Contents: Arrived in France December 27, 1917; First casualty February 1; Under German fire March 25; First fired on enemy March 28; Germans raid, killing one and capturing one; 36 hours with nothing to eat, June 3; In rags, some men nearly barefoot, July 14; French cavalry pursue enemy, July 18, dead lying all around, terrible smell; Dead more numerous than any time in our service; 82nd Division Infantry (new) very scared; Salvation Army, YMCA, Red Cross the best, August 5; Hungry eating turnips, Oct 22; Sleeping in the mud, October 21; Another gun blows up, November 4; About 500 dead, their pockets emptied.
Subjects: Artillery (Troops); Personal Narratives
|Title||E Battery Goes to War|
|Author||Cone, Sgt. Anthony D.|
|Published Place||Washington, DC|
15th Field Artillery