U.S. official pictures of the world war showing America's participation : selected from the official files of the War Department with unofficial introductory photographs / by William E.Moore, late captain, U.S.A., and James C. Russell, late captain U.S.A..
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|Alexandria-Monroe PL - Alexandria||940.4 MOO (Text)||37521530492794||AMPL Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 576 pages : illustrations, portraits, maps, photographs ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Washington,DC : Pictorial Bureau, 1920
- Copyright: ©1920
|Summary, etc.:|| Historically, when you research America's military involvement during WW1 many of the pictures recording her days of service and sacrifice are missing in action. Fortunately this book gives the reader visual insights that can help fill in some important gaps that history on hole overlooks. It is true that America spent just barely a year in the war effort, but her contribution most certainly helped to bring the war to its conclusion.
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