“We ate our army rations in the wind, looking …

“We
ate our army rations in the wind, looking at a picture very familiar to us before the front was finally reached. The
valley stretched far back until it went out of sight behind the hills which
formed the background for quaint Domremy, the little village whose name is
coupled with that other struggle of France for life and liberty.“

Early
1918, American ambulance drivers on their way to the front in
the Vosges, France. History of Section 647 – Photo: Early 1918, Meuse, France, American soldiers’s lunch break on the road.
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