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History of the 118th Infantry, American Expeditionary Force, France

by Sam J. Royall

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Published by s.n. in Columbia, S.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States,
  • World War, 1914-1918,
  • Regimental histories,
  • United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 118th (1917-1919)

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Sam J. Royall]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD570.3 118th .H5 1919
    The Physical Object
    Pagination69 p. :
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25942024M
    OCLC/WorldCa12295238

    Within this packet is her deceased husband’s U.S. Army honorable discharge from the rd Infantry Regiment, 91st Division of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF). This discovery leads David on five years of research of WWI with a trip to Luxembourg and his uncle’s battlefields and American/Allied cemeteries in France and Belgium. Kansas Collection Books:History of the rd Infantry Regiment, 89th Division, National Army from September, to June, Kansas Collection Books Contributed by Pam Rietsch and REGIMENTAL DIRECTORY rd Infantry American Expeditionary Forces. FOREWORD.

    When the United States entered World War I in , it sent the American Expeditionary Force to relieve the worn and beleaguered Allied Forces. On Septem , Congress approved the creation of the Second Division of the American Expeditionary Force. A hybrid Marine/Army unit, it was conceived and ultimately formed overseas, primarily from units in France.   A photocopied journal describing experiences of a St. Paul MN soldier participating in the final Allied offensive against Germany in the closing days of World War I. McPheron, a private serving in Company E, th Infantry Battalion, 90th Division, of the American Expeditionary Forces, describes his experiences at the front lines in France.

      America’s last World War I doughboy, Frank Buckles, died in in West Virginia at age Buckles enlisted in the Army at age 16 in August , four months after the U.S. entered the. 6 American Expeditionary Force. 1 Pershing was, at the outset and without exception, given full and total control of the AEF: it would not be Washington, Paris, or London commanding the Americans, it would be only Pershing.2 President Wilson and Secretary of War Newton D. Baker would.


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