U.S. 6th First Army troops fire artillery guns at German targets near Exermont in France during World War I
Exermont France Date:1918, November Duration:1 min 17 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. 6th First Army troops fire artillery guns at German targets near Exermont in France during Meuse-Argonne offensive of World War 1. A soldier checks target coordinates with binocular and provides them to the artillery shelling troops on a field telephone.
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