Cattle drawn carriages and artillery pass on Pontoon Bridge in World War I.
France Date:1918 Duration:1 min 25 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Civilian official addresses large formation of American troops from a podium at a reviewing stand. U.S. troops on parade across the field, in front of spectators, at an Army base. Included are troops on horse back and horse-drawn caissons. French troops use cattle teams to pull heavy artillery pieces across a pontoon bridge, in France during World War I. Boats tied at Pontoon Bridge. The French artillery battery fires in field. French troops move casually along a road. New recruits, without uniforms, drill in a field. under guidance of U.S. Army soldiers. French soldiers hoist 320mm shell, with block and tackle, to load rail gun, that sits under camouflage netting. Rail gun fires and recoils. French gun crew works on another 320mm rail gun, elevating the barrel to firing position during World War 1.
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