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U.S. REMOUNT DEPOT NO. 2 ST. NAZAIRE FRANCE WW1


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U.S. REMOUNT DEPOT NO. 2 ST. NAZAIRE FRANCE WW1


Southwest corner line of stables (looking north). Capt. Lemon Commanding officer. Remount Depot No. 2, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 5, 1918.


Southwest corner line of stables (looking south). Remount Depot No. 2, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 5, 1918.


Southwest corner line of stables (looking south) showing construction of drain. Remount Depot No. 2, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 5, 1918.


Stables and corrals, St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure, France, December 5, 1918.


General view of Base Remount Depot No. 2, St. Nazaire, Loire, Inferieure, France, December 5, 1918.


General view of Base Remount Depot No. 2, St. Nazaire, Loire, Inferieure, France, December 5, 1918. Note: looks like barracks.


General view of Base Remount Depot No. 2, St. Nazaire, Loire, Inferieure, France, December 5, 1918. Note: looks like barracks.


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