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Catalog Number 1991.53.20
Object Name book
Accession number 1991.53
Summary Table of Contents: Chapter I. Early History of the Regiment - Service in 1898 - Mexican Border Service - Declaration of War with Germany; Chapter II. Period July 15, 1917, to January 26, 1918 - Mobilization at Grayling - Reorganization of Regiment at Waco; Chapter III. At Port of Embarkation - Overseas on U.S. Transport President Grant - Submarine Scare - Arrival in France; Chapter IV. Laboring in Service of Supply and Training in France - At St. Nazaire - In Tenth Training Area; Chapter V. In Trenches in Alsace - First Casualty - Enemy Raids - Spies - Life in Trenches; Chapter VI. From Alsace to Chateau Thierry - Journey to Verberie - Night March Into Battle - Under Shell-Fire; Chapter VII. The Aisne-Marne Offensive - In First Attack - Capture of Hill 212 and Jomblets Woods - Driving Enemy Across the Vesle - Cited in General Orders; Chapter VIII. Rest Period After Marne Offensive - Moving to Croutoy - Attached to 10th French Army; Chapter IX. The Ois-Aisne Offensive - Shock Troops - Over the Top - Enemy Counter Attack - "Les Terribles" - Color Decorated by Gen. Mangin; Chapte X. Period Between Oise-Aisne and Argonne Offensive - In Joinville Rest Area - To the Front Again; Chapter XI. The Meuse-Argonne Offensive - Attack in the Fog on October 9th - Piercing Kriemhilde Stellung; Chapter XII. Period October 20 to November 16, 1918 - Resting in Montfaucon Woods - Entering Line Second Time - Armistice; Chapter XIII. The March to the Rhine - Marching Through Luxembourg - Crossing Into Germany - Crossing the River Rhine; Chapter XIV. In the Army of Occupation - Christmas in Germany - Colonel Joseph B. Westnedge - Division Review; Chapter XV. Departure for the United States; Chapter XVI. The Auxiliary Troops of the Regiment; Chapter XVII. Comments by Division and Brigade Commanders; Chapter XVIII. Extracts from Some Newspaper and Magazine Articles; Chapter XIX. List of Winners of D.S.C. and Other Decorations; Chapter XX. Rosters of Regiment.

Maps: France; Alsace and Belfort; Alsace Trench Sector; Marne Salient, German Map of; Marne Offensive Sector, Map of; Juvigny, Map of; Verdun and Montfaucon Sector, Map of; Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Map of.

Portraits: Colonel Joseph B. Westnedge; Colonel William T. Mollison; Pvt. Joseph W. Guyton and Lieut. Carl A. Johnson; Generals Hann, Covell and McCoy.

Poems: After the Battle; Love, My Thoughts Go Back to You; March to the Rhine; Our Outermost Guard; A Doughboy's Idea of the Colors; The National Debt of Echternach and How It Was Paid.

Library of Congress Subjects: United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 126th --History.
World War, 1914-1918 --Regimental histories --United States.
Title History of the 126th Infantry in the War with Germany
Author Ganseer, Emil B.
Published Date 1920
Publisher self-published
Published Place Grand Rapids MI
Subjects Training
Trench warfare
Search Terms 32nd Division
126th Infantry
U.S. National Guard
French Army
OCLC Number 2459405
Library of Congress Control Number 90140486