Memories of Camp Cody Weblog

August 29, 2008

My Camp Cody Web Site

Filed under: Main Post — Michael Kromeke @ 7:07 pm
For those of you looking for some history to Camp Cody, I have a web site at:
This site contains over 100 pictures of the WW1 Camp and many articles about the camp. Please feel free to take a look. I put nine or more “NEW” pictures each month on my web site and take down the ones from the previous month. If anyone wants to share scans of their pictures of Camp Cody I will be glad to add them to this area on my site.
Camp Cody Web Site Graphic

Camp Cody Web Site Graphic

August 23, 2008

WW1 Army Training Camp – Deming, New Mexico 1917 & 1918

Filed under: Main Post — Michael Kromeke @ 4:13 pm

The World War One U.S. Army training camp in Deming, New Mexico was named after the famous buffalo hunter, William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill). The Camp was active from July 1916 until the end of December 1918. More then 30,000 soldier were stationed at Camp Cody.
This site is for anyone who wants to share the story of a friend or relative who served at Camp Cody. Leaving ‘Comments” will allow you to communicate with others who are interested this WW1 Army Training Camp.

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