The Children of France

by Ruth Royce

While the Author cannot personally vouch for the stories related in this volume, she has full confidence in the sources of her information--men who have seen and heard on the battlefields of France, and who have related to her these and many other like incidents illustrating the heroism of the Children of France. Some of the stories the relators have learned through personal observation, while others have come to them indirectly. The author, therefore, believes each story set down here to be authentic, and so offers them to the liberty-loving boys and girls of America.


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