And for this Tuesday, I propose you this nice pic of a US Army band, ready to some (informal as far as I can see) concert in the little village of Tréveray (Meuse, France), around 1917-1918… En avant la musique !
And for this Sunday, a picture of two afro-american soldiers in a US Army camp near Tréveray, in Meuse (France) around 1917-1918. Because of segregation, colored people most of the times worked as cooks or dishwashers or in non-combat roles in US camps, just like these two men.
Bon appétit to my readers ! Today’s post has two different pictures, in order to show you the long way made between the chow given during the Great War to these Italian soldiers (by the way, the Italian term for chow is “ 71 more words