The American Soldier in World War I
Meuse-Argonne Doughboy
Collector Carl Panak recreates a doughboy assaulting a German position during fighting in the Meuse-Argonne, September 1918. Courtesy of Carl Panak

SITE UPDATE: August 2011

The introduction page gives a little background on this site, and also a brief explanation of the name, "doughboy".

Uniforms, Field Gear, and Personal Effects
What did your average doughboy wear and carry into combat? This section features photographs and information about a typical American Soldier's Uniform and equipment. The items featured here are from my collection and other private collections.

Doughboy Photo Gallery
This section features a few of the real life Doughboys who served during World War I.

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