James, Arthur Horace, 1883-1973

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Arthur James, a resident of Barlow, Kentucky, discusses his experiences during the First World War. Included in the interview are his feelings about the war, his training to be in the ambulance service, the differences in military camps and the changes that occurred following the war. He explains why he served in Panama rather than in Europe. He also discusses the type of work he did after the war.

From the description of Oral history interview with Arthur James [sound recording], 1983 June 30 (Murray State University). WorldCat record id: 503107864

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associatedWith Belue, Ted, person
associatedWith Brown University. Library (Providence, Rhode Island). corporateBody
correspondedWith Hines, Lewis Graham, 1888-1960. person
associatedWith McNutt, Paul V. (Paul Vories), 1891-1955 person
associatedWith OAC Review Index. corporateBody
associatedWith OAC Review Index (University of Guelph) corporateBody
associatedWith OAC Review Index (University of Guelph) corporateBody
associatedWith United States. Army corporateBody
associatedWith United States. Army. Ambulance Company, 68th. corporateBody
Place Name Admin Code Country
Kentucky--Barlow
Jefferson Barracks (Saint Louis, Mo.)
United States
Camp Shelby (Miss.)
Camp Merritt (N.J.)
Panama
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World War, 1914-1918
Soldiers
World War, 1914-1918--Personal narratives, American
Military training camps
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Birth 1883-07-14

Death 1973-04-27

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