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Articles of Military Interest
Plymouth County, Iowa
Contributed by Linda Ziemann

WORLD WAR I

[Click on the logo and browse this IA GenWeb Special Project--there are some awesome Plymouth County boys photos and stories!]

WWI Soldier Photos & Documentation -- Charles & Albert Ewin (brothers), Peter Kirpes, WWI Soldiers

WWI Draft news article and Iowa Soldiers Called and On The Way To France news article

Company K -- 1916, LeMars Co. K of the Iowa National Guard left for border patrol duty

Co. K Camp Faber company photo page -- off site page.

Men of Co. K at Camp Faber in LeMars--Temporary encampment after Federal call-up

Company K...early history excerpt from History of Wasmer Post No. 241

Military Drum Taps - Company K - LeMars Unit

WWI -- "Off For Camp Gordon" LeMars Depot photo

LeMars Sentinel news articles dated 1917, 1918, 1919

LeMars Sentinel news article, February 14, 1919

Iowa Casualties

Co K Reunion 1930

Plan Co. K. Reunion 1934
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http://www.sharylscabin.com/Allamakee/war_index.htm

Allamakee county Military Records
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WWI Letters from Home to Horace King

Sarah King was the mother of a WWI veteran. During the last days of the war she wrote several letters to her son. As she writes to her son about the home front we get an interesting view into the daily life of an area that would some day become 'Silicon Valley'.

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Love letters during war

By Ashley Boyd Staff Writer Published: Sunday, February 14, 2010

Lige Dees couldn’t call his girlfriend, Mae, on Valentine’s Day. Nor could he send her a note on Facebook, write an e-mail or tweet his love.

It was 1917. Instead, Dees wrote her a letter. In fact, he wrote her many letters, and she responded.

“It’s rare to have a set of letters that go back and forth,” said University of Alabama history professor Andrew Huebner. “While there are lots of letters that were sent to someone during war, it’s rare that you have letters from both recipients.”

For two years, Huebner and UA computer-based honors student Daniel Bush have been studying the 146 letters of correspondence exchanged between Dees, a soldier during World War I, and Mae. The correspondence started when Dees enlisted right after high school.

“I got a more personal look into what WWI was like for the average person,” Huebner said. “Typically, you learn about major events, but I liked getting a personal look into how the war affected people. Soldiers and their families. That was really nice.”

Huebner was first introduced to the letters when a former student at Brown University purchased them on eBay. The student gave the letters to Huebner for research purposes, and Huebner recruited Bush to help him decipher them and build an online database. After intensive review, Huebner and Bush ended up with a first-hand look at how relationships were cultivated nearly a century ago.

Bush’s online database made the letters searchable by dates, keywords and themes. Bush became more and more involved after going through all the letters and deciphering each one, word for word.

The letters cover a two-year span in the couple’s relationship.

While the two originally met during high school in Chaonia, Mo., they didn’t become romantically involved until Dees went to war.

The earliest letters date back to 1917 and continued through Dees’ deployment even after the couple married. After Mae’s first surprise letter to Dees, in which she asked for permission to write, the two ended up exchanging hundreds of letters, many of them dealing with the same issues that couples deal with today.

“People are people,” Huebner said. “They felt jealousy, possessiveness and paranoia. He would be paranoid about who she danced with, and she would wonder if she was his only gal overseas. It must have been very frustrating to address something controversial and then have to wait months before hearing back.”

Mae’s feelings for Dees are clear in one of her letters.

“Darling you don’t know how sad and lonely you look in that picture. It makes me want to be with you and kiss away that troubled look,” she writes.

Bush said the letters show the huge difference between the slowness of mailing letters and the instant communication of today.

“It seemed like it had to have been tough. She would send a letter when she was upset and want him to reassure her, but obviously, he couldn’t do that until several weeks later. They couldn’t resolve a conflict for weeks at a time,” Bush said. “They had to have been more willing to get over small things.”

After poring over the couples’ letters, Bush and Huebner learned that the couple married and raised a family in Missouri.

Dees died in 1968 and Mae died in 1973.

Huebner, whose research interests include modern U.S. cultural history and war and American culture, is planning to write a book on the couple, with a focus on some of the dating rituals, military life and culture of the time.

“What strikes me is all that has really changed is the technology,” he said. “But do changes in technology actually change the nature of relationships? The feelings haven’t changed. Only the conventions of the age.”

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World War I Records

http://www.archives.gov/research/military/ww1.html
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UNITED STATES EARLY RADIO HISTORY

Articles and extracts about early radio and related technologies, concentrating on the United States in the period from 1897 to 1927

http://earlyradiohistory.us/index.html

Specifiek WO I: Radio During World War One (1914-1919), http://earlyradiohistory.us/sec013.htm
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Best of History Web Sites

Best of History Web Sites is an award-winning portal that contains annotated links to over 1200 history web sites as well as links to hundreds of quality K-12 history lesson plans, history teacher guides, history activities, history games, history quizzes, and more.

