American 52nd and 53rd Coast Artillery Regiments load and fire railroad gun at Belleville in France during World War I.
Belleville France Date:1918, November Duration:3 min 17 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Shows U.S. Army 52nd and 53rd Coast Artillery Regiments troops loading 14-inch shells in a camouflaged railroad gun at Belleville in France during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. U.S. troops fire the railroad gun during World War 1 from underneath its camouflaged net position on the railroad tracks. After each firing, the regiment reapproaches the gun to reload and fire again.
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