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U.S.A., U.S. Soldiers, correspondence, Infantry, France, Western Front, military occupation, injury, motorcycle, dispatch rider, Germany, Senningen, Luxembourg, marching and drill, censorship, YMCA, education, German civilians, racial stereotyping, map, drawing, rainy weather
Wesley F. Diedrich; December 15, 1918; World War 1914 1918; United States. Regimental histories U.S.A. 108th Engineers; United States. Regimental histories U.S.A. 33rd Infantry Division; United States. Army American Expeditionary Forces; Regimental histories U.S.A. 2nd Infantry Division; United States. Army American Expeditionary Forces; United States. Army; World War 1914 1918 France; World war 1914 1918 War and civilization -- History -- 20th century France; World War 1914 1918 War Work; World War 1914 1918 Germany; World war 1914 1918 War and civilization -- History -- 20th century Germany; War and society -- History -- 20th century Luxembourg;
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Diedrich, Wesley F., "Wesley F. Diedrich First World War Correspondence #50" (1918). Wesley F. Diedrich First World War Correspondence Collection. 50.
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