Bolshevik prisoners near Archangel (Arkhangelsk) Russia during the Allied North Russia Intervention in World War I
Archangel Russia Date:1918, September Duration:58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A view of Bolshevik prisoners, marching along a railroad siding in Archangel, under guard by U.S. Army soldiers, during the Allied North Russia Intervention (AKA Polar Bear Expedition) of World War 1. They are a mixed group, including sailors and several women. Closeups of some who pose, smiling, for the camera. Several wear interesting native Russian hats. [Footage from the United States Army 85th Division, 339th Infantry, American Expeditionary Force North Russia (AEFNR) participating as part of the Triple Entente forces North Russia Intervention. Two- thirds of the soldiers were from Michigan.] (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
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