WORLD WAR I
US Marines marching through the Arch de Triumph

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Description Gelatin print of US Marines marching through the Arch de Triumph.
Year Range from 1919
Event World War I
Year range to 1919
Notes Outdoor view of US Marines marching through the Arch de Triumph. The arch is visible and companies of Marines are marching through the arch while spectators observe. The Marines are wearing painted 2nd Division insignia on their helmets and 2nd Division patches on their sleeves. Many are also wearing ribbon bars and sharpshooting medals on their left breasts. The parade occurred on July 14, 1919.
Object ID P2000.34.103
Object Name Print, Photographic
Place Paris, France
Print size 2 3/4" x 4 1/4"
Subjects World War I
Soldiers
Parades & processions
Monuments
Monuments & memorials
United States Marine Corps
Title US Marines marching through the Arch de Triumph
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