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- Related period
- First World War (production), First World War (content)
- United States Army General Staff, Historical Branch, War Plans Division (Production sponsor)
US Signal Corps (Production company)
- Production date
- Place made
- United States of America
whole: Number Of Items/reels/tapes 1
- Catalogue number
- IWM 501-1
Associated people and organisations
- Prince, W B
- Goldstein, M J
- Payne, H B
- Kingman, R W
- McMahon, John
- Devereaux, L E
- Trott, C A
- Pershing, John Joseph
- Hines, J L
- United States Army & American Expeditionary Force
- United States Army & Corps 2
- United States Army & Div 5
- United States Army & Corps 3
- United States Army & Div 78 & Field Artillery Regt 307, F Bty
- United States Army & Div 79 & Engineer Regt 304
- buildings, French - commercial: railway station
- prisoners of war, German - custody
- prisoners of war, German - movement
- buildings, United States - military: headquarters (II Corps)
- buildings, French - religious: cathedral & [damaged]
- buildings, United States - military: headquarters (5th Division)
- strategy, United States
- training, United States military - specialist: signals
- communications, United States military - direct
- destruction, French military - area: artillery bombardment
- demolition, United States - safety