A soldier in World War I: the diary of Elmer W. Sherwood
Indiana Historical Society Press, Mar 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 193 pages
As a soldier with the 42nd (Rainbow) Division in France in World War I, Elmer Sherwood was an observer with uncommonly good judgment. If his descriptions lacked perfection they partook of an attractive innocence that brought out the truth of such battles as the horrendous Meuse-Argonne offensive that took 26,000 lives.
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I love this book. Elmer Sherwood, "Daddy Doc," is my great Uncle. I read it the first time when I was in junior High and I hit WW I in my American History stream. (I would hit it again in Highschool ...
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Having had a family member, who served in the 42nd Rainbow Division during WWI, Elmer W. Sherwood's diary provides a rare glimpse into life on front line. Sherwood was in reconnaissance and therefore ... Read full review
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