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Americans at War in Foreign Forces

                                          1914 -1945


  Companion Book
The story of named American war dead still buried abroad since 1804. 

American Ambulance and Medical

The Norton-Harjes American Volunteer Ambulance service was
associated with the Red Cross. Many of its ambulances were Model T Fords. They were shipped to Europe not fully assembled, in wooden boxes. Upon final assembly of the vehicle, the box was then converted into the ambulance body. (American Field Service).

The full roster of the American Field Service can be found online and  starts on page 553 of  History of the American Field Service in France: "Friends of France" 1914-1917 : told by its members, Vol. 3.