“March 1918 –  What a difference it make…

“March 1918 –  What a difference it makes when you carry
American wounded; it brings the war
home with a bang. These are the men you knew at home, the clerk in the little
store, the bank teller, the grocery boy,
these are the men who cry in your own tongue and their cries seem to strike your ear in
a different manner or at least the sound is relayed clear to your heart.”

In Meurthe-et-Moselle,  American
ambulance driver’s diary – The Compensation of War –– Photo: Spring 1918, Meurthe et Moselle – American First Aid unit tending to an American wounded. National Archives Catalog