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Catalog Number 1999.28.1
Object Name book
Accession number 1999.28
Summary PDF Copy of Book Available Upon Request

Signed by Col. James H. Reeves, colonel of the unit during the war.
Table of Contents: Preface; Calendar; Personnel of the 353rd Infantry; Training, Organization, and Equipment in Camp Fusion; Comradeship; Getting "Over There" With Regimental Headquarters and the First Battalion in Manois; With the Second Battalion in St. Blin; With the Third Battalion in Rimoucourt; The 353rd Infantry Moves to the Front (First Battalion "Takes Over); The Second Battalion Moves Up to Support the First; The Third Battalion Moves Up in Reserv and Later Relieves the Second as the Second Relieves the First on the Outguard Line; The Third Battalion Draws First Blood on the Enemy; The First Battalion Again on the Outguard Line (A Raid Frustrated); The 353rd Infantry Goes Over the Top in the St. Mihiel Offensive, The Second Battalion Makes the Assault; The First Battalion Mops Up Mort Mare Woods on the Left Flank of the Regimental Sector and Forms Liason With the Second Division on the Right Flank; The 353rd Infantry Lands on the Army Objective. The Third Battalion Takrd the Lead on the Fourth Objective; The 353rd Infantry Helps Develop the Army Line in the Euvezin Sector (Xammes); Back to the Line in the Beney Subsector ("Suicide Woods". The Second Battle on the Outguard); Another Shift to the Left St. Benoit Subsector; On the Way to the Meuse-Argonne Offensive; The 353rd Infantry Takes Part in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. The First Battalion Mops Up Bantheville; The 353rd Infantry Goes Over the Top in the Final Phase of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. The Thrid Battalion Takes the Lead; The 353rd Infantry Carries On to the Army Objective. The Second Battalion in the Lead; On to Stenay; Stenay; The March to Germany; The 353rd Infantry Area and Relations With Its People; Service in the Army of Occupation; Return and Demobilization; The Story of Headquarters Compaany (The Adjutant's Office; The Band; Bombers; Inteligence Section and Some Information; The Pioneers, Knights of the Pick and Shovel; One-Pounder Platoon; The Signal Platoon and a Few of Its Observations); Story of the Machine Gun Company of the 353rd Infantry; Story of the Supply Company; Medical Detachment; Official Report on St. Mihiel Offensive; Official Report on the Meuse-Argone Offensive; Roster.

LoC Subjects:
United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 353rd.
World War, 1914-1918--Regimental histories--United States.
Title They're From Kansas: History of the 353rd Infantry
Author Dienst, Capt. Charles F.
Published Date 1921
Publisher self-published
OCLC Number D570.33 353d .D5
Library of Congress Control Number 21002313