Peace

November 12, 1918 – Full diary entry:

“Peace is now assured. I expect to be here until Spring. Major Lemmon leaves for the U.S. today.

When peace came we were going into another drive on Metz.”


Major Lemmon had been seriously wounded in the Meuse-Argonne; glad to see that he was out of the hospital and able to travel. This photo was taken the following March, when the recently promoted Lt. Colonel Lemmon was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross.

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