U.S. Army 6th Field Artillery batteries hold position under heavy German shelling near Exermont, Ardennes, France.
Exermont France Date:1918, October 5 Duration:3 min 48 sec Sound:NO SOUND
World War I: U.S. Army 6th Field Artillery batteries fire at German enemy positions in Exermont, Ardennes, France, across a wide field and valley. U.S. Army artillery being fired, and explosions across the field as shells impact. American doughboys hold position under heavy German shelling. View of additional artillery and horse and foot traffic on the road below in the valley, beneath the shelling. U.S. Artillery guns are rolled down the hill and moved to new positions. World War 1 U.S. Army soldiers carry wounded soldier on a stretcher, moving on a road around the bodies of two dead combatants, dead horses, and a tipped horse carriage.
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