In Kingston's letter to his mother, he describes his activities in Thisancourt, France. He mentions that he bought a pin for his daughter from the home of Joan of Arc and a German iron cross for his son. He also describes his observations about train travel in France, travelling to St. Die without authorization, damage to Nancy from cannon fire and bombing, a livestock auction, and a program where French soldiers can serve in the Polish Army at an increased pay rate. This letter was sent from Thisancourt, France.
Kingston, Ceylon S., "Letter from Ceylon Kingston to his mother, dated March 7, 1919" (1919). Ceylon S. Kingston Papers. 18.
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