Zenos R. Miller World War I Diary

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Title

Zenos R. Miller World War I Diary

Subject

World War I

Description

The diary of American flying ace Zenos Ramsey Miller. It reads:

"200
Friday, July 19, 1918

The destruction of a Fokker biplane by Lt. Z. R. Miller was reported today. This occurred near St. Remy Oulchy, altitude 2500 meters. Awaiting confirmation.

201
Saturday, July 20, 1918

"Lt. Z. R. Miller" failed to return today. The loss of Lt. Miller was indeed a blow. His splendid record marks him as one of our ablest fliers, an ideal Flight Commander and a peer amongst men who admired him for his many good qualities. He had proved his worth as a patrol leader."

Creator

Dylan Clyne

Source

Smithsonian Digital Volunteers

Publisher

Smithsonian Air and Space Museum

Date

July, 1918

Contributor

Zenos Ramsey

Rights

Public Domain

Format

Transcript

Language

English

Type

Personal Diary

Citation

Dylan Clyne, “Zenos R. Miller World War I Diary,” Narrative North Georgia, accessed June 19, 2024, https://narrative.drbushstudentsandbox.org/items/show/179.