U.S. Citizens Involvement in World War I

archive-lycee-pasteu-2The U.S. Embassy in Paris organized on April 8, 2014 at the Lycée Pasteur in Neuilly-sur-Seine, which was requisitioned on August 8, 1914 by the French Ministry of War for the American Field Service, a conference for 200 students on “U.S. Citizens’ Involvement in World War I.” Speakers included Chief Medical Officer Jean-Dominique Caron, Recruitment Service of the French Foreign Legion; Retired Chief Medical Officer Jean-Jacques Ferrandis, Honorary Curator of the Medical Army Service Museum at the Val-de Grace Hospital (Paris); and Retired Colonel Peter Herrly, U.S. Army.