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History of the American Field Service in France (Volume III)

"Friends of France" 1914-1917
told by its members

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  • License not in copyright.
  • Creator Seymour, James W.D., 1895-1976 (ed.)
  • Status In Collection
  • When WWI
  • Where France, Western Front, Balkans
  • Category of People WWI Driver
  • Publisher Houghton Mifflin Co.
  • Place of Publication Boston
  • Publication Year 1920
  • Number of Pages 579
  • Subject AFS Organizational HistoryWorld War 1914-1918
  • Original Edition Yes
  • Edition First Edition

History of the American Field Service (Volume II)

"Friends of France" 1914-1917
told by its members

Additional Info

  • License not in copyright.
  • Creator Seymour, James W.D., 1895-1976 (ed.)
  • Status In Collection
  • When WWI
  • Where France, Western Front, Balkans
  • Category of People WWI Driver
  • Publisher Houghton Mifflin Co.
  • Place of Publication Boston
  • Publication Year 1920
  • Number of Pages 536
  • Subject AFS Organizational HistoryWorld War 1914-1918
  • Original Edition Yes
  • Edition First Edition

History of the American Field Service (Volume I)

"Friends of France" 1914-1917
told by its members

Additional Info

  • License not in copyright.
  • Creator Seymour, James W.D., 1895-1976 (ed.)
  • Status In Collection
  • When WWI
  • Where France, Western Front, Balkans
  • Category of People WWI Driver
  • Publisher Houghton Mifflin Co.
  • Place of Publication Boston
  • Publication Year 1920
  • Number of Pages 517
  • Subject AFS Organizational HistoryWorld War 1914-1918
  • Original Edition Yes
  • Edition First Edition

Amis de la France

Le service de campagne de l'Ambulance américaine décrit par ses membres.

 

A French edition of Friends of France, translated by M. Firmin Roz, with a preface by the French Ambassador to the United States, M. Jules J. Jusserand. It contains several modifications and additions not found in the American edition.

'Books by Field Service Men', The History of the American Field Service in France, "Friends of France", 1914-1917, Vol. III, p. 552.

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  • License not in copyright.
  • Creator Andrew, Abram Piatt, 1873-1936; Roz, Firmin, 1866-1957, traducteur
  • Status In Collection
  • When WWI
  • Where France, USA, Western Front, Balkans
  • Category of People WWI Driver
  • Publisher Plon-Nourit & Cie
  • Place of Publication Paris
  • Publication Year 1917
  • Number of Pages 328
  • Subject AFS Organizational HistoryWorld War 1914-1918
  • Edition First Edition

Friends of France

The Field Service of the American Ambulance described by its members

 

Additional Info

  • License The Library of Congress is unaware of any copyright restrictions for this item.
  • Creator Andrew, Abram Piatt, 1873-1936
  • Status In Collection
  • When WWI
  • Where France, USA, Western Front, Balkans
  • Category of People WWI Driver
  • Publisher Houghton Mifflin Co.
  • Place of Publication Boston
  • Publication Year 1916
  • Number of Pages 348
  • Subject AFS Organizational HistoryWorld War 1914-1918
  • Edition Large-paper Edition

Friends of France

The Field Service of the American Ambulance described by its members

Additional Info

  • License The Library of Congress is unaware of any copyright restrictions for this item.
  • Creator Andrew, Abram Piatt, 1873-1936
  • Status In Collection
  • When WWI
  • Where France, USA, Western Front, Balkans
  • Category of People WWI Driver
  • Publisher Houghton Mifflin Co.
  • Place of Publication Boston
  • Publication Year 1916
  • Subject AFS Organizational HistoryWorld War 1914-1918
  • Original Edition Yes
  • Edition First Edition

History of the American Ambulance

History of the American Ambulance established in Paris during the siege of 1870-71, together with the details of its methods and its work.

Additional Info

  • License Public Domain
  • Creator Evans, Thomas Wiltberger, 1823-1897; Johnston, William E.; Swinburne, John, 1820-1889; Crane, Edward A.
  • Status In Collection
  • When Roots
  • Where France
  • Publisher Sampson Low, Marston, Low, and Searle
  • Place of Publication London
  • Publication Year 1873
  • Number of Pages 694
  • Subject American international sanitary committee of Paris
  • Original Edition Yes
  • Edition First Edition
  • Language English