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Catalog Number 2012.47.2
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2012.47
Description The American Sentinel
Archangel, Russia

Volume 1, Number 1: December 10, 1918

Topics Included:
Americans on Pinega Front Take Village
Ford Beaten in Michigan; other Election results
Late News Bulletins
Nations News: M'Adoo Quits: Dry U.S. Soon - Navy Growth To Continue; Other Cables from Washington
Letters to the Editor
From Commander in Chief
American and Other losses; Latest figures
Armistice Opens road to Russia
Last draft men Freed of duty
Berlin life Seems normal; Vienna contrast
Situation in Bavaria
Teutons comply with terms of the armistice
British and Russian fleets both in Baltic
Revolution in Germany Moves slowly
Last Minute Cables
News from Washington
Airplanes for Mail
Details of Wilson's trip
Food Saving Will Continue Says Hoover
Labor Announces Its Peace aims
Wilson states nations aims in armistice speech; would Help enemies and friends
Revolution in Germany Moves Slowly
Date December 10, 1918
Year Range from 1918
Year Range to 1918
People Wilson, President Woodrow
McAdoo, William Gibbs
Subjects World War I
Newspapers
Camp newspaper
Armistices
Election
Prohibition
Occupation
Search Terms Polar Bear Expedition
339th Infantry
85th Division