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President Wilson and President Poincare of France

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

President Wilson and President Poincare of France

Left to Right: Marshal Joffre; President Poincare; King George; Marshal Foch; Field Marshal Haig. 8-12-1916

King George of England and Poincare of France. Beauquesne, France

Left to Right: General Joffre; Pres. Poincare; King George of England; Marshal Foch; Field Marshal Haig. Beauquesne, France

King and Queen of England; Prince of Whales; Sir Francis Bertie with Poincare on steps of officers club. Abbeville, France

Decorations - Presentations - By Foreign Governments - President Poincare of France decorating soldiers on the 3rd Anniversary of the battle of the Marne

Ceremonies - Liberation of Alsace (Strassbourg) - In Colmar, Alsace, President Poincare received a big reception from the grateful peasants. Three children of Colmar, a girl with the republican cap of France, a boy in the traditional dress of Uncle Sam, and an Alsatian girl deliver an address of welcome to the president

Decorations - Presentations - By Foreign Governments - President Poincare presenting baton to Marshal Foch

Ceremonies - Liberation of Alsace (Strassbourg) - Liberated Strassbourg. House on the Quai des Bateliers in Strassbourg. Posters of "Long live Wilson, Lloyd George, Clemenceau, Foch and Poincare: artistically decorated with lanterns and wreaths and flags, announce the final victory of the allies

Ceremonies - Liberations - Lorrain-Metz - First photos of American troops in Metz. The first photographs showing the American Army of occupation in the city of Metz, Alsace. The upper photo shows President Poincare, Premier Clemenceau and Marshal Petain reviewing the Yankee troops. In the lower photo, the French dip colors to the entente leaders. General Pershing is shown at the extreme left

Decorations - Presentations - By Foreign Governments - President Poincare decorating General Petain. President Poincare of France pinning the Military Medal on General Petain, Premier Georges Clemenceau is standing behind Poincare

THE ALLIED ATHLETIC MEET AT JOINVILLE LE PONT, JULY 4-6, 1919