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Re: death soldier
Posted by: C. Fronzek (ID *****3367) Date: April 13, 2010 at 19:14:19
In Reply to: Re: death soldier by Preben Nissen of 9054

If this gentleman died in 1915 he was not involved in WWI. The United States did not declare war until April of 1917 and vey few US troops died until about March of 1918.
In 1915 the US Army was involved in an expedition to stop the Mexican bandit Pancho Villa who was raiding along the US border.


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