Signal Corps Motion Pictures
Documenting the Activities of the
American North Russian Expeditionary Force
The Signal Corps
photographers shot about 50 minutes of 16 mm black and white
in North Russia during the period of September 1918 to June 1919. It was subsequently
edited into chronological order and archived at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
Here is a 24 second long series of clips from the Signal Corps footage:
The Signal Corp film
includes Medal Ceremonies at Verst 455 in February 1919 and at Obozerskaya later that spring .
A DVD or VHS tape of the entire 50 minutes of Signal Corps footage can be purchased from Traditions Military Videos.
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