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Home Front In World War One. Poster display at Fort Caspar, Casper, Wyoming
A World War One Imperial Russian poster showing France, Russia and the United Kingdom, in that order, as three glamorous women.
All three men were serving in the 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Division, which had been rotated to the front for experience. The unit was the subject of a Bavarian trench raid which pitted a larger Bavarian force against the American one. In addition to the three men killed, twelve men were taken by the Germans as prisoners.
The men who lost their lives that day were:
Thomas Enright, Pennsylvania. Private. A professional soldier who had served in the cavalry and infantry with a brief break since 1909.
James Bethel Gresham. Indiana. Corporal He had been in the Army since 1914.
Merle David Hay. Iowa. Private. He had enlisted in the Army in May, 1917.
The Second Liberty Loan was in full swing a century ago.
Game Two of the 1917 World Series was played on this day in 1917: The result was: the New York Giants 2 and the Chicago White Sox 7. That put the Sox up two as they'd won the day prior 2 to 1.
Russian Civil War era poster. This is a pro "White" forces poster, with the red dragon representing the Red Army.
1917 Flag Day Poster noting the 140th anniversary of the adoption of the Stars & Stripes.