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Shortly after the Americans arrived and began training in France, it was discovered that the leggings of the American Army were no match for the moisture of the French countryside and so puttees were issued for the whole A.E.F.; the attached notice ordered the entire U.S. Army to wear them in place of canvas leggings.

     


 

 

 

 

 

 

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