American Red Cross
From Linking experiences of World War One
|American Red Cross|
|Years active:||21/5/1881 –|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Specific type:||Red Cross society|
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|Name1:||American Red Cross|
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|For more information on what infobox fields mean, see documentation at military unit, command structure and theatre of war.|
|Parent unit:||International Committee of the Red Cross|
Margaret Hall worked in an American Red Cross canteen at Chalons in France. Massachusetts Historical Society has a collection of her photos and papers, and has published her memoirs:
- Photos at Massachusetts Historical Society website.
- Memoirs published as Hall, Margaret (2014). Higonnet, Margaret R.; Soloman, Susan, eds. Letters and Photographs from the Battle Country: The World War I Memoir of Margaret Hall. Massachusetts Historical Society. ISBN 978-1-936520-07-7.
Unit war diaries
No war diaries exist for this unit. This could be because:
- units and formations were only required to keep official war diaries when operating in a theatre of war.
- war diaries were created but no longer survive.
- some unit pages on this site that represent groups of formation troops don't correspond to a unit or staff department that kept war diaries.