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The Pope's Rear Guard or the Fright of the Reverend Father Corporal (Arrière garde du pape, ou la frayeur du reverend pere caporal)

Corporal Trim reading the sermon upon Conscience [Frontispiece]

Stuckknecht, 1774; Kanonier Corporal, 1770.

The siege of Namur by Captn. Shandy & Corporal Trim. Tris: Shan. / H.W. Bunbury, del., 1772 ; J. Bretherton, f.

The Corporal in Good Quarters

The Corporal in Good Quarters

Corporal vom Fuhrwesen-Corps, Artillerie-Bespannung, en parade

Corporal

Corporal (?)

A Woman Distributing Bread from a Basket: Study for "Feed the Hungry," in the Chapel of the Seven Corporal Works of Mercy (Les Oeuvres de Miséricorde), Church of Saint-Eustache, Paris

Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Md., 1861, occupied by the 3rd Battalion of Rifles, M.V.M. / from a drawing by Corporal E.S. Lloyd, of Dodd's Carvers.

Corporal Hiram Warner, Company C, Second United States Sharp Shooters

[Civil War envelope showing Corporal Francis Brownell killing James Jackson after he murdered Colonel Elmer Ellsworth with message from Brownell, "Father--Col. Ellsworth was shot this morning. I killed his murderer. Frank"]

[Grave of Corporal James Bryant of Co. E, 1st New York Light Artillery Battery, who was killed by lightning in Mechanicsville, Virginia]

[Brothers Private Thomas D. Hilliard and Corporal John Hilliard of Co. C, 12th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, in uniform with Bowie knives]

Corporal Israel Spotts, Company G, 200th Pennsylvania Volunteers

Corporal First Beloch Regt, Rind Beloch, Boonnee Mussulman, Sind.

Soldiering in the Southwest--the rescue of Corporal Scott / Remington.

Corporal, Carabinier Regiment, 1897

The little Corporal new comic opera by Harry B. Smith and Ludwig Englander.

Corporal Tanner

Curragh Camp Fire Brigade

Slowly, but accurately proceeded Corporal Legre

Corporal of the New Zealand infantry in full pack

Corporal Biffen of the Honourable Artillery Company bringing in a German Granatenwerfer from Langemarck to the Museum at Hesdin, Belgium. 1917

A koala in Cairo, 1915

Corporal Richard Tannous of the 13th Cavalry who was shot through the arm at Parral, Mexico, Mexican-U.S. campaign after Villa, 1916 / photo by Underwood & Underwood.

Decorations - Presentations - American - Major General Hutcheson reading citations to Sergeant Covell, Col1l Drollinger and Corporal Stevens, Camp Custer, Michigan, May 10, 1919

Airplanes - Accidents - Wreck of 1331, Marine Corps, CPL. McAllister, Pilot

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - Instruction - Corporal W. Meirs, 14th H.L.I. British Army instructing men of Company G, 307th Infantry about gas

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - War Activities. Cpl. Morris addressing mass meeting at close of Red Cross Parade, Middletown, O

Decorations - Presentations - American - Major General Hutcheson , staff, Corporal Ralph Bryan and relatives at ceremony for presentation of Croix de Guerre, Camp Custer, Michigan, May 7, 1919

messenger dogs and handler near Villers-Bretonneux, 1918

Major General Oliver P. Smith, Commanding 1st Marine Division, Returns Civil Government to Mayor of Inchon on Behalf of United Nations

U.S. Chief Signal Officer inspects new radio equipment for talking to Aviators in flight. The new aircraft-radio equipment designed by both the Signal Corps of the War Department permits of both radiotelephone and radiotelegraph communication, sending, receiving, at the same time. The apparatus is used communicating with airplanes in flight. Corporal [...] is demonstrating the outfit to the Chief Signal Officer, Major General George S. Gibbs, this is the first photograph showing him with radio

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. Operating anti-aircraft machinery in a dugout with an airfeild security detachment in Hawaii are (left to right): Corporal Harvey Jones, New York City; Private Samuel Moffitt, Siler City, North Carolina; Private Jay G. Pappy, New York City; Private First Class James Masfield, New York City; Private Walter Johnson, New York City and Private Walter Phillips, New York City

