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Virginia and the Great War : Mobilization, Supply and Combat, 1914-1919 - by Lynn Rainville (Paperback)

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The author examines the involvement of Virginia and Virginians in all aspects of service in World War I from 1914 to 1919, including African Americans, women, and children. She describes contributions involving provisions, including food rationing, handing out food to troops on their way to training camps, remount depots, weaponry, pilots and airplanes, and ships; participants like troops abroad, students, medical personnel, the Women’s Land Army, the Red Cross, women workers, immigrants, the Defense Council, the State Guard, and military chaplains; remnants of the war in the state; casualties and memorials; homecomings; and commemorations. Annotation ©2018 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (
Number of Pages: 180.0

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