The commander of the American Second Army in France proves in swift survey that not only did American soldiers fight in France, but that the confidence, and spirit, and intrepid courage smung defeat into victory. Decries the ""always belittlin'"" the part played by America -- and presents facts to prove his contention. Brief history of the part played -- full credit -- and a plea to stay out of the next war. Sell to war veterans. Good tie-up with Harbord book (see page 30), published the week before.