U.S. anti-aircraft gun crew. Corporal Raymond Elliott holds a clip of anti-aircraft shells before loading the weapon of his Negro gun crew at a U.S. Army air base in the New Hebrides in the South Pacific

The M-7 is the Army's newest tank destroyer and is really a "killer." Being tested for desert warfare at Iron Mountains, California. It carries both a 105mm Howitzer and a 50 caliber gun. Lieutenant M. Hutchison of Enterprise, Alabama is at the extreme right. Corporal L. Roberts from Graham, Texas is at post behind the Howitzer. Corporal Downing, whose home is Dekalb, Missouri, is in the turret

The M-7 is the Army's newest tank destroyer and is being given the acid test for desert warfare in the maneuvers near Iron Mountains, California. Colonel R. Downing of DeKalb, Missouri, Corporal L. Roberts from Graham, Texas, and Lieutenant M. Hutchison, Enterprise, Alabama. For firing power, the M-7 has a 105 mm Howitzer and a 50 caliber automatic gun. Iron Mountains, California.

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. First Sergeant Vancito Stephens, New York City; Private Alonzo Dantzler of Cedarville, New Jersey and Corporal Glenville Riley, Brooklyn, New York watch the operation of intricate anti-aircraft machinery at their post with an airfield security detachment in Hawaii

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. Constantly on maneuvers in Hawaii, members of an airfield security detachment enjoy chow in the field. Shown left to right are: Corporal John L. Sellers, Columbus, Georgia; Private Joseph English, Greensboro, Georgia; Private Bennie W. Samuel, Albany, New York, and Private John Preston, Tampa, Florida

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. Manning a machine gun under cover are two members of an airfeild security detachment in Hawaii. Left to right are: Corporal Alvin J. Comeaux, Lafayette, Louisiana, and Corporal Ellis Smith, Birmingham, Alabama

With an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. Familiarity with the operation of every part of a self-propelled 75 mm. gun is a "must" for the members of the gun crews of an airfield security detachment in Hawaii. Shown giving the gun close study are (left to right): Corporal Bonnie Hughes, Dallas, Texas; Sergeant Herman L. Lawson, Logan, West Virginia; Corporal Hurrell Adams Wheelright, Kentucky and Sergeant William F. Nelson, Cincinnati, Ohio

Corporal French L. Vineyard and squad are executing "port" arms. All the men are members of Company M, 12th Infantry. Corporal Vineyard is waering the new "pot type" of helmet. The other members of the squad are wearing the old "basin" type of helmet. Arlington Cantonment, Arlington, Virginia

Corporal French L. Vineyard and squad standing at attention. All the men are members of Company M, 12th Infantry. Corporal Vineyard is wearing the new "pot type" of helmet. The other members of the squad are wearing the old or "basin type" of helmet. Arlington Cantonment, Arlington, Virginia

New Army helmet. Corporal French L. Vineyard, Company M, 12th Infantry, wearing a new Army helmet. Corporal Vineyard is wearing the combat pack and cartridge belt and is equipped with a Garand rifle with bayonet affixed

The four freedoms. There's no question about it, you are free to speak your mind here in America. The scene is Columbus Circle, New York where you are also assured of an audience. This is "grassroots" democracy in the middle of the world's greatest metropolis. Speaker is "Izzy" Schwartz, former prize fighter and A.E.F. Corporal

New Army helmet. Corporal French L. Vineyard, Company M, 12th Infantry, wearing a new Army helmet. Corporal Vineyard is wearing the combat pack and cartridge belt and is equipped with a Garand rifle with bayonet affixed

New Army helmet. Corporal French L. Vineyard, Company M, 12th Infantry. Wearing combat pack, uniform, and old "basin type" helmet. Arlington Cantonment, Arlington, Virginia

New Army helmet. Corporal French L. Vineyard, Company M, 12th Infantry. Wearing combat pack, uniform, and old "basin type" helmet. Arlington Cantonment, Arlington, Virginia

New Army helmet. Corporal French L. Vineyard, Company M, 12th Infantry, wearing a new Army helmet. Corporal Vineyard is wearing the combat pack and cartridge belt and is equipped with a Garand rifle

New Army helmet. Corporal French L. Vineyard, Company M, 12th Infantry, wearing a new Army helmet. Corporal Vineyard is wearing the combat pack and cartridge belt and is equipped with a Garand rifle with bayonet affixed

