WW1 Photos: The National Geographic Magazine - June 1918
Photographs and Other Images Sourced from The National Geographic Magazine Issue Dated June 1918. A part of a World War 1 Online Exhibit at the GG Archives.
Front Cover, The National Geographic Magazine, Volume XXXIII, Number 2, June 1918. Published by the National Geographic Society, Washington, DC. GGA Image ID # 183b40e2b5
America's Appeal to Patriots Was Not in Vain. “The Only Way to Stay the Onrush of Blood and Desolation Is to Prove Conclusively That the Prussian Masters of Germany Do Not Possess the Physical Might to Impose Their Will on the Human Race.” Photograph © Western Newspaper Union. GGA Image ID # 183b6fe5a4
Soldiers of America: Disciples of World Peace, of Humanity and Justice. "It Is Unbelievable That the Blood of Brave and Devoted Hearts, So Generously Poured Out on Land and Sea in the Cause of Liberty, Is Being Shed in Vain." Photograph © International Film Service. GGA Image ID # 183bd734af
President Wilson Marching at the Head of the Parade Held When the First Selectives in the War Against German Autocracy Were Called to the Colors. Up Pennsylvania Avenue the Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States of America Led the First Men to Be Called From Civilian Life to Take up Arms in Behalf of Their Own Land and of All Free Peoples Against Prussianism. Photograph by Leet Brothers. GGA Image ID # 183c4fe4e8
Unidentified World War 1 US Warship on Review. GGA Image ID # 183c7ae667