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The White Road of Mystery

The note-book of an American ambulancier.

 

The author of this book was formerly a member of Section Thirty-One of the Field Service, and its pages are made up of extracts from his notebook kept during the Verdun offensive of the summer of 1917.

'Books by Field Service Men', The History of the American Field Service in France, "Friends of France", 1914-1917, Vol. III, p. 554.

  • Publication Year: 1918

Trucking to the Trenches

Letters from France June-November 1917

 

Written with graphic and humorous touches, these letters, by a young American truck-driver of the American Field Service, give a somewhat exaggerated picture of life near the front.

'Books by Field Service Men', The History of the American Field Service in France, "Friends of France", 1914-1917, Vol. III, p. 555.

  • Publication Year: 1918

Turmoil

A volume of light and serious verses written in France, 1917-19, by one of the co-authors of En Repos and Elsewhere.

'Books by Field Service Men', The History of the American Field Service in France, "Friends of France", 1914-1917, Vol. III, p. 554.

 

 

  • Publication Year: 1919

U.N. Testimonial to AFS

U.N. Testimonial to AFS from the Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar (awarded to AFS in recognition of dedicated service in support of the U.N. Youth Program), presented in Bangkok, Thailand, November 8, 1989

Un Souvenir de Solférino

This is the book that led 1863 to the establishment of the Committee for Relief of the Wounded, the precursor of the International Committee of the Red Cross (founded 1876) and to the Geneva Convention of 1864.

Henri Dunant first published the book 1862, at his own costs, and widely distributed it among the political leaders in Europe. Since, Un Souvenir de Solférino has been reedited countless times and translated in numerous languages.

  • Publication Year: 1863

Verse

A collection of poems published previously in four separate volumes. One group, "With the Armies of France" is made up chiefly of verses written in France and while the author was a member of Section Nine. With sincerity and success they express the fine fire of the French Army.

'Books by Field Service Men', The History of the American Field Service in France, "Friends of France", 1914-1917, Vol. III, p. 554.

  • Publication Year: 1920