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By [this] time some of our men had tried to do this and led us into No Man’s Land. The white man always led us into No Man’s Land. They gave me the job of leading the platoon into action. The morning we repulsed the counter attack, we were sitting in the dugout, preparing ammunition. We had orders to move the gun up into No Man’s Land. We went by men scattered all over the field. Men were literally slashed and shattered. We set up the gun and an A[u]strian 88 shell broke between the two guns. The concussion killed the gunner of the other gun.

The white man always led us into No Man’s Land. They gave me the job of leading the platoon into action. The morning we repulsed the counter attack, we were sitting in the dugout, preparing ammunition. We had orders to move the gun up into No Man’s Land. We went by men scattered all over the field. Men were literally slashed and shattered. We set up the gun and an A[u]strian 88 shell broke between the two guns. The concussion killed the gunner of the other gun. From there, we fired the Stokes Mortar.

Ben Brave (Sioux) was fifty-two when he volunteered to serve as an army chaplain. He was rejected because of his age. He sent Dixon a copy of his letter offering his services to the military: 30 Serving for Duty and Justice oac o m a , s . d . f e b rua ry 2 3 , 1 9 1 8 To Honorable N. D. Baker, Secretary of War, Washington dc My Dear Honor Sir: I wish to be an undenominational volunteer Army Chaplain though an Episcopalian. I am a full blood Sioux of south Dakota. I was never ordained as a Minister nor am I a College graduate, but have just a plain education received at Hampton Inst.

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