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Working for Uncle Sam for One Dollar Per Day (Less Insurance, Allotments and Liberty Bonds)
by Harry A. Suffron (Master's Thesis, Miami University, 1937)

Contents:
Title Page
Introduction
Contents
Soldier Life in Columbus, Ohio
Going to Dixie
Camp Sheridan, Alabama
Enroute for Somewhere in America
All Aboard the Transport
In Old England
Seeing France From Side Door Pullmans
Eight Weeks Intensive Training for Front Camp DeSouge--Bordeaux
On the Front, Moving Around, Getting Our Position
Marbache Sector. October 11, 1918 to October 29, 1918
Meuse Argonne Offensive, October 29 to November 7, 1918
Pueville Sector, November 8, 1918 to November 11, 1918
Holding the Front
Starting 1919 Off by Holding the Front
Moving Towards the Coast
Last Trip on French Soil
On Board the U.S. Connecticut
Back in the United States
Supplement
Known Dead of Battery B as of January 1, 1937
Roster of Battery B, 136th F. A.
Afterthought

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