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Writing of the late 1860’s boyhood of a World War I General, Johnston (1919) writes that “the French boys were accustomed to play a game called tournoi, or tournament, which was something similar to the game of Rounders.” That’s all we seem to know about Tournoi.
Charles Johnston, Famous Generals of the Great War (Page Company, Boston, 1919), page 253.
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