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Expeditionary Force Collection

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Pershing decorating Americans, Feb 1919. Creator: Bain News Service

Pershing decorating Americans, Feb 1919. Creator: Bain News Service
Pershing decorating Americans, Feb 1919 (date created or published later). United States General John J. Pershing (1860-1948), head of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Gen. Semenoff & Gen. Graves, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service

Gen. Semenoff & Gen. Graves, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service
Gen. Semenoff & Gen. Graves, between c1915 and c1920. General Semenoff, commander in chief of the Allied Forces in Siberia (left), and Major Gen. William S

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Gen. Pershing, 7 Sept 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Gen. Pershing, 7 Sept 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Gen. Pershing, 7 Sept 1918. General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing (1860-1948), who served as head of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I.

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Decorated American generals, 14 Jan 1919. Creator: Bain News Service

Decorated American generals, 14 Jan 1919. Creator: Bain News Service
Decorated American generals, 14 Jan 1919. American Expeditionary Force generals in France, photographed immediately after they had been named by Marshal Petain as commanders in the French Legion of

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: U.S. troops at landing port, France, 3 Nov 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

U.S. troops at landing port, France, 3 Nov 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
U.S. troops at landing port, France, 3 Nov 1917. The debarkation of the Rainbow Division of U.S. troops at St. Nazaire, France on Nov. 3, 1917 during World War I

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: U.S. troops in London, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service

U.S. troops in London, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service
U.S. troops in London, between c1915 and c1920. American soldiers in London during World War I. The Victoria Memorial near Buckingham Palace is in the background

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Captain Adams addresses recruits, July 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Captain Adams addresses recruits, July 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Captain Adams addresses recruits, July 1917. Captain Charles Albert Adams (1846-1929), a U.S. naval officer who served as the commander of the U.S.S

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Colonel Guthrie on U.S.S. Recruit, July 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Colonel Guthrie on U.S.S. Recruit, July 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Colonel Guthrie on U.S.S. Recruit, July 1917. Colonel Percy Albert Guthrie (1884-1948), leader of the 236th Canadian Infantry (the Maclean Highlanders), speaking on the U.S.S

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: General Pershing, Gen. Pelletier, Gen. Dumas, Rene Besnard, 13 Jun 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

General Pershing, Gen. Pelletier, Gen. Dumas, Rene Besnard, 13 Jun 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
General Pershing, Gen. Pelletier, Gen. Dumas, Rene Besnard, 13 Jun 1917. The welcome of General John J. Pershing and his army at Boulogne, France on June 13, 1917

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Captain Adams receiving 'Kilties' on U.S.S. Recruit, July 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Captain Adams receiving "Kilties" on U.S.S. Recruit, July 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Captain Adams receiving "Kilties" on U.S.S. Recruit, July 1917. Captain Charles Albert Adams (1846-1929) a U.S. naval officer who served as the commander of the USS Recruit

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Joffre, Sharp, Pershing, Paris, July 4, 1917, 4 Jul 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Joffre, Sharp, Pershing, Paris, July 4, 1917, 4 Jul 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Joffre, Sharp, Pershing, Paris, July 4, 1917, 4 Jul 1917 (date created or published later). French general Joseph Jacques CeĀ“saire Joffre (1852-1931), U.S

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: K. Roosevelt in London, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

K. Roosevelt in London, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
K. Roosevelt in London, 1917 or 1918. Kermit Roosevelt (1889-1943), a son of President Theodore Roosevelt, who served as an officer in World war I

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Gunner McPhail, 107th Co. (Canadians), who escaped from Germans, between 1914 and c1915

Gunner McPhail, 107th Co. (Canadians), who escaped from Germans, between 1914 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Gunner McPhail, 107th Co. (Canadians), who escaped from Germans, between 1914 and c1915. Soldier at a Canadian base hospital in the Hotel du Golf, Le Touquet, France during World War I

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Camping of the expeditionary army in Siberia, c1919. Creator: Unknown

