America in World War I: The Germans left this trench near Consonvoye so hurriedly that 33d Division men, hot on their trail, found beer, cigars and bread in the dugouts
|Caption||The Germans left this trench near Consonvoye so hurriedly that 33d Division men, hot on their trail, found beer, cigars and bread in the dugouts. An informal "Kommers" was held by the Yanks during a pause in the fighting. Lieutenant Karl Rheinfrank in foreground with loaf of bread in his lap. The information is that the beverage graded considerably more than 2.75. Illustration for US Official Pictures of the World War, showing America's Participation, selected from the official files of the War Department by William E Moore and James C Russell (Pictoria Bureau, 1920). Gravure printed.|
|Artist||American Photographer (20th Century)|
|Artwork medium||black and white photograph|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|World War I WW1 WWI First World War 1st World War Great War America American involvement military USA United States Of America Germans left trench Consonvoye hurriedly 33d Division men hot trail found beer cigars dugouts informal Kommers Yanks pause fighting Lieutenant Karl Rheinfrank loaf bread lap information beverage graded|
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