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    Rainbow Division Soldiers Help End WWI during Meuse-Argonne Offensive [Image 1 of 7]

    Rainbow Division Soldiers Help End WWI during Meuse-Argonne Offensive

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY, UNITED STATES

    10.01.2018

    Courtesy Photo

    New York National Guard

    National Guard Soldiers of the 166th Infantry (formerly the 4th Regiment, Ohio National Guard) move forward with weapons at the ready during an attack in the autumn of 1918. The 166th Infantry fought as part of the 42nd “Rainbow” Division during St. Mihiel in September and Meuse-Argonne in October, part of the American Expeditionary Force 100 days offensive that brought an end to World War I. Photo courtesy of the New York State Military History Museum.

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    Date Taken: 10.01.2018
    Date Posted: 10.05.2018 13:24
    Photo ID: 4791908
    VIRIN: 181001-Z-A3538-0001
    Resolution: 1519x1089
    Size: 1.24 MB
    Location: SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY, US 

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