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This book is the first in a series of Collin County Freedom Fighters True Stories from the Wall of Honor, by Ronnie D. Foster, in association with the Collin County History History Museum.

In 1917, the United States went to war. With the Great War in Europe raging, the young men and women of America stepped forward to take up the fight for the cause of freedom. World War I was also known as “The War to End All Wars” because there had been so much savage destruction and such a loss of lives.

Of the hundreds of young Collin County Freedom Fighters who would leave their homes in North Texas, seventy-one swore the oath of allegiance, donned the uniform; yet, never came home after World War I. These are their stories.

“A soldier is not dead until he is forgotten.” RD Foster, Semper Fi

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