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Red Cross

  • Three days after the drive for the Fourth Liberty Loan began on September 28, 1918, the citizens of North Dakota had subscribed to $12 million of the…
  • As more young men left for the battlefields of France, service flags were proudly displayed in homes, business, churches and social organization across…
  • The war had brought about some dramatic labor shifts. Immediately a call went out for 25,000 student nurses in July of 1918, it was followed by a request…
  • As the American Expeditionary Force became more heavily involved on the battlefields of France, casualty numbers were staggering as trench warfare became…
  • One hundred years ago, serial stories of the war, such as “Over the Top” as well as Associated Press articles, provided details of life in the front line…
  • The first 14,000 American troops arrived in France on June 26, 1917, but most of the American forces arrived the following year. By July 1918 there were…
  • Rich and Sonya Johnson live in Fergus Falls, Minnesota and say they have volunteered in relief efforts for many disasters – including Hurricanes Katrina…