Craven County in World War I
This site includes numerous newspaper articles taken from The Morning New Bernian and The Sun-Journal during the years of World War I (1916-1919). Included in the selection are letters from soldiers written either from training camp or from the front in France. Other articles detail the deaths of Craven County soldiers during this period; some from enemy action, some from disease.
|Craven County's Fallen||Letters from Soldiers|
|Group Picture of Battery A 113th FA||Photographs of Local Soldiers and Sailors|
|Rough Rhymes of a Soldier by Sergeant Leo T. Brinson (ca. 1919 book of poetry)|
Lt. Tom C. Daniels: This Brave Soldier is now convalescing in the Army Hospital at Cape May, N.J., from an operation to remove shrapnel fragments from his body. He lost an eye in battle, but hopes soon to be among his friends in New Bern.
URL for this page is http://newbern.cpclib.org/research/wwi/index.html
Updated: November 20, 2014.