American soldiers of the 33rd Infantry Division enjoying beer, bread, and cigars abandoned by the Germans in a trench near Consenvoye, 1918.
Usine de Consenvoye
Keizersmantel gespot in Consenvoye, FR
Medal of Honor, World War I (1918): Pictured as a cadet in 1923, Earle D. Gregory (electrical engineering '23), known as the "Sgt. York of Virginia," was the first Virginian to receive the Medal of Honor in World War I. At Bois de Consenvoye, France, on Oct. 18, 1918, he single-handedly captured 22 German soldiers and two machine guns, saving countless American lives. The Corps of Cadets' Gregory Guard precision drill team is named in his honor.
American soldiers of the 33rd Infantry Division enjoying beer, bread and cigars abandoned by the Germans in a trench near Consenvoye, 1918. http://i.imgur.com/GaBasR8.jpg
American medics of the 79th Infantry Division treating wounded comrades at an aid station in Bois de Consenvoye, France, November 9, 1918.
Consenvoye German War Cemetery is located south of the village of Consenvoye, on the road to Verdun. It holds 11,148 German war graves from World War I