World War I was a devastating conflict that raged over thirty-two countries across the world. The principal theater of war was continental Europe, and the map below features the western front of the conflict. Scroll over each circled location to see depictions of cigarettes in battle drawn from the Library of Congress, the National Archives, and the United States Army Signal Corps.
On this map of Europe [or the Western Front] during World War I, pause the mouse over each white circle to view an image and caption.
Click on any white circle to view the gallery of 6 images. Click on the map behind the image to exit the gallery.