Occupation of Baccarat: Loading and firing of howitzer by six man crew in Lorraine sector in France during World War 1.
Baccarat France Date:1918, June Duration:3 min 31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Long line of 42nd Division U.S. Army infantry men passing through village during World War I. Truck pulling artillery piece rounds corner. Scene of open field. Artillery shells burst near edge of wooded area. Crew fires howitzer from behind natural camouflage near country road. Shells striking wooded area in distance. Loading and firing of howitzer by six man crew. Two soldiers, heavily camouflaged, crawl toward trench. Soldiers with rifles at the ready in slit. Crew firing machine gun. Mortar crew load and fire from ditch. Soldiers in field are issued clothing and allowance. During operations to occupy Baccarat, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France
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