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" ... men like that Victor Chapman who died to rescue his American and French co-aviators nearly overcome by a more numerous enemy, and whose father, so justly admired for his gifts of mind and heart, decided that his son's remains should lie buried where... "
Victor Chapman's Letters from France: With Memoir - Page 29
by Victor Emmanuel Chapman - 1917 - 196 pages
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Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 10

Albert Bushnell Hart - World War, 1914-1918 - 1920
...decided that his son's remains should be buried where he had fallen: 'Let him rest with his comrades'; or that Richard Hall, killed by a shell while on the...who felt that his hour could not be far remote and in expectation of it had written from the blood-soaked battlefield where he had fought for Liberty....
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Annual Report

American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society - 1917
...that his son's remains should lie buried where he had fallen : ' Let him rest with his comrades ;' or that Richard Hall, killed by a shell while on the...that his hour could not be far remote and who, in expectation of it, had written from the bloodsoaked battlefield where he had fought for liberty : '...
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Annual Report

American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society - 1917
...that his son's remains should lie buried where he had fallen : ' Let him rest with his comrades ;' or that Richard Hall, killed by a shell while on the...whose mother hesitated to accept a permit to visit his flo\verwreathed tomb at the front ' because French mothers are not allowed to do so;' or that Harvard...
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