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British Machine Gunner traversing German communication trenches. Cambrai

Sappers constructing a communication trench during the Battle of Flanders. 5-7-1917

Evacuating the wounded from a communication trench during the Salonika Campaign

A communication trench at Arras, France. 1917

American Red Cross - Canteens - Kitchen scene in A.R.C., line of communication canteen at Is-sur-Tille, France

On the Roumanian front in the carpathian mountains. Relieving posts in communication trench on the way into position. March 1917

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - An important service. Red Cross Home Communication worker writing a letter for a wounded soldier

American Red Cross - Canteens - Scene in bath room of the A.R.C., Line of Communication Canteen at Dijon, France

American Red Cross - Canteens - Some smiling faces receiving lunch "A La Cafeteria" style at the American Red Cross line of communication Canteen

Western front. The Emperor on the way through a communication trench to a position. April 4, 1918

American Red Cross - Canteens - Scene at A.R.C. Canteen line of Communication Canteen at Dijon, France

American Red Cross - Canteens - Interior view of the American Red Cross line of communication canteen showing some causual soldiers resting up for the balance of their journey

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - James Johnson of Vicksburg, Miss., receivign sandwiches from Miss Wills, the Directrice of the American Red Cross Line of Communication Canten. Sept. 1918

American Red Cross - Canteens - American soldiers watching a comrade preparing hot chocolate in back of the A.R.C. Line of Communication Canteen at Neufchateau

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - American Red Cross Communication Service assists wounded soldiers in writing home. This wounded American soldier in a hospital in France is dictating a letter to a representative of the American Red Cross Communication Service

American Red Cross - Canteens - The Chief Cook and two of her Russian helpers in the A.R.C., line of communication canteen at Dijon, preparing lunch

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Keeping the American soldier in touch with home. The office of the Home Communication Department of the American Red Cross in Liverpool, which has charge of a large area in Central England, embracing several dozen American camps

American Red Cross - Canteens - Scene at the A.R.C. Line of Communication Canteen; France

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - A game of "FROG" engaged in by American soldiers in front of an American Red Cross line of communication canteen

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - Scene in the front of the A.R.C. line of communication Canteen at Dijon, France. In center of the group in the foreground is Miss Field, Directrice of the Dijon Canteen

Training course behind the front. Ommunications station in the field. Generating power for the communication system. At Sedan. May 1917

Ceremonies and Parades - American fighters receive communion in the trenches. First communion held by our fighting men "over there". This dug-out was located near a communication trench and was 60 feet below the ground level

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - A.R.C. Hospital Hut in France. Getting information for Home Communication Service in garden of A.R.C. recreation hut at Orleans, france. Miss Huldah Salter, A.R.C. Hospital Sercher, questioning group of soldiers about some of their comrades who are missing

American Red Cross - In the Zone of Advance - Activities - The Chief Cusinier in the Canteen shed at the American Red Cross line of communication Canteen at Dijon preparing luncheon for a host of expected arrivals

American Red Cross - Canteens - General view of American Red Cross line of communication canteen

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Officers. Major W.R. Castle, left, with Capt. H. Edenborough at the latter's headquarters at Grosvenor Gardens, London, England. Major Castle is director in Washington while Capt. Edneborough is Home Communication Officer for Great Britain

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Getting information for the Home Communication Service at the A.R.C. Recreation Hut at Orleans. Miss Saltzer questioning an American soldier about some of their comrades who are missing

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - One reason why the A.R.C. decided to open rest stations along the line of communication for the entertainment of the American soldier while waiting for trains, etc. Is-sur-Tille, France

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - "Thomas" the cookie king of the A.R.C. line of communication canteen at Is-sur-Tille, France, surrounded by a host of American admirers

Western front. The field railroad used for transportation and communication

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Scene in A.R.C. Bath house at A.R.C. line of communication Canteen, Dijon, France

American Red Cross - Groups - Miss Wills, her staff and French help in front of an American Red Cross Line of Communication Canteen

American Red Cross - N thru W - Miss Wills, Directrice of the American Red Cross line of communication Canteen, in her private office in the Canteen

Balloons - Equipment - Army Balloon School, Engineering Dept., Fort Omaha, Nebraska. Telephone Communication system (Aeroplane photograph)

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - "It's not the sandwich but the smile that goes with it" said the American soldier in front of A.R.C. lin eof communication canteen at Dijon. Miss Field, Directrice of the canteen I shown in the center of the photograph

American Red Cross - Canteens - French maids at the A.R.C., line of communication canteen at Dijon have no difficulty inding soldiers to help them with their work in the canteen

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