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Some color illustrations of American army rank insignia sported by the A.E.F. during World War One. The insignia illustrated herein are the officer's bronzed collar and shoulder devices as well as the sleeve chevrons and specialty badges for enlisted-men. Excluded are enlisted men's collar and cap devices. Please bare in mind that this insignia chart was not produced by the army but by civilians; we could only correct the errors that we were able to recognize.

     



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