Tuesday, January 28, 2020

World War I Signal Corps Photos Courtesy of Larry K.

My friend and collaborator Larry K., a resident of Hawaii like me, researched and shared today's World War I photos of American soldiers.  Thanks!  These men have been given their clothes after "sterilizing" at the 166th Field Hospital in Indian Village, France on May 14, 1918.


  1. Outstanding series today. I really appreciate Larry's contributions to this blog. For those of us who served in the military, these photos are very meaningful. I'm sure some of these fellows are thinking what I often thought. That the military's motto ought to be "Hurry Up And Wait."

    1. Larry is very generous and a great researcher! I do get quite a few notes agreeing with your opinion on the military photos, btw.