Brest in Southern VictoryEdit
While serving aboard the destroyer USS O'Brien, Sam Carsten visited the French port city of Brest during the mid 1920s. There, he found he was actually quite welcome among the city's inhabitants as he quickly made friends and visited some of the local sights like the Maritime Museum and the cathedral of St. Louis.
Brest in The War That Came EarlyEdit
When Sgt. Alistair Walsh's company was pulled from Messy, they were sent to Brest by rail. This was to board a troopship and sail back to England as the nearer Channel Ports were still held by the Germans.