Contents: Mobilization; Overseas; Coetquidan; Chemin Des Dames; from Soissons to Toul; The la Reine Sector; Between Sectors; Chateau-Theirry Pas Fini Sector; The Aisne-Marne Offensive; Interlude; St. Mihiel; The Troyon Sector; North of Verdun; Marking Time; Welcome Home; Roster.
Illustrations: Brigadier General John H. Sherburne; Regimental Staff and unit commanders; Officers of the first battalion; Officers of the second battalion; Battery A firing the first shot; Gune of Battery E firing; Mont Sec; Major Perkin's PC near St. Julien; Church at Flirey; Colonel Robert E. Goodwin; 103rd Infantry attacking behind barrage of Regiment; Anti-aircraft gun of Battery E in action; Chateau-Thierry; A typical battery position; Mouilly; The shell-torn slopes of Les Eparges; Vigneulles; Herbeuville; Samogneux; Destroyed gun of Battery D; Unit commanders when Regiment returned home; 101st at Camp Devens
List of Maps: 101st on the Western Front in 1917-19; Chemin des Dames Febraury 4 to March 20, 1918; Road March March 21 to April; La Reine (Toul) Sector April 3 to May 25 and May 25 to June 27; Chateau-Thierry, Pas Fini Sector, Aisne-Marne Offensive July 18 and 20; Aisne-Marne Offensive July 22 to August 1 and August 2 to 5; American Operations in the Aisne-Marne region; St. Mihiel Offensive September 9 to 14; Troyon Sector September 14 to October 10; North of Verdun October 16 to November 13.
Subjects: United States. -- Artillery. -- Field Artillery, 101st (1917- )
World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- United States.
|Title||The 101st Field Artillery: A. E. F. 1917-1919|
|Author||Carter, Russell Gordon|
|Library of Congress Control Number||40011041|