Table of Contents: History of the 324th Field Artillery, United States Army; Organization; Service; Report of Operations; Roster of the 324th Field Artillery, United States Army; Honor Roll; Officers; Headquarters Company; Medical Detachment; Ordnance Detachment; Supply Company; Battery "A"; Battery "B"; Battery "C"; Battery "D"; Battery "E"; Battery "F";
List of Illustrations: Colonel T. Q. Ashburn, Cote De Talou, October 9th, 1918; In the ARgonne: "No Hill Too Steep, No Mud Too Deep, For The 324th"; Forecastle of the Leicestershire, on which the Regiment Went to England; Bain-De-Bretagne, Route De Chateaubriant; German Prisoners Passing through our Position North of Verdun; The March Into Position At Cote De Talou, October 4th 1918; The Hell-Swept Cote Des Roches, East of the Meuse, Occupied by the Regiment From October 10th to October 29th, 1918; In Front of the Bois De Beuge, November 5th, 1918; The Jam at Velosnes, November 10th, 1918; Battery In Action At Bois D'Ecurey, France, November 11th, 1918; The Regiment Crossing the Sauer River From Luxemburg to Germany, At Echternach, December 1st, 1918; Target Practice in Germany; Entraining at Engers, Germany, for Home; Band Concert on U.S.S. Seattle, May 18th, 1919;
United States. -- Army. -- Field Artillery, 324th.
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United States. -- Army. -- Artillery. -- 324th field artillery, 1917-1919.
|Title||History of the 324 Field Artillery|
|Author||Ashburn, Col. T. Q.|
|Publisher||George H. Doran|
|Published Place||New York|
324th Field Artillery