St. Louis Globe-Democrat Photographs: General Subjects

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World War Cemetery
Photograph of a field of gravestones marking the graves of American casualties in World War I. There is a figure wearing a heavy coat and hat staring at the ground by a tree in one of the grave plots.
World War I Casualties
"A Few of the 37 Million/The world counted 37 million casualties, with nine million dead, when World War I ended in November, 1918, after 4 1/2 bloody years. Sparked by an assassination in the Balkans, it soon involved almost all the armies of Europe, and by spring, 1917, also the United States. Here, with the smoke of battle in the background, wounded are loaded into Red Cross ambulances on the British front."
Writer for The Associated Press
Picture of a writer for The Associated Press in 1921.
Y.M.C.A. France
Photograph of a busy YMCA facility in France, being visited by the citizens of Saint-Louis, France during World War I.
Youth of France
In this photo is a large crowd of young men and a headline reading "Youths of France Rally to Her Call!/Mere youths, the French class of '17 enthusiastically departs from Paris to take its place on the fighting lines." Many of the men are smiling or holding up signs.

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