Jean Louis Kerouac was born to a Franco-American family in Lowell, Mass.
When he discovered that it was not "a feint," the Franco-American army was beyond reach.
This overhauling brought the end of the Franco-American honeymoon.
Intense artillery fire, lasting four hours, leveled the German positions before the Franco-American troops advanced.
The Franco-American forces continued to make gains with an advance in the Chezy sector northwest of the line.
There follows a description of sixteen medals commemorative of Franco-American history, placed in the same case.
In Franco-American hands the hill swung the line more to the east in the track of the general advance.
Scarcely a week went by without bringing one or two additional recruits to the Franco-American Corps.
The terrain was mostly woody in the area above the Marne where the Franco-American line had reached.
Decidedly he was not in the same class with this heroic Franco-American.