BOHWS has been recommended by The Chronicle of Higher Education, The National Council for the Social Studies, The British Library Net, The New York Public Library, the BBC, Princeton University, -- and many others.

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Statistical Atlas of the United States: 1914 : July 1914

This statistical atlas includes 503 illustrations divided into 10 general topics, which use maps, charts, and graphs to interpret the statistical data of the 13th Census of the United States conducted in 1910. It includes a table of contents, a section of explanatory text for each topic, and an index to the illustrations. It was prepared under the supervision of Charles S. Sloane, Geographer of the Census, with the assistance of Evelyn L. Yeomans and Katharine T. West.

Available Files
Complete Publication (pdf 237.4M)
Introductory Material. Title page, Letter of Transmittal, and Table of Contents. (pdf 1.3M)
Descriptive Text (pdf 52.4M)
Illustrations - Population Part 1. Table of contents and Plates 1-115. (pdf 67.6M)
Illustrations - Population Part 2. Plates 116-236. (pdf 56.1M)
Illustrations - Agriculture. Plates 237-408. (pdf 89.5M)
Illustrations - Manufactures. Plates 409-449. (pdf 11M)
Illustrations - Mines and Quarries. Plates 450-456. (pdf 3.1M)
Illustrations - Cotton. Plates 457-469. (pdf 6.6M)
Illustrations - Financial Statistics of Cities. Plates 470-475. (pdf 3.8M)
Illustrations - Vital Statistics. Plates 476-478. (pdf 1.6M)
Illustrations - Religious Bodies. Plates 479-492. (pdf 6.3M)
Illustrations - Marriage and Divorce. Plates 493-498. (pdf 3.1M)
Illustrations - Insane in Hospitals. Plates 499-503. (pdf 2.4M)
Index to Illustrations. (pdf 6.3M)

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The Buffalo Soldiers in Vermont, 1909–1913

The arrival of the Tenth Cavalry sent Burlington into demographic shock. Almost overnight the small city acquired a substantial black community, a situation that clearly dismayed many residents.

ByDavid Work

http://www.vermonthistory.org/journal/73/07_Work.pdf
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U.S. Economy in World War I
Hugh Rockoff, Rutgers University

Although the United States was actively involved in World War I for only nineteen months, from April 1917 to November 1918, the mobilization of the economy was extraordinary. (See the chronology at the end for key dates). Over four million Americans served in the armed forces, and the U.S. economy turned out a vast supply of raw materials and munitions. The war in Europe, of course, began long before the United States entered. On June 28, 1914 in Sarajevo Gavrilo Princip, a young Serbian revolutionary, shot and killed Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie. A few months later the great powers of Europe were at war.

Many Europeans entered the war thinking that victory would come easily. Few had the understanding shown by a 26 year-old conservative Member of Parliament, Winston Churchill, in 1901. "I have frequently been astonished to hear with what composure and how glibly Members, and even Ministers, talk of a European War." He went on to point out that in the past European wars had been fought by small professional armies, but in the future huge populations would be involved, and he predicted that a European war would end "in the ruin of the vanquished and the scarcely less fatal commercial dislocation and exhaustion of the conquerors."

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James W. Gerard. His image of Imperial Germany 1913-1918
Binoy Kampmark

James Watson Gerard, U. S. ambassador to Berlin between 1913 and 1917, was in many ways representative of Americans in their perceptions of Imperial Germany in that period. In his personal writings and despatches to Washington, Gerard’s views came to be unflattering, inspired by suspicions about Berlin’s expansionist aims and military tactics. His views of Imperial Germany fit neatly into an age which historian Merle Curti characterized as "a struggle between darkness and light, barbarism and civilization."1 Gerard believed Germany to be gripped by an institutionalized concept of conservative authoritarianism—a hostage of a militarist Prussian minority.

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Online World War I Indexes & Records

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US Army Order of Battle, 1919–1941
Volume 1 - The Arms: Major Commands and Infantry Organizations, 1919–41

by Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Steven E. Clay

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The Home Fires of Huntington: Women's Service Organizations in Cabell County, West Virginia, During the First World War
by Michael J. McCarthy, 22 October 1991

INTRODUCTION
On 31 January 1917 Count Johann Heinrich von Bernstorff, the German ambassador to the United States, presented a note to U.S. Secretary of State Robert Lansing in which he announced Germany's resumption of unrestricted U-boat warfare in the waters around Great Britain, France, Italy, and in the Eastern Mediterranean. All ships--military or merchant, enemy or neutral--met in this zone would be sunk. Memories of the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915 arose inside and outside Washington. Although Woodrow Wilson's declaration of war would not be delivered to Congress until more than two months later, many people viewed this resumption of Germany's U-boat policy as the Rubicon to war. The nation girded for battle.(4)

