Table of Contents: Foreword; Officers; Youthful Growing Pains; Major Charles M. Du Puy; Hard Labor Plus; Preparing to Go Over; Riding the Rolling Ocean; Training with a Vengeance; The Big Drive; Going On and On; Following Company A; Company B; Direct Fire On Germans; Company C; Company D; Company D Fires Over Infantry; Conspicuous Bravery Shown; The Troyon Sector; The Meuse-Argonne Again; The Last Drive; Marking Time; Major Stephen Garrett Henry; Studying The C.-In-C.; The Drive Towards Home; At Last, At Last on the Way; The Virginian; Messing A La Shooting the Chutes; The Greatest Feeling; Champing The Bit At Camp Morrison; Demobilized at Last; Company B; The Places the 311th Called Home in France and When; The Individual; Captures 23 Germans Single Handed and Wounded; A Hospital Hero; Company C; Finds Dying Brother on Battlefield; Oddities; Citations of 311th Men in Divisional Orders; Honor Roll; Missing in Action; Wounded in Action; Division Emblem Signifies Triumph; The Units of the Division; Company D; Headquarters Company; Who They Are and When They Lived; Company B; Company C; Company D; Headquarters Company; Sanitary Detatchment; Just a Tribute or Two;
List of Illustrations: Major Stephen Garrett Henry; The Daughter of the Battalion; Major Charles M. Du Puy; Officers of the 311th Machine Gun Battalion; Captain William H Brennan; First Lieut. Arthur R. Baker; Introducing Our Old Friend; Company A; Captain Joseph H. W. Hinkson; Captain Roy W. Delaplaine; First Lieut. Benjamin C. Jones; Second Lieutenant William Garrison Nixon; Second Lieut. Leslie Davies; Captain Lloyd S. Cassell; Captain Robert B. Filbert; Second Lieutenant William Young Fillebrown; Second Lieutenant Arther Robert Baker; Greetings from Villouxel, France; Company B; Oh, Boy, That Looks Familiar; The Crown Prince at Work; The Famous Road Through Montfaucon; Religious Service at the Front; Company C; Captain Wilford S. Roy; Captain James M. Reiley Jr.; First Lieut. George Kunkel; First Lieutenant Charles O. Walgran; First Lieutenant Herbert W. Pritchard; Second Lieutenant William A. Durkin; Chefs of Company D Under Full Steam; Company D; Captain Robson DeS. Brown; Headquarters Company; Captain Norman D. Keller; First Lieutenant Harold Cunnigham; Second Lieutenant Myles D. Morrison; First Sargent Ralph A. Capen; Sergeant James R. Mansfield; Private 1st Class Chas. I. Thomas; Corporal John I. Poillon; Sergeant Courtenay L. Quick; Major Charles Henry May; Medical Detatchment; Chaplain WM. E. McPheeters; All Ready For Business;
United States. -- Army. -- 311th Machine Gun Battalion.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- United States -- 311th Machine Gun Battalion.
|Title||History of the 311th Machine Gun Battalion 79th Division A. E. F.|
|Author||Hughes, Russell C.|
|Published Place||East Stroudsburg, PA|
311th Machine Gun Battalion