WW I move of 77th Division of New York draftees, was not so secret in April 1918
180806-A-ZZ999-005.JPG Photo By: U.S. Army Signal Corps via National Archive

France - Soldiers of the 77th Division's Company G, 2nd Battalion, 308th Infantry Regiment watch Britsh Army Sgt. Stevens show them the proper way to attack an enemy with their bayonet during training on May 8, 1918, in this still from the video "Training with the British Army in Picardy, May 1918" found on the National Archives website. The Soldiers of the 77th Division, who were mostly draftees from New York City, were one of five American divisions to be trained by the British Army in World War I. ( Photo by U.S. Army Signal Corps via National Archieves)


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