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Letters From Oregon Boys in France 1917-1918

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Length: 138 pages2 hours

Summary

As the military and industrial might of the United States turned to enter the First World War, boys and men from all of America enlisted, volunteered and were drafted into the armed forces. As a small microcosm of the millions that served, these 45 letters from the Front offer an insight into the fighting men. The collection of letters is as varied as the men that wrote them, ranging from Railway engineers, to naval officers, to ordinary soldiers at the front.
A Flavour of the American war effort in the First World War.
Text taken, whole and complete, from the edition published in Portland, Glass and Prudhomme, 1917-18
Original Page Count – 128 pages.

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