Patrick Gregory describes Selective Service - how US created its WW1 army, with a mobilisation of 4 million troops by November 1918.
Patrick Gregory tells the story of how Missing In Action sailor Herbert Hammond Renshaw was finally commemorated – just in time for Centennial Memorial Day 2017.
Listen to BBC’s Rhod Sharp in conversation with author Patrick Gregory, including extracts of Arthur Kimber Clifford’s own words.
Co-author Patrick Gregory writes for the BBC online website about the American entry to WWI.
Dan Snow, ‘History Guy’ and BBC History presenter hears how the story of US WW1 entry and involvement is presented through the eyes and pen of Arthur Clifford Kimber (Audio).
Prof. Trout of the University of South Alabama describes why he believes that ‘An American on the Western Front is both historically valuable and deeply moving’.
Co-author Patrick Gregory writes about his book in this in-house magazine of American Citizens Abroad – including what it was like to write a book with his mother-in-law!
G. Alan Knight is impressed with Kimbers’ idealism: ‘Kimber epitomizes the combination of American idealism and dedication to duty.’
In Vanity Fair’s ‘Hot Type’ section Kimber’s letters are described as ‘epistolary artillery’