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WW1 Photos: The Story of the Great War, Volume 14 - 1919

Photographs and Other Images Sourced from the Book,The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1922. A part of the World War 1 Online Exhibit at the GG Archives.

Front Cover With Added Title, The Story of the Great War: Great German Offensive, Americans in Picardy, Americans on the Marne, Foch's Counteroffensive, Volume 14, 1919.

Front Cover With Added Title, The Story of the Great War: Great German Offensive, Americans in Picardy, Americans on the Marne, Foch's Counteroffensive, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192dbb312d

An Affectively Camouflaged American Artillery Position on the Front near the Saint Mihiel Salient in the Spring of 1918.

An Affectively Camouflaged American Artillery Position on the Front near the Saint Mihiel Salient in the Spring of 1918. Some of the Men Wear Trench Boots instead of Shoes and Puttees, and Helmets Are Mingled with Overseas Caps. Photograph © French Pictorial Service. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192d57c503

American Soldiers in a Picturesque Village in the Vosges.

American Soldiers in a Picturesque Village in the Vosges. The American Line Extends into Alsace-Lorraine, and These Soldiers Are on Soil Held by Germany before the War. It May Fall to America to Rescue the Lost Provinces of France. Photograph © French Pictorial Service. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192dc65497

American Soldiers Marching in Paris on July 14, 1917, Bastille Day.

American Soldiers Marching in Paris on July 14, 1917, Bastille Day. The Americans Were Especially Greeted, for the Citizens of Paris Appreciated the Dramatic Part the Marines and Infantry from the United States Had Taken in the Battles That Checked the German Advance toward the Capital. Photograph © Press Illustrating Service. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192ddd74bd

American Soldiers on Their Way to Storm Cantigny, on the Picardy Front.

American Soldiers on Their Way to Storm Cantigny, on the Picardy Front. French Tanks aided them. The Attack, Which Took Place on May 21, 1918, Was Entirely Successful. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192dfbef4d

Another Photograph from the Second Battle of the Marne.

Another Photograph from the Second Battle of the Marne. These American Soldiers, with Gas Masks Already Donned, Are Going up to Front-line Positions. the Masks Are of the Kind Adopted for American Troops. Photograph © French Pictorial Service. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192e11b713

American Reserves Waiting along a Road That Rus beside the Marne.

American Reserves Waiting along a Road That Rus beside the Marne. These Men Took Part in the Successful Engagements That Took Place in the Chateau-Thierry Sector of the Second Battle of the Marne, June and July 1918. French Official Photo. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192e2d7959

The Ruins of the Village of Bellona, between Chateau-Thierry and Soissons.

The Ruins of the Village of Belleau, between Chateau-Thierry and Soissons. the Americans Cleared the Belleau Wood from German Troops, and the Courteous French Changed the Name from “Bois de Belleau" to "Bois des Américains." French Official Photo. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192e4da8dd

A Remarkable Group of British and French Leaders Photographed on the British Front in 1918.

A Remarkable Group of British and French Leaders Photographed on the British Front in 1918. King George Is in the Center. To the Left of King George Are Marshal Foch, General Debeney, and General Rawlinson. At the Right of King George Are Field Marshal Haig, General Pétain, and General Fayolle. British Official Photo. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192e5a9270

Here Are Two Italian Aeroplanes.

Here Are Two Italian Aeroplanes. The One at the Left is a Huge Caproni Triplane, Capable of Carrying a Hoary Load for a Bombing Expedition. At the Right is a Tiny Monoplane, Which Must Be Operated at Extremely High Speed—One of the Many Types of Fighting Planes Used by the Allies. Photograph © Underwood & Underwood. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192e65e886

On April 23, 1918, the British Cruiser “vindictive" Defended the Operation of Sinking of Two Old Cruisers Filled With Cement to Block the Submarine Base at Zeebrugge.

On April 23, 1918, the British Cruiser “vindictive" Defended the Operation of Sinking of Two Old Cruisers Filled With Cement to Block the Submarine Base at Zeebrugge. On May 10, the Battered “vindictive" Herself Was Sunk to Close the Base at Ostend. Photograph © Central News Service. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192e6a1db8

The Story of the Great War: Great German Offensive, Americans in Picardy, Americans on the Marne, Foch's Counteroffensive, New York: P. F. Collier & Son, Volume XIV, 1919.

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