The Front Lines of World War I

These are just some of Belle McKee’s many photographs taken in 1918 while she was a volunteer ambulance driver for the American Red Cross in France. Find out more about Andrea’s mother’s eye-witness account of the front lines in “More Than Tongue Can Tell.” Available now on Amazon.com!

Belle McKee's photographs of World War I in France, 1918. A ravaged windmill on the front lines.

Belle McKee’s photographs of World War I in France, 1918. A ravaged windmill on the front lines.

 

Belle McKee's photographs of World War I in France, 1918. Belle, Guy Meyer, and Winifred White, who entertained the troops on the front lines as "Wee, Gee, and Bee."

Belle McKee’s photographs of World War I in France, 1918. Belle, Guy Meyer, and Winifred White, who entertained the troops on the front lines as “Wee, Gee, and Bee.”

 

Belle McKee's photographs of World War I in France, 1918. A Red Cross hospital tent among the ruins.

Belle McKee’s photographs of World War I in France, 1918. A Red Cross hospital tent among the ruins.

 

Belle McKee's photographs of World War I in France, 1918. The ruins of a village on the front lines.

Belle McKee’s photographs of World War I in France, 1918. The ruins of a village on the front lines.

 

Belle McKee's photographs of World War I in France, 1918. Front-line casualties.

Belle McKee’s photographs of World War I in France, 1918. Front-line casualties.

 

 


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