Table of Contents: The Formative Period (Formation of the Division and Training at Camp Travis); The Period of Movement (movement Overseas and Training in France); The Battle Period (Cutting off the St. Mihiel Salient; Operations along the Meuse; The System of Supply; "Keeping in Touch"; The Engineers: The medical Department; The 165th Field Artillery Brigade); Period of Occupation (Collecting Sundered Materials of War; The March into Germany; Administration of Occupied Territory; Waiting to Go Home); Miscellany (Statistics; Decorations; Roster of Officers; Casualty List; Commendations)
List of Illustrations: Major-General Henry T. Allen; View of Camp Travis; Blockaded, camoflauged road guarded by Americans on the Outskirts of Pont-a-Mousson; Bridge over the Mouselle River; Metz Bridge; View of the Rue Victor Hugo, Pont-a-Mousson; Villers-en-Haye; Villers-en-Haye and Griscourt; Dugouts at Mamey; No Man's Land before attack on Sept 12; Trenches north of Fey-en-Haye captured Sept 12, 1918; 315th Engineers and 357th and 358th Infantry building roads over No Man's Land near Fey-en-Haye; Bois des Rappes and Cote; 2nd Battalion, 358th Infantry passing through Vilcey-sur-Trey; Villers-sous-Preny; German dugout in Stumpflager, dressing station; German dugout in Stumpflager, captured by 375th Infantry; Bois des Rappes; Two views of concrete machine gun emplacement, Preny; Concrete machine gun emplacement, Hindenburg Line west of Preny; French tanks passing through Rampont; Estes; Machine Gun Company, 359th Infantry; Main street of Blercourt; Signal Corps in Malancourt; Cuisy ruined by shells
List of Maps:Area of 19th Division Operations Aug. 24, 1918- Oct. 10, 1918; Area of operations, First U.S. Army in St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne Offensives; Area of 19th Division Operations Oct. 22 1918- Nov. 2nd 1918; Area of 19th Division Operations Nov. 3, 1918- Nov. 11 1918
United States. -- Army. -- Division, 90th.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- United States.
|Title||History of the 90th Division|
|Author||Wythe, Maj. George|
|Publisher||The Ninetieth Division Assn|
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