US Neutrality & Esquadrille Lafayette

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Dare Furor
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US Neutrality & Esquadrille Lafayette

Post by Dare Furor » 07 Jul 2006 01:57

I understand that America claimed neutrality in the 1st WW, but France had the American "Esquadrille Lafayette." Did the Germans have anything like a "Jasta von Steuben?"


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Post by cj » 07 Jul 2006 06:24

More Americans volunteered in the armies of the central powers than the allied powers when the war started, but it's kind of hard to get through the British Navy and the French Army to actually partake in the battles.

check this book out:
http://www.phenomenologycenter.org/course/german.pdf

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