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Albert Huntington Easingwood

Submitted by: Richard C. Easingwood, St. 

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Albert Huntington Easingwood served in World War 1 with the the United States Army. The dates of service are: Known Aug 1917-1919.


He was in Boston when the US entered WW-I. He joined the Army in the summer of 1917 with the 10th Engineer Regiment and was sent to France. After "Stars and Stripes" (The official AEF paper) was set up in Paris, he was transfered to that organization where he served until the Armistice. He was an assistant treasurer and a reporter for "The Stars and Stripes Association, U.S.A." After the war, he was among a group of soldiers who were chosen to attend foreign universities for graduate work. He spent several months at University College of the University of London.








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