When the call to arms finally sounded throughout America in early April 1917, the women of the country responded in force. Existing organizations for war relief, such as the American Red Cross, and nascent women's organizations, such as the National League for Women's Service and the Women's Committee of the Council of National Defense, sought to organize and educate the women of the country so that they, too, could help America obtain victory. In many cases these organizations also sought to demonstrate the capabilities of women in a time of national need so that women could obtain the right to vote.(5)

The women of Cabell County, West Virginia, were quick to answer this call for female mobilization. This paper will examine some of the activities and members of women's organizations in Cabell County. It will seek to show how these women both shared a common, prewar ideology with women throughout the country and at the same time sought to expand the limits of that doctrine. Through this examination, one can see that the First World War provided the women of this community with a means of expressing their desires--both latent and conscious--to enter the sphere of public and therefore political life.

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First World War (read: 18343)
First World War—US Participation (read: 12323)
John George Quekemeyer (read: 11553)
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Sources on World War I Songs (read: 35476)
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Woodrow Wilson as Commander-in-Chief (read: 31730)
WWI Veterans: Jacksonville Beaches & Mayport, F... (read: 12714)


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World War I: Loyalty and Dissent in Mississippi During the Great War, 1917-1918
By Richard V. Damms

The president of the United States addressed the nation and called for war. Tyrants, he said, could not be allowed to destroy the bonds of civilization by engaging in inhumane and immoral actions that oppressed their own people and threatened their neighbors. The world had to be made safe for democracy.

The nation's leading newspapers overwhelmingly agreed with the president, but the American people were divided. While some enthusiastically backed the official call to arms, critics suggested that the war was being undertaken to further privileged economic interests.

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Soldiers of the coalfields

“The Kimball War Memorial Building is the nation’s first and only war memorial honoring African American soldiers that fought in World War I. Most Americans are unaware of the history of black service in WWI and that black troops made up one-third of the total U.S. fighting force. Remarkably, 1,500 of these African American soldiers came from McDowell County, West Virginia. The memorial was dedicated in 1928 and served as a center for community life until the early 1970s when the building began to deteriorate.

A fire in 1991 left only a roofless shell. Local efforts led to funding for restoration, which won an award from the prestigious American Institute of Architects. This project proposes the development and installation of permanent photographic exhibition honoring the African American solders as a facet of the restoration efforts. Until now, the building has been used for community meetings, and the commercial kitchen and upstairs auditorium rented out for special occasions. In 2009 I offered to make some prints for decorating the walls of the memorial to E. Ray Williams, one of the WWII black veterans who I have been interviewing and working with for the past five years. In fall 2009, in my advanced visual storytelling class, the students were challenged to edit an exhibit and website that told the stories of why the nation’s only major memorial to WWI African American veterans was in remote McDowell County. By the end of the semester, after visiting the community, they proposed that we actually do the project. And here we are after a year of research, travel to the National Archives for collecting more images and footage, hiring contractors, choosing paint schemes, wiring for lights, etc.”

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Doughboy Center - The Story of the American Expeditionary Forces
presented by The Great War Society

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Multi-informatieve Amerikaanse WOI-site met als zwaartepunt een aantal ego-documenten van Amerikanen die de oorlog van nabij of van verder weg hebben meegemaakt: http://www.waruntold.com/

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American Expeditionary Force in World War I

http://www.usaww1.com/American-Expeditionary-Force/index.php4

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The American Expeditionary Force in some ways marked the beginning of the United States as a superpower. It wasn't that the United States hadn't won wars before. It had. It wasn't that it hadn't beaten European powers before. It had. But World War I was the first time where the United States fought against and alongside the world's best armies on their home turf and showed that it was unequivocably as good as anyone. It would be a defining period, and it would mark one of several high points in the American Century.

The American involvement in World War I seems complex, but it isn't. The war started in August, 1914, but it wasn't until April, 1917 that the United States joined. It took another year before the ground forces of the American Expeditionary Force saw action.

The land battles between that time and the end of the war were as follows:

Battle of Seicheprey, April 20, 1918, US 26th Infantry Division
Battle of Cantigny, May 1918, US 1st Infantry Division
Belleau Wood, US Marines & US Army
Chateau-Thierry, June 1918, various divisions
St. Mihiel Offensive, September 12 - 15, 1918, various divisions
Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 26-November, 11, 1918, various divisions
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Kort geschiedenis filmpje van US Airforce over Lafayette Squadron.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3MYRdmA8F0
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Vrij uitgebreide site over de Amerikanen in WOI: http://www.wwvets.com/Index.html.

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