Excerpt from The American Legion Monthly, Vol. 14: April, 1933
On the first of April, 1919, the day of the murder, there te mained on duty only two officers and eleven enlisted men. First Lieutenant Cecil Hawks, a tall, sour, scowling officer who had been removed from duty at the front, commanded the detach ment. He was assisted by Second Lieutenant Norman Felding, an irresponsible youngster with a knack of looking tailormade in an issue uniform, an eye for beauty and a taste for good vintages.
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