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Catalog Number 2012.47.8
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2012.47
Description The American Sentinel
Archangel, Russia

Volume 1, Number 10: February 15, 1919

Topics Included:
Reds Would Bargain to Hold Power - Express Willingness to Compromise with Allies, if Soviet Rule Undisturbed
Anti-Bolshevik Troops Reported near Petrograd
New British Awards to Yanks
North Russia to Mobilize Up to 45
Bolo, Halted in Offensive, Loses 2 Guns - Successful Attack on Kadish Line; Enemy Abandons Attempt at Sred Makrenga
Russians in Paris Protest Against Bolshevik Note
North Russian News Featured in America
Murmansk Force Now Available for Active Fighting
Our Funny Column
Poet's Dugout
Who Said That Life Was Dull in Archangel?
Non-Committal
British News
Dear Bill: What Do You Know 'Bout This Here Show
"Don't Push Us Too Far", says Teuton Leader - Ebert, German Deputy, Warns Allies, In Speech Opening the National Assembly
Bolo Loses Two Guns
Labor Demands on Peace Conference
Roosevelt Memorial Generally Observed
Germany Still a Menance, Says Clemenceau - Declares Armistice Is Only a Lull in Tempest and Allies Must Not Relax Watch
Washington News
19 Per Cent U.S. Men Were Under Arms
Date February 15, 1919
Year Range from 1919
Year Range to 1919
Subjects World War I
Newspapers
Camp newspaper
Poetry
Peace
Peace conferences
Enlistment
Recruiting & enlistment
Draft
Search Terms Polar Bear Expedition
339th Infantry
85th Division