Armistice celebrations of the U.S. 5th, 89th and 92nd Infantry Divisions, at end of World War I.
France Date:1918, November 11 Duration:1 min 34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Troops of the U.S. 92nd and 5th Infantry Divisions celebrate the Armistice in France at the end of World War 1. Several look at their wrist watches awaiting the stroke of 11AM when the Armistice is to go into effect. An army officer unfurls the United States flag as negro U.S. Army troops stand by. A negro soldier sits at a keyboard musical instrument. A close view of a field wrist watch shows time as quarter to eleven. The soldiers gather and read time on their wrist watches. At 11:00 O'Clock, the troops cheer and raise hands in celebration. Four army officers in a discussion. Troops of the 340th Field Artillery Regiment (89th Division) prepare to fire celebratory last round, from their French 75 field artillery piece.
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