25 Men Died to Film these War Movies!
ONE hundred motion picture cameramen, officially assigned by the imperial German government of the ex-kaiser to film German troops in action during the great war, were required to take the remarkable war scenes now being shown in theaters throughout the country under the title, “Behind the German Lines.”
TELESCOPES FOR SHARPSHOOTERS
When Uncle Sam Was Right, and Europe Was All Wrong
By EDWARD C. CROSSMAN
AMONG the thousand and one things for which the Allies are “enclosing you check and order,” to American makers — — are all the telescope rifle sights of our army type the makers thereof can turn out. And in this lies one of the biggest triumphs for the Ordnance Department of our army, after seven years of ill-concealed snickers on the part of European military authorities.
That’s kind of interesting. It’s manual time-stamping and tagging for photos.
The Day of His Going
In a million homes, pictures are keeping the story of the war as it touches those homes. John in his first khaki as he proudly marched away, and John, tanned and hardened, as he looked when home on leave.
More than ever the Kodak Album is keeping the home story. To-day that story means history, and more than ever it is important that it be authentic history—that every negative bear a date.
AMONG THE RUSSIANS
A Russian Woman Soldier
The girl in uniform to the right fought in several engagements before being detected and sent home.
A Weapon Used Against Russia
The Austrians found the armored train shown herewith extremely effective in the recent Galician campaign.