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" I, who remain at my little listening post upon the advice of my Bishop, feel certain, Sir, that I do but speak for Monseigneur Ginisty, Lord Bishop of Verdun, my parishioners of Rupt, Mouilly and Genicourt, and the people of this vicinity, in conveying... "
The War Story of C Battery, One Hundred and Third U.S. Field Artillery ... - Page 143
by Henry T. Samson, George C. Hull - 1920 - 248 pages
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History of the Yankee Division

Harry A. Benwell - World War, 1914-1918 - 1919 - 283 pages
...the Meuse; have foully murdered three hostages from Mouilly; have shelled Rupt; and on July 23, 1915, forced its inhabitants to scatter to the four corners...conveying to you and your associates the heartfelt and unforgettable gratitude of all. Several of your comrades lie at rest in our truly Christian and French...
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Smashing Through "the World War"

Edward D. Sirois, William McGinnis - World War, 1914-1918 - 1919 - 176 pages
...of the Meuse, have murdered three hostages from Mouilly, have shelled Rupt, and on July 23rd 1915, forced its inhabitants to scatter to the four corners...vicinity in conveying to you and your associates, the heartful and unforgetable gratitude of all. ' ' Several of your comrades lie at rest in our truly Christian...
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History of the Yankee Division

Harry A. Benwell - World War, 1914-1918 - 1919 - 283 pages
...the Meuse; have foully murdered three hostages from Mouilly; have shelled Rupt; and on July 23, 1915, forced its inhabitants to scatter to the four corners...Ginisty, Lord Bishop of Verdun, my parishioners of 149 Rupt, Mouilly and Genicourt, and the people of this vicinity, in conveying to you and your associates...
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The Fighting Yankees Overseas

Bert Ford - World War, 1914-1918 - 1919 - 259 pages
...Meuse, have foully murdered three hostages from Mouilly, have shelled Rupt, and, on July 23, 1915, forced its inhabitants to scatter to the four corners of France. I, who remain at my listening post upon the advice of my bishop, feel certain, sir, that I do but speak for Monseigneur...
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New England in France, 1917-1919: A History of the Twenty-sixth Division, U ...

Emerson Gifford Taylor - World War, 1914-1918 - 1920 - 325 pages
...its inhabitants to scatter to the four corners of France. I, who remain at my little listening-post upon the advice of my Bishop, feel certain, Sir, that...conveying to you and your associates the heartfelt and unforgettable gratitude of all. Several of your comrades lie at rest in our truly Christian and French...
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Dear Old "K".

James T. Duane - World War, 1914-1918 - 1922 - 210 pages
...July 23, 1915, forced its inhabitants to scatter to the four corners of France. "I, who remain at my listening post upon the advice of my bishop, feel...conveying to you and your associates the heartfelt and unforgettable gratitude of all. "Several of your comrades lie at rest in our truly Christian and French...
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Dear Old "K".

James T. Duane - World War, 1914-1918 - 1922 - 210 pages
...the Meuse, have foully murdered three hostages from Mouilly, have shelled Rupt, and on July 23, 1915, forced its inhabitants to scatter to the four corners of France. "I, who remain at my listening post upon the advice of my bishop, feel certain, sir, that I do but speak for Monseigneur...
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