Harry Fisher in World War I
Harry volunteered 16 March 1918. He was a Sgt. 1st class stationed at the Base Medical Supply Depot in France. He was an auto driver and was honorably discharged 4 November 1919.
Shell exploding in forest
German prisoners in Marne, France
German Anti-Air-Craft Gun
The back of this card says "For Mother"
Railroad Station in France
French mother with child and young French girl
Christmas at Camp Custer in Michigan
The picture to the left is labeled "some of my friends"
The picture below is labeled k.p.
Harry said the most shocking thing he saw during the war was nude statues in France. He did not take any pictures of the statues.