World War 1 Brochure Collection
Our Brochures cover a wide range of subjects about World War 1. The Topics include important addresses by VIPs, recruitment, and valuable information for discharged soldiers.
George W. Wickersham, An Address to the Soldiers of the National Army, At the Dedication of the Morristown Y.M.C.A. Building, Camp Dix, Wrightstown, New Jersey, Sunday, September 30, 1917.
Time and time again, the Germans had planned and plotted to "get" the Lusitania and, every time, the ocean greyhound had slipped away from them every time save when the plot was developed on Ameri can territory.
With millions of young men registered in the United States for national service, it is proper, perhaps, that a little booklet such as this may be put forth illustrative of the various branches of Military and Naval life to which these youth of the land are assigned to duty.
Camp Funston has accommodations for over 50,000 men and has been built at a cost of approximately $10,000,000. It is the largest of the permanently built Cantonments and consists mainly of two-story buildings.
In a little more than three months after the erection of the first building, 180 barracks were ready for the reception of the first contingent of the selected men who are now being trained.
The volume appears at an appropriate time -- the holiday season, when the minds of every person is on the war and the part that Iowa boys must bear in the struggle is uppermost in the thoughts of all.
The 87th Division was made up of National Army drafts from Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. It was organized at Camp Pike, Arkansas. The overseas movement began August 23, and the last units arrived in France September 13, 1918.
This 1919 Booklet "To The Homeward Bound Americans" by B. Van Vorst, Printed in France, provides an excellent recap of the activities of the Allied Expeditionary Force (A. E. F.) and their activities in France.
The Army is being demobilized; you are returning to your homes and vocations of peace. Suppose the soldiers of the American Army take up their duties as citizens, with the same zeal and devotion to duty which has characterized their military career.
Its single purpose is to bring to you in the simplest, quickest, and most accurate form the things which every man who has served in The Great War must know to put him in touch again with God's Country.