Postcard of Esch-Alzette sent by Pvt. Joseph W. Knox to his mother
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- 1919 May 7
Pvt. Joseph William Knox of Dyer, Tennessee served in Co. E, 11th Inf. Regt. during the war. He arrived in France in September, 1918, and saw action during the final week of the Meuse-Argonne offensive. After the armistice, he remained in France until July 1919. He wrote that he attended signal school and sent home some things for Jack and Harry, Jr. At the time, he thought he would be returning home in two weeks. His diary [GWjack021] explains further. [See also GWjack018-024, 500-516]
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