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Temecula Area Men Volunteer Serve as “Doughboys” WW I

From Internet Sources and documents provided by Jeffery Harmon

     Over a hundred years ago, World War I was entering its second year in Europe. America was still embroiled in the controversy over the sinking of the RMS Lusitania in June 1915, and closer to home President Wilson was concerned with national defense of America’s southern border with Mexico. Beginning in 1910 Mexico was dealing with an on-going revolution between the dictatorial government of Venustiano Carranza and rebel forces led by Gens. Francisco “Pancho” Villa and Emiliano Zapata.

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FEFRUARY 2018 - After Years, Finally a New Temecula Bank
MARCH 2018 - Juan Murrieta Introduced Avocados to So. California
APRIL 2018 - Ralph Love Pen & Ink Drawings on Display at History Center
MAY 2018 - Temecula as a Cattle Town
JUNE 2018 - Last Items from Tom Hudson Print Shop Retreived and in new Caring Hands
JULY 2018 - Temecula Area Men Volunteer to Serve as “Doughboys” in WW I