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Diary of David Eichel, 1917


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[April 2, 1918] Capt. McLoughlin spoke about removing the “night cans.” He then spoke about the four non-com. services to be offered us. Advised us strongly to accept. Lieut. Mauschauser asked us to give a short statement as to how we regard the accepting of service and also our reasons. My statement. As a humanitarian & Soc. I cannot consistently accept any service either combattant or non-combattant. I consider human life more valuable than the ideals we are fighting

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