Diary of Pvt. Joseph William Knox
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Pvt. Joseph William Knox was a young farmer from Dyer, Tennessee, who enlisted in July 1918. In this diary, given to him by the Red Cross, he recounted his experiences training at Camp Gordon, Georgia, traveling to Camp Merritt, N. J., sailing to France, and serving in Co. E, 11th Inf. Regt. during the last week of the Meuse-Argonne offensive in Verdun and Brandeville. After the war, he hiked from town to town on guard duty and was honorably discharged July 31, 1919. [See also GWjack018-024, 500-516]
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