New Army helmet. Corporal French L. Vineyard, Company M, 12th Infantry, wearing a new Army helmet. Corporal Vineyard is wearing the combat pack and cartridge belt and is equipped with a Garand rifle with bayonet affixed

New Army helmet. Corporal French L. Vineyard, Company M, 12th Infantry. Wearing combat pack and old "basin type" helmet. Arlington Cantonment, Arlington, Virginia

Photo taken in Palestine Broadcasting Service Studios, Jerusalem. Corporal at microphone, Cpl. Walters & Lt. Watson

New Army helmet. Corporal French L. Vineyard, Company M, 12th Infantry. Wearing combat pack, uniform, and old "basin type" helmet. Arlington Cantonment, Arlington, Virginia

An American flying squadron in India. "What's cooking?" asks Technical Sergeant J. Young of Pennsylvania, standing in front of thatch-roofed barracks No. 6, talking to Private F.S. Sirocks also from Pennsylvania and Corporal J.J. Conroy of Illinois, just before chow time

London, England. "Checking in" at the new Hans Cresent club for American servicemen. Left to right: Jerome Musco, of Providence, Rhode Island; Staff Sergeant Lloyd Tredway of Mines City, Montana; Corporal George Arvanities, of Lowell, Massachusetts; and Sergeant Oliver Gilbert of Labile, Missouri. American Red Cross

Agra (vicinity), India. Adventurous soldiers climb 250 feet up the repair scaffold to the top of the Taj Mahal dome, where they place their initials. Left: Corporal Anthony J. Scopelliti, and Private First Class John C. Byron, Jr.

Fort Knox, Kentucky. Armoraiders symbolizing six nations atop a powerful medium tank: Private Richard Do Yee of China; Corporal Austin Chamberlain of England; Sergeant John Evans of Russia; Private Alexander Scourles, a revengeful Greek, and driver Henri de Charmont of the Fighting French. The tankman on the right is Private Johnny Smith of the United States

These mechanics servicing a B-17 somewhere in the South Pacific warzone are unsung heroes of the Army Air Force. For every member of the flying crew, there are at least ten ground men who work long hours to keep them flying. Left to right: Sergeant Frank Piotroszer, Hadley, Massachusetts; Corporal William Smith, Woodside, Long Island, New York; Corporal Irvin Andreazza, Weed, Colorado; and Corporal Abe Brodax, Brooklyn, New York

Troops at a U.S. Army airbase in New Hebrides manning a heavy machine gun. Left to right: Private First Class Elliott Moore, Trenton, New Jersey; Corporal Raymond Elliott, Jaspar, Alabama; Corporal Johnny Jackson, Augusta, Georgia; Private First Class Shade Mackee, Jr., Ashland, Alabama

Washington, D.C. Foreign students at the international student assembly recording short talks in their native language, to be broadcast by shortwave, after censorship by the Office of War Information (OWI), to Nazi-held territory. Yolande Dankowier and Corporal Dziedzioch of Poland checking over their talks before recording

Southington, Connecticut. The family of Ralph Hurlbut. A Sunday dinner honoring Corporal Robert Hurlbut, twenty-one, home on his first furlough from the army. All of the Hurlbuts are on hand for the occasion, including the married and grandchildren. Corporal Robert is not the only Hurlbut serving his country. The elder Hurlbut works in a defense plant and Mrs. Hurlbut and all of the children old enough are enrolled in various American voluntary services

Oxford England. American Army men, attending Oxford University for special courses given by distinguished educators, view the Thames River following one of their classes. The tower and buildings of Magdalen college form the background. Left to right: Private Ben Terry, Chicago, Illinois; Major G.W. English, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Major Thomas A. Brown, Columbia, South Carolina; Corporal George Jeanette, Lowell, Massachusetts; Captain Easton, Detroit, Michigan; and Captain W.D. Collar, Chicago, Illinois

Corporal Raymond Elliott of Jaspar, Alabama, about to load an anti-aircraft gun at an army air base in the New Hebrides

Washington, D.C. Foreign students at the international student assembly recording short talks in their native language to be broadcast by shortwave, after censorship by the OWI (Office of War Information), to Nazi-held territory. Corporal Hezemierz Dziedzioch of Poland, eighteen years old. He spoke from the military standpoint. He lost his leg in the Narvik raid with the British and wears the decoration for heroism on his shoulder

