• Mine crater

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Huge crater caused by the explosion of mine planted and exploded by the Germans in their retreat before the American troops.

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  • Engineers Putting in a Bridge across the Selle River

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Members of the 105th Regiment Engineers putting in a bridge across the Selle River on the road between Escaufourt & St. Martin-Reviere.

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  • Photograph of Sarah Frances M. Ring on Gold Star Mothers' trip to France

    Sarah Frances M. Ring sent three sons off to World War I. The youngest of the three, Frank, served as a private in Co. A, 114th MG Battn., 30th Div. Frank was killed in action in October, 1918 and was…

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  • Interior of the Hindenburg Tunnel

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    A small group of soldiers is seen looking at the closed off area of the Hindenburg Tunnel which formed part of the Hindenburg Line during World War I. The St. de Quentin Canal, which ran through the t…

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  • Americans out for a little recreation with the Huns' carriage

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    "Americans out for a little recreation with the Huns' carriage, taken in the American drive on the Hindenburg section at Bellicourt. Bellicourt, Aisne, France. October 10, 1918." Several American sold…

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  • Photograph of the grave of Pvt. Frank Ring, Co. A, 114th MG Battn., 30th Div.

    The Ring family of Franklin, Tennessee provided three of their four sons to World War I. The third oldest, Pvt. Frank M. Ring, Co. A, 114th MG Battn., 30th Div., was killed on October 9, 1918 and buri…

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  • Wounded from the 27th Infantry Division

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Wounded from the 27th Division, United States Army, being carried to the rear by the aid of German prisoners taken during the drive at Vaux-Andigny, Aisne, October 17, 1918. See "Catalogue of Official…

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  • Soldiers digging themselves in for the night

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    A group of American soldiers are resting after a battle that had begun in the morning. They are positioned behind a trench or a small hill and are getting ready to rest for the evening.

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  • World War I Soldiers making a salvage tour of a battlefield

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Photograph of a dozen soldiers of the 30th Infantry Division walking through the remains of a battlefield at Montbrehain, France in October 1918. There is also one soldier mounted on one of the two ho…

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  • Photograph of the grave of Pvt. Frank M. Ring, Co. A, 114th MG Btn., 30th Div. with Bob and Charlene Ring

    Three of the four Ring sons served in the American Army in World War I. The third oldest, Pvt. Frank M. Ring, was killed-in-action on October 9, 1918 and buried in the Somme American Cemetery. The pho…

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  • Silhouette of a British battery

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Image features a silhouette of a British battery of the 110th section, Antiaircraft Unit. The men pictured are all looking off into the distance. The gun is being operated by a group of soldiers and i…

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  • Soldiers walking near the Hindenburg Tunnel

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Group of about ten soldiers at the south end of the Hindenburg Tunnel where the St. de Quentin Canal ran through, east of Bellicourt, France. The photograph was taken from the interior of the tunnel a…

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  • Photograph of Sarah Frances M. Ring at the grave of Fank M. Ring

    The Ring family of Franklin, Tennessee sent three of their four sons to World War I. The third son, Pvt. Frank M. Ring, Co. A, 114th MG Battn., 30th Div. was killed-in-action in October 1918 and burie…

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  • View in front of the Thirtieth Division Headquarters

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    "View in front of the 30th Division Headquarters, showing heavy traffic caused by the transportation of British, American, & Australian war material to the battle lines. Montbrehain, Aisne, France. Oc…

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  • British Artillery racing to the front

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    British Artillery making quick time getting to the front. Vaux-Andigny, Aisne, France. October 17, 1918. Photograph shows soldiers moving artillery in action.

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  • 30th Division salvage dump

    United States. Army. Army Corps, 1st. Signal Office

    30th Division salvage dump for material and equipment hastily gathered up on the battlefield in France. A group of soldiers are going through items in the dump to determine what they can use in the fu…

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  • Davis, Thurman Cleveland

    United States. Army; Infantry; 135th Regiment; Company M White

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  • Drive on the Hindenburg Line

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Germans taken prisoner by the Americans during the drive on the Hindenburg Line at Bellicourt and the Canal St. de Quentin march along a road under guard. The background of the image features building…

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  • Soldiers from the 118th Infantry Regiment

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Americans from the 118th Regiment Infantry (formerly First South Carolina Infantry, detachment First North Carolina Infantry, and Second South Carolina Infantry), 30th Division, passing through Branco…

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  • Bridge blown out by Germans

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Bridge blown out by the Germans during retreat from Vaux-Andigny, Aisne, October 17, 1918. Bois St. Pierre, in the district of Souplet and Vaux-Andigny, Aisne, France, October 17, 1918

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