A Connecticut Yankee at St. Mihiel

Fischer, Ben B.
August 1998
Military History;Aug98, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p58
Presents information on Sergeant James Francis Carty, one of the United States' citizen soldiers who formed the backbone of the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I. Background on his military career; How he and Private Harold F. Proctor captured a German machinegun nest in Bois de St. Remy in September 1918; Displays of his courage during World War I.


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