In Kingston's letter to his mother, he describes his activities in Thisancourt, France. He writes about increasing prices for kerosine, food, and other goods. He also describes his travels to Neufchateau and Domremy, the birthplace of Joan of Arc, the movement of French troops in the region, and his suspiscion that American troop levels will continue to remain high until Germany signs a treaty. This letter was from Thisancourt, France.
Kingston, Ceylon S., "Letter from Ceylon Kingston to his mother, dated February 22, 1919" (1919). Ceylon S. Kingston Papers. 16.
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