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Catalog Number 2012.47.9
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2012.47
Description The American Sentinel
Archangel, Russia

Volume 1, Number 14: March 15, 1919

Topics Included:
Street Fight in Berlin As Reds Attack - Capital Again Succumbs to Civil War; Government Troops defend selves in Arsenal; News confusing
Preliminary Peace Terms Now Complete - Will be presented to Germany Before End of Month; Russian Question Next on Program
Red Star Now Marks Bolshevik Airplanes
Council Will Cut German Army to Seventy Thousand
Enemy Renews Vaga Attack; Loses Heavily - Our troops evacuate Vistavka after heavy bombardment but repeatedly repulse Bolshevik infantry
Deadlock With Germany Over Food Question
Famous "27th" Has Rousing Homecoming
Our Funny Column
Poet's Dugout
E. and G. Company Team Wins Again
"Tocks" Enjoy Program on Railway Front
Here You Are Cannucks; Send In Some More
Little Essays on Various Things - This Weeks It's Dances and Cooties
Pies, Boxing and Music in Company E Entertainment
Yank Orchestra on Onega Front
Fierce Battles with Bolos on Three Fronts - Fighting Continues in East, South and West. With Varying Success; Report Greek Troops Soon Be in Fight
Dog Meat Diet in Bolshevik Russia; Refugees from Interior Bring Out Stories of Death, Famine, Terror
Won't Reduce U.S. Army Until Congress Fixes Peace Basis
More "Y" Girls Coming to Cheer Boys in Russia
Enemy Renews Vaga Attack
British News
Little Essays
Says Wilson Has No Third Term Yearnings
Date March 15, 1919
Year Range from 1919
Year Range to 1919
Subjects World War I
Camp newspaper
Peace conferences
Search Terms Polar Bear Expedition
339th Infantry
85th Division