Merrick County News
Scrapbook of Mrs. C. J. (Elizabeth) Dittmer
Assumption - that all these were published in the Clark's Enterprise ...
or the newspaper of Shelby, IOWA
None of the articles bear a publication date or name of newspaper.
Prominent People of World War I
NOW IN FRANCE
Camp Funston, Kan., Dec. 30.--
Word has reached here that Major General Leonard Wood, commander of the 89th division has arrived safely
MAJ-GEN. LEONARD WOOD.
in France with his chief of staff, Lieutenant Colonel C. E. Kilbourne. They went there to study field conditions.
Paris, Dec. 30.--A Havas dispatch dated "somewhere in France," says a "contingent of United States volunteers" has landed there. The volunteers was received by the general commanding the military district, the pretect, mayor and other civil and military authorities.
Commander -in-chief of allied armies who presented the armistice terms to the German delegation.
British general who played a big part in bringing about the cessation of hostilities in the world's greatest war.
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