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Lodi rallies for war bond drive in 1918

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Posted: Friday, July 4, 2014 10:53 pm

Patriotic pressure to prove loyalty to the American flag was at a height in Lodi in the late spring of 1918.

By April 1918, the United States had been in the fight in World War I for one year with no end yet in sight. Lodi men had joined the ranks of soldiers and sailors shipped off to Europe to fight. The newspaper frequently reprinted their letters from camp, from ships and from the front.

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