Mildred Aldrich

Portrait of Mildred Aldrich Mildred Aldrich (1853-1928) was an American journalist, editor, writer and translator. She spent her early career as a journalist and editor in Boston before moving to Paris, where she continued working as a foreign correspondent and translator. In 1914, shortly before the start of World War I, she retired to a house in the French countryside overlooking the Marne River valley. She published a novel and four accounts of her life based on collections of her letters written during the war years. In 1922, she was awarded the French Legion of Honour in recognition of her assistance to soldiers and refugees, and the influence her books apparently had in persuading the United States government to declare war on Germany. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Aldrich, Mildred
    Published 1915
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    by Aldrich, Mildred, 1853-1928
    Published 1894
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    by Aldrich, Mildred, 1853-1928
    Published 2006
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    by Aldrich, Mildred, 1853-1928
    Published 1970
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    by Aldrich, Mildred, 1853-1928
    Published 1916
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    Published 1918
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