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Lost With The Lost Battalion

Clymer Soldier Remembered Nearly 100 Years Later

May 27, 2013

John Damcott was 22 years old when he was killed by a German bullet in 1918. Today he lies among 14,246 other graves at the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery in France. He grew up in Clymer....

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welshope

May-27-13 3:31 PM

It's a testament to your country that you remember these warriors , As the Centenary approaches we have millions of these men to remember , At the Battle of Passendale we were losing 4,000 a day it's hard to imagine such slaughter of our young men , But as we cannot thank them ,Then to remember them is an Honour in it's self .

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Raidergirl

May-27-13 8:16 AM

My Grandfather was one of the few that survived this battle, yet we know so little about it. Thank you for providing some details.

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