Table of Contents: I. Organization and Training of the 33rd Division at Camp Logan; II. Training and Operations with the British Army; III. Occupation of the Sector at Verdun and Beginning of the Meuse-Argonne Battle; IV. Defense of the Meuse Sector; V. Operations with the 17th French Army Corps Astride the Meuse, October 8 to October 15, 1918; VI. Operations with the 17th French Army Corps Astride the Meuse, October 15 until Relief; VII. In the Troyon-sur-Meuse Sector with the Second American Army and the 2nd French Colonial Army Corps; VIII. In the Troyon-sur-Meuse Sector with the Second American Army and the 17th French Army Corps; IX. Operations of the 58th Artillery Brigade; X. Operations of the 33rd Division from the Armistice until its Departure from Luxembourg; XI. Conclusion; Index.
List of Illustrations: Honorable Len Small, Governor of Illinois, 1921-; Lieutenant Colonel Frederic L. Huidekoper; Honorable Frank O. Lowden, Governor of Illinois, 1917-1921; Major General George Bell, Jr.; Lieutenant Colonel William H. Simpson; Brigadier General Paul A. Wolf; Consenvoye causeway; Forges Creek bottom; Beginning of passage over Forges Creek (two images); Forges-Béthincourt road, west from Forges; Artillery bridge, Forges Creek; Corduroy road, south end of Forges Creek swamp; Corduroy road, north end of Forges Creek swamp; Brigadier General Edward L. King; Demolished bridge, old Forges-Consenvoye road; Forges Creek bottom; Copmleted section of Forges-Béthincourt road; Cumières-Raffecourt road, Cumont ravine; Bridge, Forges Creek; Road over Forges Creek bridge; Brabant infantry passerelle; Consenvoye infantry passerelle; Consevoye causeway, heavy artillery bridge; Repaired bridge over Meuse Canal, Consenvoye; Pile bent section across the River Meuse; Revetment and camouflage, Forges road; Cumières-Forges road near Forges Creek bridge; Revetment, Forges-Consenvoye road; Erection of revetment wall over shell hole, Forges road; Tank mines and road obstructions, Troyon sector; Bridge, St. Hilaire, Troyon sector; Bridge between St. Hilaire and Butgnéville; Bridge on Harville-Manheulles road, Forges sector; Bridge at Marchéville, Troyon sector; Bridge at Fismes-en-Woëvre; Bridge on Harville-Manheulles road, Troyon sector; Wire entanglement near Harville Wood; View from German tree observation post, covering Butgnéville; Brigadier General Henry D. Todd, Jr.; Cumières-Raffecourt road, Cumont ravine; Cumières-Raffecourt road; Cumières-Raffecourt road, construction over trench; Cumières-Raffecourt road, construction near trench intersection; Beginning of new Cumières-Raffecourt road; Artillery bridge, Cumières-Raffecourt road; Cumières-Forges road; Forges; Construction of Forges-Consenvoye road (two images).
World War, 1914-1918 --Regimental histories --United States --33d Division.
Vol. 1 of 3 available in museum library.
|Title||Illinois in the World War: The History of the 33rd Division A.E.F. Vol 1|
|Author||Huidekoper, Frederic Louis|
|Publisher||Illinois State Historical Library|
|Published Place||Springfield, IL|
58th Field Artillery
|Library of Congress Control Number||22016889|