November 10-11, 1918

| March 30, 2012

**Journal** November 10, 1918 Great news—Kaiser has quit! If he is thru, then German militarism will soon fall to pieces. Radio msg tonight from Foch says all allied operations will be suspended tomorrow at 11 A.M. Guess they are going to sign the armistice after all. **Journal** November 11, 1918 Hostilities ceased at 11 A.M. […]

November 6-9, 1918

| March 28, 2012

**Journal** November 6, 1918 Busy again all day. Rained last night which added to our woes. The roof leaked and the rain drove all of the rats and mice into our barracks. Rec’d more mail today, Oct. 1. **Journal** November 7, 1918 Telephone information just came saying Germany had come out with flag of truce […]

November 3-5, 1918

| March 26, 2012

**Journal** November 3, 1918 Sunday—Rain today. We move tomorrow A.M. at daybreak. My roommate East was show down in Germany this afternoon. Went to Bar-le-Duc after dinner and had a hot shower. Push continues up on the front.     **Journal** November 4, 1918 Julvécourt: Moved over here today. This is an awful hole. We […]

October 30-November 2, 1918

| March 23, 2012

**Journal** October 30, 1918 Clear day—Like summer. Flights all day long. Joey was killed this morning. Six fokkers did it, 10 Km in Germany. Big push up here due any day. Feeling “bully.” **Journal** October 31, 1918 Spent all day up at the front getting radio situation O.K. for tomorrow. Big attack starts in the […]

October 29, 1918

| March 21, 2012

France, October 29, 1918 Dear Dad: (How do you like your new title?) I have a new plaything now in the shape of a Corona typewriter, so will endeavor to put it into immediate use. Our squadron supply received a few recently, so I got hold of one for the Radio Department. It comes in […]

October 29, 1918

| March 19, 2012

**Journal** October 29, 1918 Letter 26. Wonderful day. Just like a summer day. Warm and clear. Flying all day long. Attack is brewing up here at Verdon. Fresh rumors of Austria quitting. We are anxious to see the papers. Received three letters, one from Modesto, Aunt Karrie and Aura in N.Y. Letter No. 26 France, […]

October 26-28, 1918

| March 16, 2012

**Journal** October 26, 1918 Foggy all day and very cold. Wrote some letters. We are expecting to move up closer to the front as soon as a new field can be located. Fields are scarce here due to forests. The push is going to start again soon. **Journal** October 27, 1918 Sunday! Foggy and cold. […]

October 25, 1918

| March 14, 2012

**Journal** October 25, 1918 Letter 25. Received 18 letters today. They were all June and July mail that had been held up. Was mighty glad to get them. Went down to Bar-le-Duc for a bath today. Big push is on us by Grandpre. The Boche are resisting strongly here. Letter No. 25 France, October 25, […]

October 23-24, 1918

| March 12, 2012

**Journal** October 23, 1918 Clear all day today. Quite a change. Warm, too! Ships were on the go all day after photos. Lost Johnson and Kennedy by archies. No mail yet. Nothing new. Expect to move when mud dries up.       **Journal** October 24, 1918 Letter 24. Received good long letter from Paw […]

October 22, 1918

| March 9, 2012

**Journal** October 22, 1918 Misty today—cleared in P.M. Wrote to Aunt Karrie and also several cards. Looks now like the war will continue for quite a while. Guess the Boche will just have to be “cleaned up” entirely before we can trust them and deal with them. France, October 22, 1918 Dear Folks: Just a […]