|To the memory of those heroic American youths who by their self-sacrificing devotion pointed out the path of duty and honor to their fellow countrymen.|
II. William Thaw, late of Yale.
X. Dr. Ryan under fire at Belgrade XIII. Richard Norton's Motor Ambulance Corps. XXII. Herbert Hoover and "Engineering Efficiency." XXVII. The Lafayette, or American, Escadrille
XIII. Richard Norton's Motor Ambulance Corps.
XXII. Herbert Hoover and "Engineering Efficiency."
XXVII. The Lafayette, or American, Escadrille
||The American Ambulance Field Service|
||Members of the Foreign Legion on leave in Paris, July 7, 1915|
|Doctor Richard P. Strong|
||The great central clothing supply station in Brussels|
|Major Raoul Lufbery|
The Publishers desire to express their acknowledgment of the courtesy of various other publishing houses for the privilege of including selections from their books in the following pages. The complete list of books from which quotations have been used, which will be of value to the reader who may wish to pursue any one of these subjects in more detail, is as follows:
"Letters of Henry Weston Farnsworth of the Foreign Legion." (Privately Printed.)
"War Letters of Edmond Genet." (Charles Scribner's Sons.)
"Victor Chapman's Letters from France." (Macmillan Co.)
"The War Story of Dillwyn Parrish Starr." (Privately Printed.)
"Letters and Diary of Alan Seeger." (Charles Scribner's Sons.)
"Poems of Alan Seeger." (Charles Scribner's Sons.)
"Harvard Volunteers in Europe." (Harvard University Press.)
"Friends of France." (Houghton Mifflin Co.)
"Ambulance No. 10." By Leslie Buswell. (Houghton Mifflin Co.)
"With a Military Ambulance in France, 1914-'15." By Clarence V. S. Mitchell. (Privately Printed.)
"Journal from Our Legation in Belgium." By Hugh Gibson. (Doubleday, Page & Co.)
"Fighting Starvation in Belgium." By Vernon Kellogg. (Doubleday, Page&Co.)
"Headquarters Nights." By Vernon Kellogg. (Atlantic Monthly Press)
"Flying for France." By James R. McConnell. (Doubleday, Page & Co.)
"With the French Flying Corps." By Carroll D. Winslow. (Charles Scribner's Sons.)
"Norman Prince." Edited by George F. Babbitt. (Houghton Mifflin Co.)
Selections have also been used from various periodicals, in several of which original publications were made, and to which credit has invariably been given in the text.