Rumanian soldiers renewing their oath of allegiance during the visit of Queen Marie and the American Red Cross delegates to the front


It established a station in Jassy, the provisional capital where the Government made its last stand, and for months the destitute in all the regions around were fed, clothed and brought back to health without cost.
     Those vast supplies of food, clothing, and hospi­tal equipment, which had been expected from America so confidently, never arrived. Shortage of ships and the difficulties of transport through Siberia and Russia so hindered that only one


A Rumanian boy orator giving an address of welcome to the King and Queen and the Princesses, in a Rumanian village just back of the front line