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WW1 Trench Art souvenir - memory of "REIMS", dated April 1905

Trench Art souvenir - memory of "REIMS", dated April 1905

This is a "dough boy" from World War 1. This is a term for a member of the US Army.

The picture displayed above is of an American "Dough Boy" in World War I. A dough boy was just an informal name for an American soldier in the army. The name was used with members of the American Expeditionary Corps specifically in World War I.

scottish  highlanders  world war 2 | Found on xmarksthescot.com

I think we've found the male kilted version of the Hooligans, Cote Cooper !

1917 World War I Pilot

Aces High, Joseph Christian Leyendecker, 1917 (*I absolutely LOVE this Bomber Jacket!

The "Harlem Hellfighters" of the 369th Infantry faced discrimination from Americans, but fought valiantly alongside the French.

The all-black WWI regiment renowned for courage despite prejudice

The "Harlem Hellfighters" of the Infantry faced discrimination from Americans, but fought valiantly alongside the French.

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