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Print No. 158867, April 8, 1919 (Bolshevik soldier, one of a number killed in an attempted flank attack on the positions held by allied troops on the Obozerskaya road at Verst 16, 339th Inf. 85th Div. Bolshie Ozerka Front, Russia.) from the United States Army Signal Corps photograph collection, 1918-1919 [Folder 7, Item 11]

By United States. Army. Signal Corps


2 continuous tone imagesPhotographs taken during the Polar Bear Expedition to northern Russia, and accumulated by several veterans; include scenes of American soldiers in camp and on patrol, of life in Archangel and in Russian villages, and of battlefields, fortifications, armored trains, ships, airplanes, burial rites, and graves

Topics: Airplanes., Death., Funeral rites and ceremonies., Military facilities., Military life., Packtrains., Railroads -- Soviet Union., Reindeer., Ships., War casualties., World War, 1914-1918., Soviet Union., Soviet Union -- History, Polar Bear Expedition.
Publisher: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
Year: 1918
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