The standard bearers and color guard leading a column of the Fifth Artillery of the First American Division through Hetzerath, Germany, on their way to the Rhine. Lafayette, We Are Here!  The immortal tribute of General John J. Pershing at the grave of the great Frenchman. The religious and military tribute paid to the first Americans to fall in battle, at Bathelmont, November 4, 1917. Memorial Day, 1918, was celebrated abroad as well as at home.
The standard bearers and color guard leading a column of the Fifth Artillery of the First American Division through Hetzerath, Germany, on their way to the Rhine. Lafayette, We Are Here! The immortal tribute of General John J. Pershing at the grave of the great Frenchman. The religious and military tribute paid to the first Americans to fall in battle, at Bathelmont, November 4, 1917. Memorial Day, 1918, was celebrated abroad as well as at home.
This memorial to the memory of Edith Cavell was unveiled by Queen Alexandra in Norwich, England, at the opening of the Nurse Cavell Memorial Home. Somewhere in France these Salvation Army lassies are baking pies and doughnuts for the doughboys. Many women fought in World War 1. The U.S. Destroyer Fanning with depth bombs stored in run-ways on the after deck. One of the camouflaged guns of the German shore batteries which raked with fire the Vindictive, the Daffodil, and the Iris when they grappled with the mole, during the night raid.
This memorial to the memory of Edith Cavell was unveiled by Queen Alexandra in Norwich, England, at the opening of the Nurse Cavell Memorial Home. Somewhere in France these Salvation Army lassies are baking pies and doughnuts for the doughboys. Many women fought in World War 1. The U.S. Destroyer Fanning with depth bombs stored in run-ways on the after deck. One of the camouflaged guns of the German shore batteries which raked with fire the Vindictive, the Daffodil, and the Iris when they grappled with the mole, during the night raid.
The British Cruiser Curacao, Admiral Tyrwhitt's flagship, leading out one column of British cruisers at the surrender of the German navy. From left to right, Admiral Sir David Beatty, Admiral Rodman, King George, the Prince of Wales, and Admiral Sims on the deck of the U.S. Battleship New York, The heroic American ace, Raoul Lufbery, wearing his well-earned decorations just after an official presentation. A two-passenger biplane flying near the seashore. The plane is shown dropping a bomb.
The British Cruiser Curacao, Admiral Tyrwhitt's flagship, leading out one column of British cruisers at the surrender of the German navy. From left to right, Admiral Sir David Beatty, Admiral Rodman, King George, the Prince of Wales, and Admiral Sims on the deck of the U.S. Battleship New York, The heroic American ace, Raoul Lufbery, wearing his well-earned decorations just after an official presentation. A two-passenger biplane flying near the seashore. The plane is shown dropping a bomb.
The official entry of General Allenby into Jerusalem, December 11, 1917. David Lloyd George, British Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau. - French Wartime Leader Major General Clarence R. Edwards pinning the congressional Medal of Honor on the breast of Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. Whittlesey.
The official entry of General Allenby into Jerusalem, December 11, 1917. David Lloyd George, British Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau. - French Wartime Leader Major General Clarence R. Edwards pinning the congressional Medal of Honor on the breast of Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. Whittlesey.


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