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US Army in France
Description: Footage of US Army troops in France during World War 1, including army laundry facilities and servicemen enjoying brief moments of leisure time.
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Clip #: TFA-319H
Length: 7:01
Year: 1918
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1910s
Filmmaker: Burton Holmes
Region: Europe
Country: France
Subject: World War I
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
1918, France, US Army, World War I, servicemen struggling to close castle drawbridge, military men standing behind gate, Burton Holmes wearing civilian war correspondent armband talking with serviceman, railroad track being constructed, servicemen watering crops in field, street scenes, soldiers marching on street, woman pouring wine into servicemen’s canteen cups, large group smiling servicemen raising canteen cups and drinking, US Army Laundries, laundry facility, stacks of laundry, female workers inspecting and mending laundry, disinfecting procedures, servicemen acting silly, soldier eating many donuts at one time, horse drawn carts carrying military supplies, mess tent, servicemen waiting on line and being served food, serviceman eating and feeding fellow serviceman, soldiers marching and riding horseback on street, military marching band, soldiers tossing servicemen lying together under camouflage netting, soldiers suddenly running out of tents, artillery being employed from beneath camouflage netting,

Notes:
Transferred from 35mm. Original 35mm nitrate elements no longer available.


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