Washington, D.C. International student assembly. Wang Yung, a Chinese movie actress, and Corporal Kazimerz Dziedzioch, a delegate from Poland

Agra (vicinity), India. Private First Class John C. Byrom, Jr., of Waco, Texas, trying to catch a goldfish in the marble-lined pool at the approach to the Taj Mahal. Observing are Corporal Anthony J. Scopelliti and Private First Class Ray Cherry

Corporal Hanry Manoni and Sergeant Joseph Loftis sight through a rangefinder in the process of aiming big guns of their artillery battery during Second Army maneuvers in Tennessee

Washington, D.C. International student assembly. Wang Yung, a Chinese movie actress, and Corporal Kazimerz Dziedzioch, a delegate from Poland

War worker goes to Washington. Back home in the Lucy D. Slowe Resident Hall, Miss Clara Camille Carroll meets a Cleveland, Ohio, friend, Corporal William M. Decatur, Jr., of the cavalry detachment at Fort Meyer, Virginia. While a party for service men is being held in the recreation room, the two home-towners retire to the lounge to discuss old times

American all. Russian-American Leatherneck. A captain in the Russian Imperial Army during World War I, Corporal Alexis A. Stoopenkoff of New York City is now "Proud to bear the title of a U.S. Marine." During the last war he served in many campaigns and was decorated several times. After coming to the United States he became active in the National Guard. When World War II broke out, he joined the Marines as a buck private and rose to corporal

Agra (vicinity), India. Private First Class John C. Byrom, Jr. and Corporal Louis J. Ryba examine the remains of an Indian funeral ceremony and learn about the ritual of the funeral pyre from two natives

Agra (vicinity), India. American soldiers sightseeing near the Taj Mahal come upon a Hindu burial service and watch the remains being prepared for the funeral pyre. Standing in the background left to right are: Private First Class John C. Byrom, Jr. and Corporal Louis J. Ryba

Chinese troops receiving instructions in the laying of wire from Corporal Eyen Huey, United States Army instructor

Soldiers of a reconnaissance squad on maneuvers with the Second Army in middle Tennessee cutting across the country in a scout car. Left to right: Corporal Howard Connor, driver; Private Fielder Magruder, radio operator; and Lieutenant Peter Gattino

War production drive. Anthracite rallies. "I pledge allegiance to my flag..." Corporal Bennick led the crowd in the oath of allegiance at the rally for anthracite miners in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Anthracite miners' rallies were held in four Pennsylvania cities September 28th through October 1st

Photograph of Corporal Vernon F. Paulstick, a Marine Commando aboard the USS Nautilus Going Top Side for Raid on Makin Island

Victory Book Campaign. Vice-President Henry A. Wallace donating victory books to Corporal Frank York of Fort Myer, Virginia while Senator Lister Hill of Alabama looks on in ceremonies in Statuary Hall at the Capitol

Camp Lejeune, New River, North Carolina. Classes in bayonet training which are taught by Corporal Arvin L. Ghazlo. He also has charge of the "commando" and judo classes (at one time he taught judo to the state police of Georgia)

Camp Lejeune, New River, North Carolina. Classes in bayonet training which are taught by Corporal Arvin L. Ghazlo. He also has charge of the "commando" and judo classes (at one time he taught judo to the state police of Georgia)

Washington, D.C. Enlisted personnel Bolling Field after their performance at the kitchen shower of the Walsh Club for war workers with members of the club and Mrs. Stuart Godfrey, chairman of music for the services. Left to right: Corporal Virgil Fox, noted organist and pianist; Corporal Don Benjamin, director of the show; Mrs. Marion McGregor, in charge of publicity for music for the services; Miss Betty Baum, concert singer; Sergeant Bob Shortmeyer; Miss Hedy Miller, member of the club; Mrs. Stuart

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Corporal adjusting a rifle sling for Sergeant Biviano

Monsignor Spellman shaking hands with Corporal George T. Robinson while touring the Tunisia front. When Archbishop Francis J. Spellman handed a diploma to Robinson at the Fordham University commencement in New York City in 1937, neither had the remotest idea that they would meet again at a United States Air Force fighter base in Tunisia

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Sergeant Arthur Burtis, left, of 1255 Cook Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey and Corporal Milton Florman, of 1453 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, making repairs on a teletype machine at a training center. They will take their place in the signal company of a service group

