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Catalog Number 2009.7.18
Object Name Book
Accession number 2009.7
Summary 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 Date 1919
Publisher Press Publishing
Published Place East Stroudsburg, PA
Search Terms 79th Division
311th Machine Gun Battalion
OCLC Number 12718876