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Liberty Over All, Governors Island, N. Y., World War I

Firing a 10000 Yard Torpedo, World War I

Loading a 3" Field Gun, World War I

V sklade Eia Velichestva v Zimnem Dvortse no. 19-20, p. 13

Petrograd vo vremia voiny no. 23, p. 23

Ikh Imperatorskiia Vysochestva Velikiia Kniazhny Ol’ga Nikolaevna i Tat’iana Nikolaevna prinimaiut pozhertvovaniia v Zimnem Dvortse. Stoit grafinia Nat. Feod. Karlova

Die Zerstörungen in Ostpreussen : der Marktplatz von Lyck mit der evangelischen Kirche.

V angliiskom posol'stve. Damy angliiskoi kolonii za shit'em bel'ia dlia russkikh ranenykh (top); V Zimnem dvortse. Damy za shit'em bel'ia dlia ranenykh (bottom) no. 16-17, p. 26

Kronprinz Rupprecht von Bayern verlässt Schloss La Vallee, um sich an die Front zu begeben.

Tsarskoe Selo. Lazaret ... (top); Lazaret dlia ranenykh voinov ... (bottom) [no. 36-37, p. 18]

Petrograd vo vremia voiny. Damy, rabotaiushchia, kak sestry miloserdiia no. 27, p. 14

Atelier de fraisage des pieces de fusils.

Une sortie des ouvrieres.

Les six principales phases de fabrication du 75.

Classement des lopins.

Machines a marquer les obus.

Billage de verification apres trempe.

Atelier de femmes. Fabrication des pieces de fusils.

Atelier de trempe.

Verification des ebauches avant ogivage.

Atelier de verification avant ceinturage et ceinturage.

Atelier de degrossissage apres trempe.

Arrivage des barres d'acier a obus.

Femme perceuse.

Atelier de tournage des ceintures.

Femme Tourneuse. Sur tour parallele a tourner les ceintures.

Controle et reception finals des obus.

Presse a emboutir les ebauches d'obus.

Atelier de polissage des pieces de fusils.

Femme tourneuse. Sur tour a saigner les ebauches.

Atelier des machines-outils. Fabrication des camions automobiles militaires.

Vue generale de l'usine.

Four a chauffer les lopins.

Atelier de femmes. Fabrication des pieces de moteur d'aviation.

Atelier de tournage des ebauches.

Femme fraiseuse. Sur fraiseuse horizontale.

Atelier de montage. Camions automobiles militaires.

Femme fraiseuse. Sur fraiseuse verticale.

Lavage et sechage.

Femme tourneuse. Sur tour a charioter les ebauches.

Atelier des presses a ogiver.

Presse hydraulique. Essais de la resistance des obus a 1400 kg par c/m2. Essais de 30 tonnes sur le culot.

Cassage et tronconnage des barres.

Graissage et mise en caisses.

Huts built by Germans in the Bois de Chaume, no. one [top left photograph] camouflaged with moss ; Concrete machine gun nest, with large dugout forty ft. below.

Ruined churches at Bapaume, Albert and Nantillois ; Shell hole trap for taxis, Paris.


Captured Austrian 77 gun near Donnevaux.

Hannonville showing twenty-one American graves along the road ; Panorama of St. Maurice ; Wash day in Hannonville.

Fortified shell hole, hill 377.

Barbed wire used by Germans ; German artillery observation and control post, south edge Bois de Chaume.

A bridge across a hole excavated by an aerial bomb.

Vertical view taken from aeroplane showing movement of troops on the road to the right.

Rare type of German trench mortar ; On Le Mort Homme or Dead Man's Hill ; Ask any Doughboy ; Direct hit by American artillery.

Valley in Bois de Chaume.

Wrecked Boche amored plane ; Shell hole, bridge over Meuse ; Crashed Allied plane ; A corner of the Bois de Chaume.

Valley in the Bois Plat Chêne.

Remains of German machine gunner, near Hamel ; Scenes in old German trenches near Verdun.

The destruction of Forges.

