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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.

2 comments:

  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."

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    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.

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