December 2-5, 1918

| April 18, 2012

**Journal** December 2, 1918 Went riding this afternoon in the Ford. Saw some Boche planes that were turned over to us. Saw Gothas, Fokkers and Iron Junker. Very interesting. Nothing new about moving or going home. Clear cold weather. No mail for a long time. **Journal** December 3, 1918 Rain and fog all day. Expect […]

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 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 3-7, 1918

| February 20, 2012

**Journal** October 3, 1918 Lines have not changed much today. Not much activity. Saw Roland Meyer today. He is in Chause nearby. He shot down a Boche yesterday and got his insignia and iron cross. Clear and much warmer. No mail today. **Journal** October 4, 1918 Attack started this A.M. again. The old 1st Div. […]

October 1-2, 1918

| February 15, 2012

**Journal** October 1, 1918 The line did not change today. We lost a ship with Fox and Phillips, two mighty fine fellows. Their protection was shot down but the men escaped. Very cold and snappy. No mail. Good news from the other fronts. **Journal** October 2, 1918 Letter # 21. Quite a little activity on […]

September 14-16, 1918

| January 27, 2012

**Journal** September 14, 1918 Explosions started again tonight at 5 P.M. Saw about 1,000 Boche prisoners today. They were taken this A.M. Cleared us today. Had two failures today, hard luck! Rumors have it we may move again. Hope not. **Journal** September 15, 1918 Sunday: Busy today with radio. Changing all generators. Push still on. […]