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Trench and Camp

Trench and Camp was a multi-edition World War I-era newspaper for US Army personnel, with common content produced by the National War Work Council of the Y.M.C.A. of the United States, and local content produced in cooperation with local newspapers. The edition featured here was published (at least initially) by the New York World, for soldiers in Camp Upton.

Publication History

The first issue of the Camp Upton edition is dated October 8, 1917. It ran at least until August 1919, and probably ceased publication then or shortly thereafter.

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