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During the closing months of the American presence in France, one element can be found in the majority of the Doughboy's letters written to loved ones at home:

"The French aren't treating us as nice".

Not too long after his demobilization from the U.S. Army, journalist Alexander Woollcott (1887 - 1943) attempted to explain this situation for his readers in THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW.

The author is caricatured above.

Click here to read an article about the W.W. I veterans and their wish for global peace.

     


1919: Franco-American Relationship Begin to Cool (The North American Review, 1919)

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