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Ambulance 464

Encore des Blessés.

 

The author was a Princeton Freshman of seventeen, and a member of Section Twelve from January to July, 1917; an excellent example of the way our American college youth entered into the true spirit of the contest on the Western Front. Many illustrations. The introduction is by the Reverend Lyman Abbott.

'Books by Field Service Men', The History of the American Field Service in France, "Friends of France", 1914-1917, Vol. III, p. 553.

  • Publication Year: 1918

America in the War

The Vanguard of American Volunteers in the Fighting Lines and in Humanitarian Service, August, 1914 - April, 1917.

 

This book tells briefly what Americans did in the Great War before the United States entered the struggle officially. Part IV, entitled "American Ambulances in France," is largely devoted to the American Field Service. The frontispiece is a group of the early ambulance drivers of Sections One and Two.

'Bibliography of the Field Service', The History of the American Field Service in France, "Friends of France", 1914-1917, Vol. III, p. 556.

  • Publication Year: 1918