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WWI - Louisiana

Table of Content - WWI - Louisiana

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Soldiers of the Great War (In Three Volumes) - Memorial Edition (for Louisiana only) Also includes Soldiers in Supplement of Volume III.
Compiled by W. M. Haulsee, F. G. Howe, and A. C. Doyle
Soldiers Record Publishing Association: Washington, D. C.
Copyright, 1920

Annotated Version of Soldiers of the Great War (In Three Volumes) - Memorial Edition (for Louisiana only)

Louisianans who were winners of the Distinguished Service Cross, DSC

Veterans (all wars) of Bogalusa and Washington Parish, Louisiana

Other sources - submitted by relatives or friends

Links to Other Louisiana Military Resources and Cemeteries

Military FTP Folders at USGenWeb and other Louisiana Resources

Under construction ...
"Alphabetical List of Louisiana WWI Soldiers and Nurses" 
(Note: Some of those listed here may be from other states, but enlisted in Louisiana.)
Surnames begin with: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, X, Y, Z. Initially, the data will come from searching American Battle Monuments Commission, ABMC - World War I database and will include soldiers and nurses not listed in the "Soldiers of the Great War (In Three Volumes) - Memorial Edition". Later, it will incorporate the data from the "Soldiers of the Great War (In Three Volumes) - Memorial Edition" and other sources.


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