The American Legion Weekly [Volume 3, No. 51 (December 23, 1921)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- How the Lost Battalion Was Lost by William E. Moore, Formerly Captain, S.C, Historical Branch, G.H.Q., A.E.F.
- Banishing Guesswork from Industry by Floyd W. Parsons
- So This Is a Shell Hole! The "World's Best Job," as Seen by a Yank Who Went to France Twice. Illustrations by Charles Baskerville, Jr.
- The Compensation Bill's Benefits
- Choosing Americans by Horsepower by William Slavens McNutt
- Merry Christmas! [comic] by Wallgren
- Compensation- and a Financier
- The Parson with a Punch by Sanford Jarrell
- The New Membership Card System and How It Works
- Keep Away from the Orient
- Bursts and Duds
- Keeping Step with the Legion
- Pro And Con: Editorial Comment on the Activities of The American Legion
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