- 132 pages
- Black & White
- 5.0 x 8.0 inches
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Biography, First World War, Battle of the Somme, WWI Conscription, 91st Infantry Division, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, History
A Hundred Years of Tears
One Soldier's Story from the Savannah to the Somme
Anna Guess Pick
Follow in the boot steps of Sgt. John Guess, a young soldier from Southern California and recipient of America’s Distinguished Service Cross, as he tells the story of his journey from the farm land of the Savannah Ranch to the farm lands of France which have now been turned into major battlefields. His actual letters, written mostly to his mother, in the few months before his death on November 7, 1918, tell this touching story.
Anna Guess Pick is a third generation member of the pioneer Guess family. Now retired, she worked in finance most of her life, writing for recreation and pleasure when time permitted. She lives in Chesterfield, Missouri, a suburb of Saint Louis.
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