Ambulance 464 Encore Des Bless?'s: The Experiences of an American Volunteer with the French Army During the First World War (Hardcover)
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Experiences of a motor ambulance driver The author of this book was a Princeton student who became a member and driver of the American Ambulance Field Service-a group of young volunteers who travelled to Europe to assist the French war effort during the Great War before the United States took an active part in the conflict. His is a personal story derived from diary notes he made on active service. Although he freely admits to the reader that he volunteered to see the war and experience some excitement predictably his actual experiences of the battlefield and the suffering of French soldiers and civilians alike made a profound impression upon him. Bryan provides the reader with a clear and interesting view of the life of an American volunteer driver and his impressions of war in the trenches with the French Army on the Western Front. Available in soft cover and hard cover with dust jacket.