In 1918, “Wild West Division” troops leave a French village where they had been billeted before head
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The 91st ‘Wild West’ Division in World War l

In 1918, “Wild West Division” troops leave a French village where they had been billeted before head

1918: U.S. Army 91st Division troops leave unknown French Village where they had been billetted before heading to the front during the Arnonne-Meuse offensive.

 (Harry A. Williams / Los Angeles Times)
Members of the 91st Infrantry Division
1918: Members of the U.S. Army 91st Division during a respite in the Argonne-Meuse offense near Very, France. Shells were falling constantly and German aircraft flying low overhead.  (Harry A. Williams / Los Angeles Times)
Members of the 91st Infrantry Division
1918: Members of the 91st Infrantry Division, the Wild West Division, in early morning mess back near Verdun after 12 days of fighting in the Argonne_Meuse offensive. (Harry A. Williams / Los Angeles Times)
Members of the 91st Infrantry Division
1918: Members of the 91st Infrantry Division take advantage of community washing troughs in village near Bar-le-Duc France.  (Harry A. Williams / Los Angeles Times)
Members of the 91st Infrantry Division
1918: California soldiers with the U.S. Army 91st Division in captured German dugout in Very, France during the Argonne-Meuse offense. Shortly after this photo was taken two men were killed nearby by shell fire. This photo was published in the Sep. 25, 1921 Los Angeles Times accompanying a story on the 91st Division reunion in Los Angeles.  (Harry A. Williams / Harry A. Williams)
Members of the 91st Infrantry Division
1918: Soldiers with the U.S. Army 91st Infrantry Division advance to their positions in the line for the Argonne-Meuse Offensive. This photo was published in the Sep.25, 1921 Los Angeles Times accompanying a story on a reunion of the division. (Harry A. Williams / Los Angeles Times)
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