This book is a documentary featuring the letters sent by a soldier to his father before, during and after his deployment to the battlefields of France. It takes the reader from Bridgeport, Illinois to the World War I battlefields of France in 1918 while he was working as an ambulance driver whose unit was attached to the French Army. It is written by his daughter-in-law, who used painstaking research to document the actual circumstances of events that happened when the letters were written. It includes many photos, including individual photos of most of the men belonging to S.S.U. 534.
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Judith Abels Lewis was born in Robinson, Illinois, and graduated from high school there. She started her advanced studies at Eastern Illinois University and finished her degree at Arizona State University. She moved to Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband and family in 1963, and spent the rest of her life there, where she taught school and was also a school librarian. Judith was always interested in books of all kinds, but this is her only published book. She passed away in 2013.
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