The 34th Infantry Division disembarks in Northern Ireland, the first U.S. soldiers of the American?
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NORTH IRELAND: Ulster:
ABERCORN, Duke of Greets Major General Hartle (American) when American troops embark in N. Ireland
AMERICAN - MILITARY. More troops disembarking in N. Ireland..marching.. eating & drinking..Mjr. Gen. Hartle (American) greeted by Duke of Abercorn & others
ANDREWS. J.M. W. Duke of Abercorn & other representatives, greets Mjr. Gen. Hartle in N. Ireland when U.S. troops arrive
CHANEY/ Mjr. General (Air Corps)? W. American troops in N. Ireland..standing at bottom of gangway in shed when troops embark
GREIG, Sir Louis. W. Duke of Abercorn greets Mjr. Gen. Hartle (U.S.) when American troops embark in N. Ireland
HARTLE, Major General (American). W.American troops in N.Ireland..greeted by Duke of Abercorn
IRELAND More American troops arrive..ship docks..marching eating & drinking..Mjr.Gen.Hartle greeted by Duke of Abercorn,Sir A.Sinclair, etc.
SINCLAIR. Sir Archibald. W. Duke of Abercorn greets Mjr. Gen. Hartle (U.S.) when U.S. troops arrive in N. Ireland
TROOPSHIP American troops disembark in N.Ireland
Military - Active; United States of America
troopship, old-fashioned doughboy M1918 helmet, Allies, Allied, infantrymen
Background: The 34th Infantry Division disembarks in Northern Ireland, the first U.S. soldiers of the American Expeditionary Force to arrive in Europe following the declaration of war