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The Great War


By Maj. Gen. James W. McAndrew, Chief of Staff, A.E.F.; Col. H. C. Whitehead, U. S. Army, by Official Assignment served with European Armies for Observation. Articles by special permission of The War Department. George H. Allen, Ph.D., Military Intelligence Division, General Staff, Washington, D. C. Admiral William Snowden Sims, Commander-in-Chief of the U. S. Naval Forces in European Waters during the War. Admiral F. E. Chadwick, U. S. Navy, Ex-Pres. Naval War College and former Chief of Intelligence Bureau. Articles by Special Permission of The Navy Department. Assisted by the Governments of Gt. Britain, France, Belgium, and Russia. Introduction by Ex-President Hon. William Howard Taft.

In use by Headquarters Northeastern Department, Boston, Mass., Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Princeton, Brown, Chicago, Pennsylvania, M. I. T., Vassar, Wellesley, Bryn Mawr, Barnard, Radcliffe, The War Department, The Navy Department, The State Department, Department of Justice, U. S. Army War College, U. S. Navy War College, U. S. Military Academy, Coast Artillery School, U. S. Army Balloon School, War Department, France, Bibliotheque Royale, Belbium, Biblioteca Municipal, Brazil, Biblioteca Nacional, Cuba.

From Maj. General Leonard Wood: "A valuable addition to our fund of information."--Leonard Wood.

"THE GREAT WAR" is not a collection of dry facts, nor a newspaper romance; but a tremendously interesting and accurate work by trained military and navel experts--in fact the only serious work of permanent value on the subject.

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James R. Barrie Room 949, 73 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. Telephone 2330 Haymarket, Mr. Bellows' Department.



THIS COPY IS ISSUED TO Commemorate the Services Rendered His Country BY HAROLD H. DUBOIS Entered the service as Private in 132d Infantry, April 7, 1917. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, May, 1918. Promoted to First Lieutenant, October, 1918.

With the American Expeditionary Forces France Honorably Discharged from the UNITED STATES ARMY July 27, 1919.

The above is a facsimile of a dedication page, which has been issued to thousands of the men who served in the Great War.

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