Daniels, Nick


Grand Forks County (North Dakota) in the World War (World War I), The Page Printerie Inc, Grand Forks, North Dakota, approx 1920

Nick Daniels

Sergeant, "M" Co., 164th Infantry, 41st (Sunset) Division; son of Jacob Daniels of Grand Forks and born in Russia November 20, 1899 entered service in fall of 1917 and trained at Camps Greene, Mills and Merritt; overseas Dec 14, 1917, landing in England, going to France two weeks later; after arrival in France transfered to 26th Infantry, 1st Division with which organization he saw active combat service at Cantigny, Soissons and in the Meusa-Argonne offensive; killed in action in the Argonne Forest on Oct 5, 1918. Sergeant Daniels died in the arms of Private Herndon, a Grand Forks boy, on the Argonne battlefield and his last words were that: "He was going strong to the last."

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