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                                       “It seems so good to be “all-American” once more!”

‘August 10 1918 – Our ambulance boys are entertaining us with Southern songs, accompanied by
a mandoline and sometimes a violin. They are great and we are between hysterics
at their camp songs and tears at some of our old home songs. It’s a bit
distracting but it seems so good to be “all-American” once more!’

In the Aisne sector, France – American Red Cross nurse ‘s “Intimate Letters from France”
– WW1
in the Aisne sector, American Ambulance drivers at camp relaxing & playing mandoline. La Contemporaine