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TREVERAY, FRANCE (MEUSE) WW1
I would like to thank Willy Perrier and his son for providing the pictures of TREVERAY, France (Meuse 55) Willy lives in VERDUN, France and is very interested in the History of WW1. Willy is originally from the village call TRICONVILLE, France (Meuse 55). Willy is doing research for the website in France and is a wonderful addition to the website.
American camp at Treveray, in the Meuse, a countryside kitchen was installed in one of the streets of the village to serve the troop.
American camp at Treveray in the Meuse. American soldiers having their meal.
The village of Treveray, in the Meuse, the military camp accommodates the American troops recently arrived in France. At the time of a free district in the village, these “Sammies” buy fresh products in order to improve their ordinary feed ration.
American camp at Treveray, in the Meuse 55 American soldiers target practicing with the semi automatic Colt 45 model 1911. Regarded as a revolutionary weapon in its time, the Colt 45 model 1911 constitutes an appreciated weapon of the combatants, which, because of its weight and of its power of stop, makes it possible the latter to feel safe.
In the village of Treveray when transformed into American military camp. The American soldiers carry out a catch of weapons in front of the church. 1917
The American camp at Treveray, in the Meuse, the barber shaves a soldier
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