1. Members of the 2nd Battalion, 167th Infantry Regiment, rest on and under an iron shelter near Neuville, France, on May 10, 1918.
2. 132nd Infantry soldiers, pieced together from two Illinois National Guard regiments, drink captured beer and smoke captured cigars after driving the enemy troops out of Forgas, France, on Oct. 4, 1918.
3. U.S. machine gunners firing machine gun across the fields of Villers-Tournell, France, on May 20, 1918.
4. U.S. scouts with 1st Battalion, 137th Infantry, play cards in the trenches in Germany.
5. A barber with an infantry company shaves the face of a soldier near the front lines of World War I combat.
6. Battery A of the 108th Field Artillery fires toward Chatel Chehery, Ardennes, while under fire from German gas shells at Varennes-en-Argonne, France, on Oct. 3, 1918.
7. American Expeditionary Force soldiers pose in their gas masks in the Lorraine sector in France.
8. Cpl. Erland Johnson of Company L, 58th Infantry Regiment, sits in a frontline trench in a forest near the Meuse River, France, on Oct. 2, 1918.