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The Meuse Argonne


Description and diagram of the foot bridges over the Meuse River
"Report of Operations" written by Col. William A. Mitchell on Nov. 15, 1918.
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Field Hospital No. 111, at Les Islettes, Oct. 5, 1918 Field Hospital No. 111, at Les Islettes, Oct. 5, 1918
Letanne-Beaumont train station These photographs were taken near where the well known 'Crossing of the Meuse' took place on the night of November 10th, 1918.
German Bridge across The Meuse - Taken 11, Nov. '18 German Bridge across The Meuse at Mouzon - Taken 11, Nov. '18 by 2nd Engineers
Floating Wagon Bridge on the Meuse Southeast of Villemontry. Floating Wagon Bridge on the Meuse Southeast of Villemontry. Taken November 15, 1918.
Stenay, France 11-12-1918 Meuse River bridges built by American Engineers — Stenay, France on 11-12-1918.
Stenay is just a few short miles from where the 2nd Division action took place on November 10 and 11.
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Beaumont, France 1918 Bridge at Beaumont Destroyed by the Germans
Taken 6, Nov. '18
Floating Foot Bridge across the Meuse Southeast of Villemontry. Floating Foot Bridge across the Meuse Southeast of Villemontry.
Taken November 15, 1918.
The dark spot on the right is where light got to the negative before it was developed. Another shot taken from a distance it doesn’t show the details of the bridge’s construction. Notice the mud still in place. The 2nd Division began the march to the Rhine just two days after this was taken.
Villemontry and the Meuse River 1918 This photo was taken in 2008 from the same location.
 
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