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Heroes of the Argonne. an Authentic History of the Thirty-Fifth Division
Charles B. Hoyt
No preview available - 2012
130th Field 139th Infantry 1st Class 1st Lieutenant 1st Sergeant 2nd Lieutenant advance Albert Alfred American Anderson Argonne Arthur Battalion Baulny Benjamin Benjamin H Brigade Brown Buglers Carl Cecil Charles H Charley Cheppy Chester Clarence Clark Claude Clyde Colonel Hamilton Colonel Ristine command Company Cooks Corporals David Davis Dewey division Donald doughboy Earl Edward Elmer Ernest Eugene Exermont Field Artillery fire Floyd France Frank Fred Fred H French George George H Germans Glenn Harold Harry Harry H Harvey headquarters Henry Herbert Homer Howard James James H Jesse John H Johnson Jones Joseph Kansas Field Kansas Infantry Captain Lawrence Leslie Lester Lewis Lloyd Louis machine gun Major Rieger Martin Merle Mess Sergeant Miller o'clock Orville Oscar Paul Privates Ralph Raymond regiment Richard Robert Russell Samuel Smith soldiers Supply Sergeant Thirty-fifth Thomas troops Twenty-eighth Division Varennes Vosges Walter Wesserling William H Wilson
Page 34 - Monsieur." The soldier would pay the five francs and leave. The reason the French paid no more than two francs for eggs was because Mere Blanc knew they would pay no more. The Americans paid five francs because Mere Blanc knew that if he wanted them bad enough he would pay ten.
Page 120 - Thirty-fifth during its five days' fighting was ten kilometres, or six and onequarter miles. The farthest advance had been 300 metres north of Exermont, or to a point seven and three-quarters miles from where the jump-off had been made near Vauqois Hill the morning of September 26. the damage in their power and then jump from behind them with "Kamerad" on their lips received only the just share of mercy.