American Expeditionary Forces (A.E.F.), 42nd Infantry Division, on maneuvers in France during World War I
France Date:1918, May Duration:1 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
American Expeditionary Forces, 42nd Infantry Division (Rainbow Division) in France during World War 1. At Glonville, on May 8, 1918, Captain D. L. Smith talks over a field phone while directing artillery fire. Another soldier stands behind him. Captain D. L. Smith and Major Curtis G. Reddon converse over the field telephone. An officer smokes standing under a tree. Troops walk along a road in the background. On May 9, 1918, In Baccarat, France, U.S. Army Major General Charles T. Menoher, Brigadier General M. J. Lenihan, U.S. Army Colonel Douglas MacArthur and staff officers confer in a field.
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