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Author Topic: Scans from a WWI French Magazine.  (Read 3018 times)

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Scans from a WWI French Magazine.
« on: November 10, 2007, 06:45:58 PM »
An American Officer questions a german taken prisoner in St-Mihiel area.



Before and after the battle of the 12 of September 1918:
General Pershing motivates his CO's before the fight, and decorates them after:




The guns that prepare the way for the "AMEX"




A "Siege gun" of the American Army:




With the American Army on the front line:




The city of St-Mihiel, seen from the German trenches:




Clemenceau visits Noyon "reoccupied"




American tanks in the battle




A French NCO stays with his tank behind enemy lines, in second Image, the body of a German sapper who tried to blow up the tank, killed by the NCO.




German POW's working at the harvest



Brits pierce the Hindenburg line, to illustrate this, the paper showed the Aussies progressing near St. Quentin, the second pic shows a German gun taken by the Aussies.



Enjoy,

Robb


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Scans from a WWI French Magazine.
« on: November 10, 2007, 06:45:58 PM »
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