Battery of American gas mortars ; Tube, foundation, gas container and propelling charge ; Bursted gas container.

Direct hit on pillbox at Vilosnes.

Officers' quarters in Forges woods ; Church used by Germans as prison camp ; Monument erected by Germans in Forges woods ; Concrete dug-out overlooking Drillencourt, used as observation post by American officers.

Ambulance Co. dressing stations at Chattencourt and Cumières [photographs at right] ; Destroyed area back of Cumières.

Corner of church at Consenvoye used as blacksmith shop.

Panorama view of Fresnes.


Rear view of machine gun nest in the Bois de Chaume, note pigeon cote to the right of entrance.

Dressing station post at Dommartin, buildings on the side of the hill have enormous bomb-proof dugouts back of them built by the Germans ; View of the valley ; Church at Dommartin, struck by a shell, while being used as an Ambulance dressing station ; An unexploded German bomb.

Ambulance Co. dressing station ; Concrete construction of entrance ; Observation post.

Septsarges (notice the shell holes in the background).

Business as usual.

Captured picture showing the kaiser decorating a German soldier.

Road and bridges over Meuse River and canal at Vilosnes. These bridges were blown up in turn by both French and German armies in their retreat, present bridges built by American engineers [center photograph] ; Interior view of church at Vilosnes [bottom right photograph] ; German prison camp [top right photograph] ; Street corner in Vilosnes [top left photograph].

Church at Sivry.

Consenvoy, bridges built by American engineers : Emergency bridge and corduroy road ; Bridge over canal stream ; Toot-sweet corner ; Middle bridge over the Meuse.

Donnevaux : Ambulance Company dressing station ; wrecked building, prison-camp barb-wire fence in foreground ; Heart of villiage [i.e. village] ; Ruined church.

Sausage or kite balloon shed between Vilosnes and Donnevaux.

The flooded valley of the Meuse near Vilosnes, showing the rim of shell holes as the water receded.

A German brick kiln.

Captured German locomotive ; On the road to Sivry ; First-aid dressing station on wheels, used by the Germans.

Camouflaged German ammunition.

Natural machine gun post ; Desolation of Forges ; A large dugout in the solid rock.

One of eight entrances to dugout, Bois de Chaume, bottom of dugout two flights of stairs below where soldier is standing, or about sixty-five ft., accomodating about fifteen hundred men.

Burning sausage, or observation balloon ; Hand grenade exploding in shallow water ; American advancing thru German wire ; A scene from the clouds.

Enormous holes caused by air bombs along entrenchments ; Where the boys dug in ; German dugout reinforced by stone and sand bags ; Elaborate dugouts of solid concrete and railroad iron generally camouflaged by branches.

German car load of 77's hit by our artillery.

Front view of machine gun nest in the Bois de Chaume.

Night picture of searchlight.

Camouflaged road ; German observation posts ; German officers' rustic bungalows.

Elaborate observation post built in the Bois de Chaume ; View taken from the top of an observation post, showing top of dugout in the foreground ; Dugout shown to the left and kitchen to the right, flower bed in the centre.

Bois de Chaume valley, east of Consenvoye : dugout ; deadly grenades found in dugout ; north side of valley, near Consenvoye ; an enormous shell hole.

Large shell hole in railway bed at Vilosnes, notice large German ammunition dugouts in the background.

Montfaucon : Destroyed entrance to tunnel used by the German crown prince to reach the tower of the church ; View thru porthole of machine gun nest, shown in centre of picture four ; Ruins of church used as observation post ; Machine gun nest upper centre of picture.

Aerial picture of railhead at Conflans, notice how plain the trenches and trucks in the foreground show up by not being camouflaged.

A typical German concrete and stone dugout.

Views of Marcheville.

A flashlight interior of a dugout.

First grave trenches dug in the new American cemetery at Romagne, notice the old battleground across the road in background.

View of Donnevaux taken from a hill on the Gercourt Road.

Interior of church at Saulx, showing the interior barricade of machine gun nest ; Exterior view of ruined church ; Outside view of machine gun nest ; German machine gun pillbox, built to sweep the main street.

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