Camping of the expeditionary army in Siberia, c1919. Creator: Unknown
Camping of the expeditionary army in Siberia, c1919

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: U.S. Red Cross in England, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service

U.S. Red Cross in England, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service
U.S. Red Cross in England, between c1915 and c1920. American Red Cross staff with automobiles in front of building in England during World War I

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: First Aid at Front in France to U.S. soldiers, 1918 or 1919. Creator: Bain News Service

First Aid at Front in France to U.S. soldiers, 1918 or 1919. Creator: Bain News Service
First Aid at Front in France to U.S. soldiers, 1918 or 1919. A doctor with an injured American soldier behind the lines in France, during World War I

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: U.S. troops in France, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

U.S. troops in France, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
U.S. troops in France, 1917 or 1918. U.S. Marines being welcomed at a train station in Samur, France

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Col. Williams, Commanding Valcartier Camp, Canada, between c1914 and c1915

Col. Williams, Commanding Valcartier Camp, Canada, between c1914 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Col. Williams, Commanding Valcartier Camp, Canada, between c1914 and c1915. Colonel Victor Williams with Canadian soldiers in automobile at Canadian Forces Base Valcartier

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: Lt. Col. Percy A. Guthrie, 236 Battalion, Canada, The Maclean Kilties of America, 1917

Lt. Col. Percy A. Guthrie, 236 Battalion, Canada, The Maclean Kilties of America, 1917. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Lt
Lt. Col. Percy A. Guthrie, 236th Battalion, Canada, The Maclean Kilties of America, 1917. Lieutenant-Colonel Percy Albert Guthrie, Canadian barrister and soldier

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The Pioneer Corps of the British South Africa Co's Forces on their way to Mashonaland; Crossing th

The Pioneer Corps of the British South Africa Co's Forces on their way to Mashonaland; Crossing th Creator: Unknown
The Pioneer Corps of the British South Africa Co's Forces on their way to Mashonaland; Crossing the Big Drift on the Lundi River on the road to Mashonaland, 1890. From "The Graphic

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The Pioneer Corps of the British South Africa Co's Forces on their way to Mashonaland; The Camp

The Pioneer Corps of the British South Africa Co's Forces on their way to Mashonaland; The Camp on Creator: Unknown
The Pioneer Corps of the British South Africa Co's Forces on their way to Mashonaland; The Camp on the Lundi River -- A scene after the day's march, 1890. From "The Graphic

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The Pioneer Corps of the British South Africa Co's Forces on their way to Mashonaland; Ancient Rui

The Pioneer Corps of the British South Africa Co's Forces on their way to Mashonaland; Ancient Rui Creator: Unknown
The Pioneer Corps of the British South Africa Co's Forces on their way to Mashonaland; Ancient Ruins discovered at Zinbabye supposed to be the Residence of the Queen of Sheba, 1890

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force; The Rajah Lienpunga making his Submission, 1890

With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force; The Rajah Lienpunga making his Submission, 1890. Creator: Unknown
With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force; The Rajah Lienpunga making his Submission, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 41. January to June, 1890

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force; A Mule Convoy crossing the Loung-Gut-Choung Stream

With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force; A Mule Convoy crossing the Loung-Gut-Choung Stream, 189 Creator: Unknown
With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force; A Mule Convoy crossing the Loung-Gut-Choung Stream, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 41. January to June, 1890

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force; The Bazaar at Demagiri, 1890. Creator: Unknown

With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force; The Bazaar at Demagiri, 1890. Creator: Unknown
With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force; The Bazaar at Demagiri, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 41. January to June, 1890

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The Graphic, Front Cover Saturday, October 25, 1890, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Graphic, Front Cover Saturday, October 25, 1890, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Graphic, Front Cover Saturday, October 25, 1890, 1890.From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The Pioneer Corps of the British South African Company on the way to Mashonaland; A common occurre

