Allied soldiers during the Battle of Saint Mihiel Salient in France during World War I.
France Date:1918, September 12 Duration:5 min 26 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied troops in France during World War I. U.S. General John J. Pershing after the Battle of Saint Mihiel Salient. On September 12th Allied soldier in a field as they prepare for the Battle of Saint Mihiel Salient. Men dig trenches. Artillery being fired at the enemy position by the Allies. Allied soldiers advance. Cavalry units, infantry units and supplies loaded on to carts as they move further. Cavalry units move over wooden planks to cross a trench. Wounded being carried on litters. Artillery being fired. Soldiers on foot and a convoy of military trucks advance. Allied soldiers march forward with damaged houses in the background. An American tank crossing from a field to a lower road during battle. Smoke rises from a battlefield. Shell cases piled up as Allied soldiers load shells in an artillery piece and fire at German enemy targets. Stone concrete dug outs of Germans in Mont Sec, France being used by the Allies. Two Allied soldiers in the dugout as they look through binoculars. Views of French civilians and refugees after being freed from four years of German rule. They talk with American soldiers, smile, and relax.
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