Seeking list of French Medal of Honor given to American Ambulance Drivers

Seeking records WWI French Medal of Honor to American Ambulance Drivers. The Croix de Guerre 1914–1918 is a French military decoration, the first version of the Croix de Guerre. How would I find records of my Grand-father who was an Ambulance Driver that saved several French soldiers, receiving this medal in France. The French Croix de Guerre was awarded to French and Allied soldiers, including 11,589 Americans, for their service during World War I and was authorized by French legislation on April 2, 1915.  Are there documents that list these Americans?

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  • I'm very pleased to find this thread as I also had a grandfather and great-uncle (my namesake) who was deeply involved with the "French-American Ambulance Corps". He was also awarded the Croix De Guerre and is listed in the linked book. Sadly he died in Paris of the Spanish Flu in 1919 while serving in the Corps. 

    My grandfather was an above average amateur photographer and took numerous photos of the Ambulance Corps during WW1. I'll attach a few here. I've got an ongoing project chronicling their work which will have many more photos.