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Smashing Through the "World War" with Fighting Battery C, 102nd F. A. "Yankee Division," 1917-1918-1919
by Edward D. Sirois (Salem, Mass.: Meek Press, 1919)
ACPL Call Number 940.410 AA1SI

Contents:
Title Page
Table of Contents
Prefatory Material
1. The Call to Arms
2. Mobilization
3. Off to France
4. The Training Period
5. Soissons—Bucy-le-Long—Chemin-des-Dames
6. Off to Lorraine
7. Toul Sector—Seichprey – Xivray – ‘Dead Man’s Curve’
8. Off for a Rest Camp (?)
9. Chateau-Thierry Drive or the Second Battle of the Marne
10. Return from the Drive – Our Third Theoretical Rest Camp
11. Battle of the St. Mihiel Salient – Massing for the Driving – Reducing of the Salient
12. A So-called Rest – The Troyon or New England Sector – Marcheville and Riaville
13. Verdun – Meuse – Argonne – Armistice
14. U.S. Army Service and Training Schools in France
15. Wounded – A Peep Behind the Veil
16. Awaiting Orders for Home
17. Headed for Home
18. God’s Country
19. Demobilization
20. Back to Civies
General Statistics
The American Legion

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