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Catalog Number 1987.74.2
Object Name book
Accession number 1987.74
Summary 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.
United States -- History -- World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories.
United States. -- Army. -- Artillery. -- 324th field artillery, 1917-1919.
Title History of the 324 Field Artillery
Author Ashburn, Col. T. Q.
Published Date 1919
Publisher George H. Doran
Published Place New York
Search Terms 324th Field Artillery
83rd Division
OCLC Number 4444243