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File:Aerial view of ruins of Vaux, France, 1918, ca. 03-1918 - ca. 11-1918 - NARA - 512862.tif


Title Aerial view of ruins of Vaux, France, 1918, ca. 03/1918 - ca. 11/1918
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Author Edward Steichen, 1879-1973, Photographer ( NARA record: 1444144)
Record creator War Department. Army Air Forces. (06/20/1941 - 09/26/1947)
Date ca. 03/1918 - ca. 11/1918
Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S)
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NARA Logo created 2010.svg This media is available in the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration, cataloged under the ARC Identifier (National Archives Identifier) 512862.

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  • Record group: Record Group 18: Records of the Army Air Forces, ca. 1902 - 1964 ( ARC identifier: 347)
  • Series: Photographs made by the Photographic Section, Air Service, AEF, in France and Germany, compiled ca. 03/1918 - ca. 11/1918 ( ARC identifier: 512856)
  • NAIL Control Number: NWDNS-18-E-5114
  • 18-E-5114
Source U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
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