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French, Joffre, and Haig depicted at the front in 1915

French, Joffre, and Haig depicted at the front in 1915

Soldiers of the 369th (15th NY) Regiment, "Harlem Hellfighters", standing in line on the Western Front.

Soldiers of the 369th (15th NY) Regiment, "Harlem Hellfighters", standing in line on the Western Front. Notice the use of French Adrian helmets. The 369th was part of the French army during the duration of the US participation in the war.

Soldiers of the 369th (15th NY) Regiment, "Harlem Hellfighters", standing in line on the Western Front.

WW1, 30 July 1916. French soldiers on the Western Front. -David Doughty…

WW1, 30 July 1916. French soldiers on the Western Front. -David Doughty…

A Gas mask warning notice at the French front on the Somme - "Do not go there ... without taking your mask."

A Gas mask warning notice at the French front on the Somme - "Do not go there ... without taking your mask."

WWI, French Trench Magazine 'Le Front' Dec 1916. -Gueule D'Ange (@jeu_gueuledange) | Twitter

WWI, French Trench Magazine 'Le Front' Dec 1916. -Gueule D'Ange (@jeu_gueuledange) | Twitter

WW1: One of France's colonial troops is KIA sitting upright in what looks like a bomb crater on the Western Front, undated. During WW1 the French Army conscripted some 440,000 colonial troops from Africa and French Indochina. An estimated 40,000 of these troops gave their lives for "their" country.

WW1: One of France's colonial troops is KIA sitting upright in what looks like a bomb crater on the Western Front, undated. During WW1 the French Army conscripted some 440,000 colonial troops from Africa and French Indochina. An estimated 40,000 of these troops gave their lives for "their" country.

WORLD WAR I: WOUNDED, 1918. Bringing in wounded soldiers from the French front. Stereograph, c1918.

WORLD WAR I: WOUNDED, 1918. Bringing in wounded soldiers from the French front. Stereograph, c1918.

French officers inspecting trenches on the Argonne front, eastern France May 1916. A Viscount in the Armoured Cavalry Branch of the French Army left behind a collection of hundreds of glass plates taken during World War I that have never before been published. The images, by an unknown photographer, show the daily life of soldiers in the trenches, destruction of towns and military leaders. #

French officers inspecting trenches on the Argonne front, eastern France May 1916. A Viscount in the Armoured Cavalry Branch of the French Army left behind a collection of hundreds of glass plates taken during World War I that have never before been published. The images, by an unknown photographer, show the daily life of soldiers in the trenches, destruction of towns and military leaders. #

WWI,Craonne, Aisne; French soldiers and orderlies at a dressing station. -La PremièreGM, 14-18 (@1erGM) | Twitter

WWI,Craonne, Aisne; French soldiers and orderlies at a dressing station. -La PremièreGM, 14-18 (@1erGM) | Twitter

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