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Catalog Number 2012.47.7
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2012.47
Description The American Sentinel
Archangel, Russia

Volume 1, Number 9: February 8, 1919

Topics Included:
Germany is Piqued by Peace Terms - Law and order gradually being restored in country; Scheideman Says Must Accept Conditions
Bolsheviks Hint Might Accept Offer - Now that other Russian factions oppose conference plan, wily reds may approve it
Yanks in France May Wed by Proxy
First Division of Regulars Lost Most in France
Yanks Hold Back Bolo Offensive - Bolshevik's gaine at least temporarily checked on Vaga and Dvina - French Squad's Brave Act
Bolshevik Offensive On in South Russia
Our Funny Column
Poet's Dugout
Three Night Sport Feast on Railway - Yanks and Poilus Enjoy Scrapping in Ring - News from the Boys on the Vaga
This Weeks News in England
Peace League May be Complete When Wilson Quits Paris
Francis Sees Conference as Trial of Bolos
Navy Growth to Continue, Daniels Tells Our Middies
Yanks Hold Back Bolo
Disposition German Colonies Discussed by Peach Council Which Now in Full Swing
Germany Piqued by Peace Terms
Can Bring Home 300,000 Soldiers Monthly, Says March
French Flyers Leave For Siberian Force
Build Big Plane for Ocean Flight
Date February 8, 1919
Year Range from 1919
Year Range to 1919
Subjects World War I
Newspapers
Camp newspaper
Search Terms Polar Bear Expedition
339th Infantry
85th Division