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Al-Nofi    5/9/2007 1:17:35 PM
BEAT A LONG ROLL FOR THE DOUGHBOY BEAT A LONG ROLL FOR THE DOUGHBOY By David C. Homsher At the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I in Europe, there were five million men under arms in the American Army, and two million of them were in the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) in France and Belgium. Before the last of the old veterans leave us forever, it behooves us to take a nostalgic look backwards at our inimitable Doughboys of 1917-1919. 1918 there were almost five million Americans wearing the military uniforms of their country. Today, less than one thousand of the doughboys of the American Expeditionary Forces . . .
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