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New York World War One Units
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New York National Guard Units in World War 1

New Yorkers who died in World War One

American Expeditionary Forces and Activities in World War One -- Excel file
Compiled and edited by Carl Manning and Jerry Schmidt
printable version is here.

Arvhival Collection: Letters Home from Otilia D. Noeckel
Otilia Noeckel was born June 11, 1890. These letters were sent home to her mother and sisters Mary, Louise, Rose, Emma"Em", and Laura and her brother, W i l l , during the last part of World War I. Otilia was stationed in France for nine months, from November, 1918 through July, 1919.

Article: Black Americans in the US Military: World War One

Article: 1916 State Mobilization camps, by Fred Greguras

Article: The GJG and the New York Guard by SPC Marianne De Angelis, Historical NCO, New York Guard

Manuscript: Was there such a thing in the World's Great War as the Lost Battalion? by Walter J. Baldwin

Manuscript: I was one of the Lost Battalion by Ralph Edmund John(?)

World War One Serviceman Glossary - Common abbreviations used during the war. Provided by Washington State Archives - Digital Archives

 

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