Dispatches from the U.S.S. DeKalb: March 11, 1918

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, March 11, 1918

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, March 11, 1918

March 11, 1918

Arose 7 A.M.

Worked in G.S.K. until 11 A.M.

Taken sick and had to go to my bunk.

Destroyers left us at 7 P.M.

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About Sean Patrick Hazlett

Conservative clean energy crusader, national security hawk, financial analyst, engineer, and former military officer.
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2 Responses to Dispatches from the U.S.S. DeKalb: March 11, 1918

  1. ron libby says:

    Geez- we Americans often just keep pushing till we’re literally falling over. Only way to get on with it!

  2. Seriously. From a historical perspective, March 1918 was when the first wave of influenza swept through through the U.S. and Europe. It is not inconceivable that he had the Spanish flu at a time when no one knew what it was yet.

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