Corporal Jimmie Shohara has two ribbons: Good Behavior pre-Pearl Harbor, Rifle and Pistol Citations, 2 of 2, Manzanar Relocation Center, California

Washington, D.C. A few of the guests and entertainers attending the kitchen shower of the Walsh Club for war workers. Left to right: Mrs. Marion McGregor, in charge of publicity for music for the services; Brigadier General Stuart Godfrey; engineer officer with the Airborne Aviation Engineers; Mrs. Stuart Godfrey, chairman of music for the services; Sergeant Jack Knuppel; Corporal Charles Jackson; Corporal Leham Cheshire; and Sergeant Bob Shortmeyer

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Corporal Paul Wenger, instrument repair man with a mobile unit. Corporal Wenger is thirty-one years old, a former grocery store clerk in Atkins, Arkansas. He learned instrument repair at Chanute Field

Buffalo, New York. Laura Czaya passing cherry pop to her two sisters-in-law who have dropped in on Sunday afternoon. Laura's husband is a Corporal stationed in Arkansas. She works in Symington-Gould, makers of tank, ship, and railroad parts. The sisters-in-law also works in war plants. They are all of Polish descent

With the aid of a little canvas, and an obsolete French bomber, an American task force has set up a very practical mess kitchen in North Africa. Left to right are Lieutenant E. T. McBoon of Canton, Illinois, and Ssergeant C. W. Moore of Houston, Texas, inspecting the kitchen. Corporal William G. Warrington, a cook from Jefferson, Texas, is preparing the meal

Natives aid Allied drive in New Guinea jungles. Corporal R.D. Somerville being taken from a dressing station in New Guinea just after the fighting at Oive. Without the native carrier service, Allied casualties would have been greater in this area

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Corporal Frank Hoffman, airplane mechanic with a mobile unit. Corporal Hoffman comes from 25 Moyston Street, Schenectady, New York where he was a sheet metal worker for an air conditioning company

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Air Service Command. Corporal Paul Wenger, instrument repair man with a mobile unit

Monsignor Spellman shaking hands with Corporal George T. Robinson while touring the Tunisia front. When Archbishop Francis J. Spellman handed a diploma to Robinson at the Fordham University commencement in New York City in 1937, neither had the remotest idea that they would meet again at a United States Air Force fighter base in Tunisia

Negro Marines prepare for action. Breaking a tradition of 167 years, the U.S. Marine Corps started enlisting Negroes on June 1, 1942. The first class of 1,200 Negro volunteers began their training three months later as members of the 51st Composite Defense Battalion at Montford Point, a section of the 200 square mile Marine base, Camp Lejeune, at New River, North Carolina. Photo shows Corporal Arvin L. Ghazlo demonstrating to a bayonet class technique of disarming the enemy. Corporal Ghazlo was once teacher of judo to the Georgia State Police

Washington, D.C. Mrs. Stuart Godfrey, chairman of music for the services, and members of the cast of the Bolling Field show after their performance at the kitchen shower of the Walsh Club for war workers. Left to right: Corporal Virgil Fox, noted organist and pianist; Corporal Don Benjamin, director of the show; Miss Betty Baum, concert singer; Mrs. Marion McGregor, in charge of publicity for music for the services; Sergeant Bob Shortmeyer; Mrs. Stuart Godfrey; Sergeant Jack Knuppel; Corporal

Victory Book Campaign. Vice-President Henry A. Wallace and members of Congress donate books to the armed forces for the 1942 Victory Book Campaign. Holding books are (left to right): Sergeant Dale Isley of Fort Myer, Virginia; Mr. Wallace; Senator Alben Barkley of Kentucky; and Representative Adolph Sabath of Illinois. The soldier in the center is Corporal Frank York of Fort Myer, Virginia

Catching that stitch in time, Mrs. Viola Schlaegel of the American Women's Volunteer Service unit at Glendale, California does a good turn for Corporal Hugh B. Helm of Lexington, Kentucky. Members of the American Women's Volunteer Service "Button Brigade" meet at least twice weekly at the Army Air Force barracks in Glendale to do minor tailor work

Corporal Oliver R. Wechsler, of Anderson, Indiana. A mechanic in civilian life, he is now serving overseas with the United States Army