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Catalog Number 1983.34.10
Object Name book
Accession number 1983.34
Summary Contents: 122 Diary entries beginning with the defeat of the 5th German drive in Champagne through the Chateau-Thierry, St. Mihiel, and Argonne drives, to the Armistice.

Illustrations: Generals Pershing and Summerall inspecting troops, France, 1928; The Author on his Mount "Rabbits"; 150th F.A. Rainbow Division Marching Through Chateau Thierry to the Front, July 1918; Snipers of 166th Infantry, 42nd Division; "The Fields are Covered with the Bodies of American and German Soldiers"; Emplacement of the Big Bertha which Shelled Paris; Observer in Shell Hole Viewing Enemy Lines through Periscope; Howitzers Firing from the Ruins of Vegneulles; Running across the Road while Exermont is under shell fire; A Procession of Yankee Tanks going forward in the Argonne; October 5, 1928. View Looking into Village from road that leads from Montfaucon; "I saw many die but heard none complain"; Rainbow Doughboys Greeting Monsieur and Madame Jacques Boleaux.
Subjects: World War, 1914-1918--Personal narratives, American.
World War, 1914-1918--Regimental histories--United States--42nd (Rainbow) Division.
Title The Diary of a Rainbow Veteran
Author Sherwood, Elmer W.
Published Date 1929
Publisher Moore Langen Company
Published Place Indiana
Search Terms 42nd Division
150th Field Artillery
166th Infantry
OCLC Number 2677330
Library of Congress Control Number 29017335