A group of American and French officers examines a photograph in France during World War I.
France Date:1918, September 25 Duration:53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aviation activities in France during World War I. A group of six officers examines a photograph. The officers include American officers Lieutenant J. P. Harmon and Lt. R. T. Maddock and Frenchman Captain DeSaint Cerau. Several buildings in the background. American Expeditionary Force Chief Intelligence Officer Major A. L. James talks with Squadron Commander of the 3rd Pursuit Flight Maj. William Thaw. The officers seated at a table in a sidewalk cafe. A large group of soldiers inspects a crashed French aircraft near Nixeville in Meuse, France. French ground crewmen work on a crash-landed Spad 11.
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