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Standing in a field where Pop Crane was killed

10895- box 1 file 3-010.  This was a wheat field in July 1918 and into it my company advanced on the 19th.  The machine gun bullets were literally sprayed over it by the Germans and on the spot where I stand Pop Crane was killed. 

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