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Doughboys Demobilized
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If you feel slightly ashamed for not knowing why American soldiers were called "Doughboy" during the First World War, don't - because a lot of the Doughboys themselves didn't know either. One of them wrote to the editors at The Stars & Stripes to find out - here is the official explanation offered by the old salts at the paper. An attempt was also made to explain the term "Buck Private".

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Origin of the Word  'Doughboy'   (The Stars and Stripes, 1919)

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