• Deadman's hill

    Debris (helmet, shoes, skulls, etc.) scattered on a hill with the limb of a tree in the distance giving the eerie feel of desolation and destruction.

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  • Ruins of the Arras Cathedral

    Ruins of the Arras Cathedral.

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  • Remains of a Boche

    Pictured skeleton of the enemy on the ground surrounded by debris, fully clothed.

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  • End of bridge at Chateau-Thierry blown up by Americans during German drive

    View of a bombed out city in France. A large crater is visible near where the end of the bridge once stood.

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  • Trenches, mine craters, and shell holes

    Warfield, Francis B

    The caption reads, "Trenches, mine craters, and shell holes." The photograph was taken at Vauquois Hill in the Meuse-Argonne sector of France. The photograph has a desolate,"moonscape" quality to it.

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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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  • Aerial View of war-damaged French city

    Warfield, Francis B

    The caption reads. "Airplane picture of one of the towns France asked indemnity for." Many of the buildings in the photograph appear to be destroyed completely or bombed out from battle.

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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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