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Camp Devens by Batchelder, Roger

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Published by Small, Maynard & Company in Boston .
Written in English

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Statementdescribed and photographed by Roger Batchelder ; with a forward by Roger Merrill ; with photographs taken by the author under the official authorization of the Committee on Public Information and the War Department, and with the endorsement of the authorities at Camp Devens
The Physical Object
Pagination94 p. :
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24979514M

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  In his book, “The Great Influenza- The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History“, the author John M. Barry wrote an entire chapter about the devastation caused by influenza in , at Camp Devens. My father in law was there. Although he never spoke much about the devastation, he acknowledged that his deployment to fight in France with the 73rd Infantry was delayed and then . Maps and Geospatial Data. Museum Artifacts. Historical Audio/Video. A doctor stationed at Camp Devens, a military base just west of Boston, writes to a friend and fellow physician, of the conditions to be found there as influenza was making its presence : American Experience.   In order to build the camp, the War Department assembled the largest labor force in history. New buildings sprang up at the rate of about ten per day and supported more than one hundred thousand troops that were processed at Camp Devens, as it was originally named, during World War I. Fort Devens is the first book to trace the military activity Brand: ArcadiaPublishing.