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8 rarely seen photos from World War I

“The Great War” was named for its size, not the experience of fighting it. Troops lived and slept in the mud and rubble, they fought through heavy machine gun fire and poison gas to roll back Imperial Germany’s occupation of France. About 2.8 million American men and women would serve overseas before the war ended. Here’s a quick peek at what life was like for them:


8 rarely seen photos from World War I

(U.S. Army Heritage Education Center)

8 rarely seen photos from World War I

(U.S. Army Heritage Education Center)

8 rarely seen photos from World War I

(U.S. Army Heritage Education Center)

8 rarely seen photos from World War I

(U.S. Army Heritage Education Center)

8 rarely seen photos from World War I

(U.S. Army Heritage Education Center)

8 rarely seen photos from World War I

(U.S. Army Heritage Education Center)

8 rarely seen photos from World War I

(U.S. Army Heritage Education Center)

8 rarely seen photos from World War I

(U.S. Army Heritage Education Center)

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