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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

What was your attitude toward military service in general and toward your call in particular?: My attitude was that of hearty co-operation to bring the war to a successful termanation.

What were the effects of camp experiences in the United States upon yourself -- mental and physical?: Had no experience with camp life during the world war.

What were the effects upon yourself of your overseas experience?: A feeling of restlessness

What effects, if any, did your experience have on your religious belief?: My faith and trust were not changed but many experiences were trying on my belief.

If you took part in the fighting, what impressions were made upon you by this experience?: I gained no noticable impressions from the part I took in the fighting.

What has been the effect of all these experiences as contrasted with your state of mind before the war?: Restlessness.

Photographs-- If possible enclose one taken before entering the service and one taken afterwards in uniform, both signed and dated.

Additional data:

Signed at (place): W.S. Receiving Ship

on (date): June 23,

year: 1920

(full name): Charles Pleasant Clark

(rank): Chief Pharmacists Mate

(branch of service): Hospital Corps.

The information contained in this record, unless otherwise indicated, was obtained from the following persons or sources::

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