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WHERE ARE THE AMERICANS?

Deployment Not Fast Enough, Lloyd George Tells House. Matter of Life or Death. The Tank Makes the Difference – Finally. Special to The Great War Project (19 November) For the British and especially the French, the American Expeditionary Force is far too slow to reach Europe. On this day a century ago, the new French…

FIRST AMERICANS KILLED IN FRANCE

French Are Bled White, but Are Americans Ready? What A Way to Get Leave. Special to The Great War Project. Editor’s note: an earlier caption on a graphic in this report misidentified it. It is Marshal Foch, the French military leader, not the French president Raymond Poincare (4 September) Some of the first Americans arrive…