Table of Contents: Organization and Training--Fort Sill and Camp Bowie; From Camp Bowie to Brest and Redon; Training in France; To the Front; St. Etienne; St Etienne (cont'd); St Etienne and After; The General Advance; Forest Ferme; To Bar-le-Duc--The Armistice; Operations of the 111th Engineers; The Honor Roll
Images: Command Post of 142nd Infantry October 8; Boche Strong Point South of St. Etienne the Morning of the Attack; Church in St. Etienne; PC of First and Third Battalions in St. Etinne. Later Regimental PC Was Established Here; Damage Doen by Boche Shell in St. Etienne; Another House in St. Etienne After Bombardment; Where company A Command Post was Established After the Counter Attack; Where officers of the 142nd infantry are buried at st. etienne. more graves of enlisted men in background; graves of enlisted men of 142nd infantry who were killed before st. etienne; in the cemetary . company a command post was here october 10 and 11; grave of commander of 18th infantry division boche forces st. etienne
Maps: This map shows very well how the attack was made on the afternoon of October 27.
World War, 1914-1918--Regimental histories--United States--36th Division.
|Title||Story of the 36th|
|Author||Chastaine, Capt. Ben F.|
|Library of Congress Control Number||22004341|