The Pioneer Corps of the British South African Company on the way to Mashonaland; A common occurre Creator: Unknown
The Pioneer Corps of the British South African Company on the way to Mashonaland; A common occurrence on the road, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The Pioneer Corps of the British South African Company on the way to Mashonaland; An Interview wit

The Pioneer Corps of the British South African Company on the way to Mashonaland; An Interview wit Creator: Unknown
The Pioneer Corps of the British South African Company on the way to Mashonaland; An Interview with the Matabele, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The Pioneer Corps of the British South African Company on the way to Mashonaland; A Laager of

The Pioneer Corps of the British South African Company on the way to Mashonaland; A Laager of the Creator: Unknown
The Pioneer Corps of the British South African Company on the way to Mashonaland; A Laager of the Expeditionary Force showing portable Engines for the Electric Search Light, 1890

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The 48th French Regiment of the Line embarking on board 'The St. Vincent' English ship... 1854

The 48th French Regiment of the Line embarking on board "The St. Vincent" English ship... 1854
The 48th French Regiment of the Line embarking on board "The St. Vincent" English ship, at Calais, 1854. Northern France

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: New Zealand soldiers with captured German flag, First World War, 1914, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

New Zealand soldiers with captured German flag, First World War, 1914, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
New Zealand soldiers with captured German flag, First World War, 1914, (c1920). New Zealands War Trophy: Members of the Expeditionary Force with the German flag which they hauled down in Samoa

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The British attacking French Lines with Bayonets in the Battle of Maida, (1806), 1816

The British attacking French Lines with Bayonets in the Battle of Maida, (1806), 1816
The British attacking the French Line with the Bayonet in the Battle of Maida, (1806), 1816. John Stuart led British expeditionary forces against French soldiers under Jean Reynier at the Battle of

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force, Burma Column; The Sixth Company of the Queen s... 1890

With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force, Burma Column; The Sixth Company of the Queen s... 1890. Creator: Unknown
With the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force, Burma Column; The Sixth Company of the Queens Own Sappers and Miners, crossing the Yaw River, near Pouk Road, 1890

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: General Pershing and Lieutenant General Pitcairn Campbell, First World War, 8 June 1917, (c1920)

General Pershing and Lieutenant General Pitcairn Campbell, First World War, 8 June 1917, (c1920). Commander-in-Chief of the American Expeditionary Force: Major-General J. G

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: They Broke and Fled in the Direction of Maida, 1902. Artist: Gordon Frederick Browne

They Broke and Fled in the Direction of Maida, 1902. Artist: Gordon Frederick Browne
They Broke and Fled in the Direction of Maida, 1902. The Battle of Maida in Italy ( 4 July 1806), during the Napoleonic Wars. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. II

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: He Led Our Liberating Armies to Victory, 1945

He Led Our Liberating Armies to Victory, 1945
He Led Our Liberating Armies to Victory, 1942. Dwight David Ike Eisenhower (1890-1969), Supreme Allied Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force during World War II

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: The Dardanelles Expeditionary Force sets out: A transport loading up at Alexandria, 1915

The Dardanelles Expeditionary Force sets out: A transport loading up at Alexandria, 1915. The naval operations in the Dardanelles Campaign of the First World War were mainly carried out by the Royal

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: British troops hold out in Louvain as refugees leave the city, 1940, (1940)

British troops hold out in Louvain as refugees leave the city, 1940, (1940). 15th May 1940, British Expeditionary Forces evacuated Louvain, Belgium. British Official Photograph

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: British engineers with the Expeditionary Force making hand grenades out of tobacco tins, c1914

British engineers with the Expeditionary Force making hand grenades out of tobacco tins, c1914. From The Manchester Guardian: History of the War, Vol. II.-1914-15. 1915

Background imageExpeditionary Force Collection: History of the Zouaves in Africa, in the Crimea and in Italy, (19th century)

History of the Zouaves in Africa, in the Crimea and in Italy, (19th century). In the summer of 1830 a number of Zouaoua tendered their services to the French colonial army


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