AT HOME AND ABROAD: Join the Army, See the World

More American boys are now seeing the world than have traveled with all the fellowships, student groups and Cook's tours since World War I. News items and letters from a score of foreign fronts are beginning to tell the story of this worldwide experiment in wartime internationalism. Some of the doughboys like it, others are homesick. Some of their doings are amusing, some rude, some healthy, some sentimental. All are educational, promising a better understanding of the world and its people than the U.S. has ever had before.

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