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141. Vaux, France Vaux, France Wars--World War I Troops passing through the town of Vaux, France.

142. The Rolling Kitchen The Rolling Kitchen Wars--World War I The Rolling Kitchen

143. Austrian Emperor Austrian Emperor Wars--World War I Ex-Kaiser at left in Austrian uniform talking to Foreign Minister Von Hintze at Spa; Austrian Emperor in center; German General Staff at right.

144. Bertha Krupp's Hunting Lodge Bertha Krupp's Hunting Lodge Wars--World War I Bertha Krupp's hunting lodge, high up on the Rhine Hills at Sayneck, said to be the most luxurious building of it's kind in that part of Germany.

145. What Germans Cannot Conquer What Germans Cannot Conquer Wars--World War I Cartoon of the Kaiser and the King of the Belgians. Caption copied. Drawn by Bimar Partridge.

146. Soldiers Receive Decorations Soldiers Receive Decorations Wars--World War I Maj. Gen. Hunter Liggett shaking hands with Sgt. J. Bushman, Company G, Ninth Infantry, whom he had decorated with the Medaille Militare and Croix de Guerre. He captured a machine gun nest at Soissons....

147. Canine Courier Canine Courier Wars--World War I A canine courier as a dispatch-bearer is three and a third times as efficient as a man.

148. American Docks American Docks Wars--World War I Cranes hoisting 1350 pounds of oats from United States transport. Bordeaux, France.

149. German Supply Base German Supply Base Wars--World War I A German supply base, showing many things essential to an army. near Cheppy, Meuse, France. Oct. 1918.

150. Hospital Train Hospital Train Wars--World War I Wounded men looking out the windows of the Hospital Train No. 59. First trainload of wounded soldiers to be sent back to the base hospital by an American division. Toul, France, May 13, 1918.

151. S. S. Sixaola S. S. Sixaola Wars--World War I S. S. Sixaola leaving for United States, with officers and enlisted men on board. Bordeaux, Gironde, France.

152. The Roche Looter The Roche Looter Wars--World War I The Roche looter, drawn by Harvey Dunn.

153. Wounded Wounded Wars--World War I Cartoon type drawing of a nurse and a patient. Caption copied.

154. Pinning D. S. C. Pinning D. S. C. Wars--World War I Brig. Gen. C. E. Kilbourne, pinning D. S. C. to Ninth Regiment Infantry colors. Bendorf, Germany. December 27, 1918.

155. German Prisoners German Prisoners Wars--World War I German prisoners under guard of Ninth Infantry, Second Division, passing through Laronville on way to division headquarters at St. Jacques. Sept. 12, 1918. Prisoners taken during great American drive on...

156. Ruined Church Ruined Church Wars--World War I Church ruined by shell fire, but Crucifix untouched. Lucy, France. Julty 21, 1918.

157. Graves of Soldiers Graves of Soldiers Wars--World War I Graves of three American soldiers who died fighting hand-to-hand battles for town of Vaux, France. Wrecked town of Vaux in the background.

158. The Ambulance Train The Ambulance Train Wars--World War I The Ambulance Train. Very.

159. American Barracks American Barracks Wars--World War I United States barracks at Bassens Dock, Bordeaux, France.

160. German Prisoners German Prisoners Wars--World War I German prisoners captured on night of July 1st, 1918, by Ninth and Twenty-third Regiments, United States Infantry, Second Division, Chateau Thierrey, France.
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