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A black and white illustration showing the sort of British made boots favored by American officers during the First World War. A look at the many pictures which depicted the officers of the A.E.F. and it is clear to see that the lace-to-the-knee style of trench boot was much preferred over other varieties. However, many pictures from the closing days of the war tend to also indicate the line officer's preference for ankle-boots with puttees.

     


An Advertisement for W.W. I  Officer Boots (Stars and Stripes, 1918)

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