My Eleventh post of Signal Corps Photographers in World War One.
This group has picture of a photographers being transferred to Berlin after the armistice. One of the activates of the SC was creation of entertainment movies of soldiers in France.
After the armistice an American Expeditionary Force was sent to Northern Russia in response to the Revolution. A couple of SC photographers pose in front of the Monastery Church of Archangel.
During the war SC photographers where trained at Columbia University in New York. Part of their training was conducted in mock ups of trenches - in what looks like Central Park.
Motion Picture men at work creating a movie in France and filming, from a fire escape, a returning soldiers and marines in Washington, DC.
The final portrait is of Edward J. Steichen while a member of the Signal Corps in World War 1. In the second world war he served in the Navy leading Combat Photographers in the Pacific. (I have found several pictures of him in WW2 and will include them in the new blog.)
[Work is almost complete on my new BLOG of Navy and Marine Corps Photographers. This blog will include images from approximately 1912 - 2007. I’ll include a link to the new blog as soon as it is UP]