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Accompanied by a photograph depicting the cold weather uniforms worn by each of the six Allied armies that served time in Vladivostok, Siberia(North Russia), this article is a reminiscence told by one of the American veterans of that cold, uncomfortable and forgotten campaign:

"That far-off group of Americans, consisting of the 27th and 31st Infantry Regiments, Ambulance Company No. 4, Field Hospital Company No. 4, a telegraph company and several supply units, became known as the 'Wolfhounds' or 'Snowdogs'..."

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The A.E.F. in North Russia 1918 -1919  (American Legion Monthly, 1934)

The A.E.F. in North Russia 1918 -1919  (American Legion Monthly, 1934)

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