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America's Army
and its Part
in the
Great War

Copyright W. C. Both
Cover of booklet

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An Appreciation
To Be Sold by
Soldiers and Sailors
Price 25 cents

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Also see: "Data on U.S. Army Divisions during World War I" (at this web site)

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