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The dazzle ship HMS Justicia photographed from the USS St. Louis. Launched on July 9, 1914 as SS Statendam for the Holland America line, the ship was requisitioned by the British government and used as a troop transport. It sank on July 22, 1918 after a 24-hour fight with German submarines.
Text, handwritten: USS St Louis  & H.M.S. Justicia

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U.S.S. St Louis and Justisia convoyed to ? England loaded with American troops We left Halifax Canada May 5 - 1918more The dazzle ship HMS Justicia photographed from the USS St. Louis. Launched on July 9, 1914 as SS Statendam for the Holland America line, the ship was requisitioned by the British government and used as a troop transport. It sank on July 22, 1918 after a 24-hour fight with German submarines. Handwritten: USS St Louis & H.M.S. Justicia



Reverse, Handwritten: U.S.S. St Louis and Justisia convoyed to ? England loaded with American troops We left Halifax Canada May 5 - 1918
Justicia, HMS Justicia, Justisia, HMS Justisia, dazzle ship, convoy, USS St. Louis, St. Louis, 1918, 1918-07-22, dazzle ship
Newsboys Memorial to Albert Edward Scott, Company H, 101st United States Infantry, A.E.F., Killed in Action at Epieds, France, July 23, 1918. Designed by Theo Alice Ruggles Kitson (1871-1932), sculptor. Installed 1923 at Brookline, Massachusetts town hall (ww1mproject.org/items/show/765, July 6, 2018). Further information on Scott, who lied about his age and enlisted at the age of 15, can be found (July 6, 2018) at www.wickedlocal.com/x206836716/Age-didnt-stop-young-Brookline-newsboy-from-becoming-a-WWI-legend.
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Newsboys Memorial to Albert Edward Scott, Company H, 101st United States Infantry, A.E.F., Killed in Action at Epieds France July 23 1918more Newsboys Memorial to Albert Edward Scott, Company H, 101st United States Infantry, A.E.F., Killed in Action at Epieds, France, July 23, 1918. Designed by Theo Alice Ruggles Kitson (1871-1932), sculptor. Installed 1923 at Brookline, Massachusetts town hall (ww1mproject.org/items/show/765, July 6, 2018). Further information on Scott, who lied about his age and enlisted at the age of 15, can be found (July 6, 2018) at www.wickedlocal.com/x206836716/Age-didnt-stop-young-Brookline-newsboy-from-becoming-a-WWI-legend. Newsboys Memorial to Albert Edward Scott

Company H, 101st United States Infantry A.E.F.

Killed in Action at Epieds France July 23 1918
Newsboys Memorial, Albert Edward Scott, Albert Scott, Company H, 101st United States Infantry, AEF, killed in Action, KIA, Epieds, France, July, 1918, 1918-07-23
Line on the Ourcq showing advance of the Allies in the Marne Salient from July 18 to July 27, 1918. From %i1%The History of The A.E.F.%i1% by Shipley Thomas.more Line on the Ourcq showing advance of the Allies in the Marne Salient from July 18 to July 27, 1918. From The History of The A.E.F. by Shipley Thomas. Line on the Ourcq showing advance of the Allies in the Marne Salient from July 18 to July 27, 1918. 1918-07-27, 1918, July, Line on the Ourcq, Marne Salient