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America's Answer: Documentary (part of the Following the Flag to France series) on the arrival in France of the first half-million American troops in the First World War, and their progress.

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Released: July 14, 1918
Genres: Documentary War
Director: Edwin F Glenn
Actors: No Famous Actors

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