Being a Narrative of Battery A of the 101st Field Artillery (formerly Battery A of Boston) from the Time of Its Muster Into the Federal Service on July 25, 1917, Through Its 19 Months of Service in France, Nine Months of which Were in Action at the Front, Until Its Demobilization at Camp Devens, Mass., on April 29, 1919
Brattle Press, 1919 - World War, 1914-1918 - 269 pages
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