The American Volunteer Motor-ambulance Corps in France

The American Volunteer Motor-ambulance Corps in France

by Henry James (Author)
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History. Its mission was to assist the movement of wounded Allied troops from the battlefields to hospitals in France during World War I. The Corps began with two cars and four drivers. When John Dos Passos joined the corps in 1917, the service had 13 sections of 600 American volunteer drivers and 300 ambulances. (from GoodReads)

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October 15, 2018
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