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By Jim Leeke,Gary Mitchem,Mark Durr

This quantity provides conscientiously chosen, and annotated, articles approximately major-leaguers serving at domestic and out of the country within the U.S. militia in the course of global warfare I. a few persevered to play ball within the army. Others fought the Germans within the trenches, within the air and at sea. a number of misplaced their lives in strive against or to disorder. a couple of grew to become heroes. From destiny corridor of Famers to journeymen and unknowns, every one did his duty.

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