train passes the camera. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
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