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8 images with subject Men--France--1910-1920.

  • The Author and an English Fellow-Prisoner, from Photograph Taken Three Months Before the Armistice. The Author is Wearing an Old French Uniform With Which he was Fitted Out After Running Away and Losing his Regulation Prison Costume [Frontispiece Image] From The Memoirs of a Swine in the Land of Kultur, or, How it Felt to be a Prisoner of War.


  • Group of English Prisoners Working on the Farms of Kossebade. The Author has a Pipe in his Mouth, and Albert, Mentioned in Chapter VI, Stands at his Right From The Memoirs of a Swine in the Land of Kultur, or, How it Felt to be a Prisoner of War.


  • JAMES R. McCONNELL [Frontispiece Image] "I frankly confess to a feeling of marked satisfaction at receiving that grade [Sergeant] in the world's finest army" (See page 45) From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • KIFFIN ROCKWELL, OF ASHEVILLE, N. C. Who was killed in an air duel over Verdun "Kiffin was imbued with the spirit of the cause for which he fought. He said: 'I pay my part for Lafayette and Rochambeau' " (See page 97) From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • SERGEANT LUFBERY In one of the new Nieuports in which he convoyed the bombardment fleet which attacked Oberndorf. All the American flyers have an Indian head painted on their machines From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • SOME OF THE AMERICANS WHO ARE FLYING FOR FRANCE Left to right: Victor Chapman (killed), Elliot Cowdin, Bert Hall, Lieut. William Thaw, Capt. Thénault, Lieut. de Laage de Mux, Norman Prince (killed), Kiffin Rockwell (killed), and James McConnell From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • TWO MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN ESCADRILLE Of the French Flying Service, who were killed flying for France Upper picture: Norman Prince, of Boston, Mass. Lower picture: Victor Chapman, of New York City From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • "WHISKEY" The lion and mascot of the American flying squadron in France From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.