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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
Infantry
Trench warfare
Fog
Search Terms 32nd Division
126th Infantry
U.S. National Guard
French Army
OCLC Number 2459405
Library of Congress Control Number 90140486