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Can you name the notable figures who served as ambulance drivers during World War I?
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French writer and film director known for 'La Belle et la Bête' and 'Les Enfants Terribles'; ambulance driver for the Red Cross.
E. E. _____
American poet known for his unique syntax and punctuation, author of 'in Just-' and 'anyone lived in a pretty how town', ambulance driver in France during the war.
American animator of 'Steamboat Willie' who joined the Red Cross as a driver, serving in Europe immediately following the Armistice.
John _____ (2 wds)
American writer best known for his 'U.S.A.' trilogy, volunteer ambulance driver in Paris and Italy.
American author of 'The Maltese Falcon'; ambulance driver in Camp Meade, MD until his discharge for tuberculosis.
American author of 'A Farewell to Arms', which was based on his experiences driving an ambulance on the Italian front.
Jerome K. _____
English writer of the classic humorous travelogue 'Three Men in a Boat', ambulance driver for the French Army at the age of 56.
American entrepreneur responsible for the success of McDonald's; trained as a Red Cross ambulance driver, though the war ended before he was sent to Europe.
American poet appointed Librarian of Congress by FDR, author of 'Ars Poetica' and 'You, Andrew Marvell'; served as ambulance driver and later artillery captain in WWI.
British poet laureate known for 'Sea-Fever' who was in charge of a motorboat ambulance service at Gallipoli.
W. Somerset _____
British author of 'Of Human Bondage' and 'The Moon and Sixpence', ambulance driver for the British Red Cross.
French composer of 'Bolero' and 'Pavane for a Dead Princess'; ambulance driver on the Western Front during the war.
Robert W. _____
Canadian poet known for Yukon-themed poetry such as 'The Cremation of Sam McGee', Ambulance driver for American Red Cross.
Ralph _____ (2 wds)
English composer of 'Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis' and 'The Lark Ascending'; volunteer in a Royal Army Medical Corps ambulance brigade.
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