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.|
|Publisher||Moore Langen Company|
150th Field Artillery
|Library of Congress Control Number||29017335|