• 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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  • Members of Thirtieth Division sniping in Belgium

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    An unidentified infantryman of the American Expeditionary Force is positioned with his rifle in a trench in Belgium. He is wearing a typical uniform with full equipment including steel helmet of Briti…

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  • Private M. L. Hunley of Company K

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    "Pvt. M. L. Hunley of Company K, 117th Regiment Infantry, 30th Division and other unidentified soldiers in a trench. Pvt. Hunley appears to be mending a piece of his equipment. The description on the…

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  • 105th Regiment Engineers seeking shelter from enemy fire

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Members of the 105th Regiment Engineers seek shelter from enemy shell fire under the protection of a high bank. This party came under range of German guns while proceeding into St. Martin-Reviere & we…

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  • Our Colored Heroes

    Renesch, E.G

    This color lithograph illustrates the heroic fight waged by African American World War I soldiers Sergeant Henry Johnson and Private Needham Roberts on May 15, 1918 when they were attacked on guard du…

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  • German machine-gun emplacements on Hindenburg Line

    United States. Army. Signal Corps

    Six unidentified soldiers occupy a former German machine-gun emplacement on the Hindenburg Line on the east bank of the St. Quentin Tunnel.

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