Blogs Category: World War I

The Lafayette Escadrille and American Neutrality at the Start of World War I

This is a guest blog by Jennifer Proctor, a metadata technician. Jennifer is working on the U.S. Reports project with Julie McVey and Quinn Smith. She is also working on the Statutes at Large project. You’ve probably heard of the Red Baron (Manfred von Richthofen) – the most famous German fighter pilot in history – but it […]