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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.
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.|
|OCLC Number||D570.33 353d .D5|
|Library of Congress Control Number||21002313|