Caption: American Infantry Passing Through Buzancy, Nov. 3, 1918.
Location: Buzancy, France. On the D947 in the center of town. There’s a small parking lot just to the right of the lens.
Souce of Then Photo: ABMC p. 286
Source of Now Photo: Webmaster
Note: The building on the left is the Mairie (Village Hall.) The German signage on the front indicates that, under German occupation, it served as the Deutsche Feldpost (Field Post) and as a Soldatenhem (Soldier’s Home.)
Given the caption date and location, I assume these are doughboys of the 80th Division advancing northward.