History of Company E, 355th Infantry A. E. F

James H. Ross

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Each member of the company was requested to have his photo graph taken by a German or French photographer for the purpose of making our history more valuable and complete. The boys were all willing to make the book a success and they responded very readily to this suggestion. In conjunction with this a number of pictures were taken by the boys themselves and nearly every picture in this book was photographed in France or Germany. It was necessary, however, in a few cases to obtain photographs after arriving home from boys or parents of the boys due to the fact that they were separated from the company, either being killed, wounded or sick at the time the other pictures were taken. It must be realized that each and every individual is possessed with original ideas especially regarding the terrible struggle which introduced into so many families a certain sorrow that will perhaps never be lived down. Imagination is a wonderful trait and is so often overestimated, but very few are possessed with the power to picture real action in the front as it really was. How well we would like to take each and every one of our readers, other than members of the company, through the battle scarred and devastated territories. This would be a wonderful course of military instruction and would teach more than we would ever be able to explain. This tour would burn into the brain of each individual certain pictures so that when the word war was mentioned there would leap before the eye visions causing a cer tain unusual tenderness of feeling for the boys who experienced ral suffering in the front lines and sacrificed their lives for their country.
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