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WWI Gas Warfare
WWI Gas Warfare Allied soldier in trench puts on the gas mask, soldiers charge out of dug out as gas sets in, soldiers clean their guns and fire from a trench. Men crawl along the trench. Soldiers wearing gas masks stand in the trench, soldiers take off gas masks. Battlefield scenes, big guns fire into the air, troops charge out of trenches, cannons fire, ground explosions, air planes, tanks advance, soldiers charge thru the smoke. The new film, weird add-on. Armistice Day (1918), crowd celebrates in city streets, sailors dance with civilians.

WAR AS IT IS – WWI
WAR AS IT IS – WWI 1916 film that shows trench warfare as close as it gets. Scottish infantry passes through Mametz. Telephone wire is strung. Troops throw grenades. Prisoners are marched to the rear. Joffre confers with aides. Tunnels are made under German trenches with air drills, mines are planted, and the trenches exploded. A spy is found, photographed and then shot dead. Machine guns are moved forward. Shows skeletons beside a burial trench. Hand grenades explode in German trenches. Troops charge German trenches. US Troops return home.
WWI – Allied Tanks, Soldiers During a Lull in the Fighting
WWI – Allied Tanks, Soldiers During a Lull in the Fighting As close to tanks and the men as you’ll get in a WWI movie. Chow trucks haven’t changed much – they probably called them “roach coaches ” even then.

Got Wire? – THE SIGNAL CORPS IN ACTION
Got Wire? – THE SIGNAL CORPS IN ACTION Portable field kitchens approach Colombey. 310th Engineers raze a house in Sommerance. 304th, 305th, and 322nd Field Signal Bn. Troops string telephone lines. Signal Corps troops erect telephone poles, send messages with heliographic lamps and semaphores; and operate field radios. French women operate Signal Corps switchboards in La Belle-Epine and Paris. Shows captured German defenses, and a trench radio is assembled near Chatillon. Wires are spliced. Signal Corps troops are reviewed at Cour-Cheverny.

US Army shows off ALL its Latest Weapons from Artillery to Tanks and Planes
US Army shows off ALL its Latest Weapons from Artillery to Tanks and Planes Terrific film, two parts. Too many weapons to list.

WWI – US DOUGHBOYS at the Front
WWI – US DOUGHBOYS at the Front Covers life at the front pretty well.

African-American Soldiers Train for Combat in WWI
African-American Soldiers Train for Combat in WWI Part production, part documentary; this film shows African American draftees getting ready for a trip overseas.

Film about the 94th Aero Squadron in France
A film about the 94th Aero Squadron in France Silent film covers most activities of the US Army’s second air-combat squadron, the 94th Aero Squadron, informally known as the Hat-in-the-Ring Squadron. Featured many shots of Eddie Rickenbacker who became America’s most celebrated aviator until Charles Lindbergh.

WWI – Allied Balloon and Big Gun Operations
WWI – Allied Balloon and Big Gun Operations Covers some engineering, artillery, and observation balloon activities.

How Allied Uniforms Were Made in WWI
How Allied Uniforms Were Made in WWI Manufactured by women mostly, hundreds of them. Hats, boots, etc. were all made by hand and piled into enormous heaps for delivery to the men who wore them.

Capture of Hattonchattel and Mont Sec France – 1918
Capture of Hattonchattel and Mont Sec France – 1918 Allies use their new mountain advantage to scan over the old “Hindenburg Line.”

German PRISONERS Pressed into Service, LIBERATION of Vigneulles, France
German PRISONERS Pressed into Service, LIBERATION of Vigneulles, France Action filmed September 1918.
American Tanks in Combat – France, September 1918
American Tanks in Combat – France, September 1918 Rare footage of tanks in operation, maneuvering with the infantry.

CAMOUFLAGE Tricks in WWI
CAMOUFLAGE Tricks in WWI Dummy heads attract gun fire. Shows the painstaking detail in making “fake” soldiers. Other amazing methods of secret concealment…

Biggest GUNS of the Artillery in WWI
Biggest GUNS of the Artillery in WWI Twelve inch guns fire 900-pound shells, and that is just the beginning.

WWI – Deadly GAS Delivery Systems
WWI – Deadly GAS Delivery Systems Includes demonstrations of mortars, gas attack shells and compressed canister systems for delivery of poisonous gas.

WWI – FRANCE, various Allied activities
WWI – FRANCE, various Allied activities Infantry moves across France September 1918. Ruins of the town of Saint — Baussant, French refugees released from german occupation. American Red Cross distributes chocolate to troops. Men occupy areas formerly held by Germans. Piano playing, etc.

WWI – Saint MIHIEL
WWI – Saint MIHIEL How do you water 250 horses in an hour? Like this! German prisoners being used for litter carrying, field artillery, engineering, etc.

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