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Catalog Number 2012.47.5
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2012.47
Description The American Sentinel
Archangel, Russia

Volume 1, Number 6: January 17, 1919

Topics Included:
Formal Peace to Come Soon Paris Learns - Terms will be presented to Germany Before End of February
Bolshevik Army Hemmed in on All Sides Retreats on East Side and South Red Rule Reported Tottering - Bolsheviki Toward Viatka, Losing Ten Whole Regiments - Denikin Drives Enemy Before him in Caucasus
Operations on Northern Front
Civil War Breaks Out in Germany - Continuous Battle goes on in Streets of Berlin; Radical Power Grows
American Losses in North Russia
Northern Lights
Poet's Dugout
Lloyd George's Plans for Demobilization
Other British News
Wilson Back in Paris for Peace Conference After Interesting Italian Trip
Hoover Will Head New International Food Council
Williams Leaves; Lively Now Heads Red Cross Here
Roosevelt Dies Suddenly At Oyster Bay - Heart Failure Ends Career of Most Striking Figure in American Life
British Labor Party Model for American
Government Railway Control likely For Five Years
New Electric Battleships are Big Success
Tchaikovsky May Join Peace Council in Paris
Wireless Messages Now Received Underground
Date January 17, 1919
Year Range from 1919
Year Range to 1919
Subjects World War I
Newspapers
Camp newspaper
Poetry
Search Terms Polar Bear Expedition
339th Infantry
85th Division