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I have a original copy of this book, It belonged to my Grandfather Guy Mitchell, 1st Missouri Infantry Brigade, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Company D. Page 287.
This is probably the best first hand look into the life of aSoldier during the war in France.
JSTOR: From Vauquois Hill to Exermont
From Vauquois hill to Exermont. A history of the Thirty-fifth division of the United States army. By Claire Kenamore. (St. Louis: Guard publishing company, ...
Roster of the 35th Division
35th Division Insignia, patterned after the "Santa Fe" cross. The 35th division adopted the symbol because one of the trail heads of the Santa Fe trail ...
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