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" One-half of the artillery and other auxiliaries of these two divisions were to be utilized as corps and army troops. They were to supply the first demands for replacements from their original strength, after which a minimum of 3,000 men per month for... "
The Official History of the Eighty-Sixth Division - Page 63
by John G. Little - 1921 - 319 pages
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Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 5

Albert Bushnell Hart - World War, 1914-1918 - 1920
...original strength, after which a minimum of 3,000 men per month for each army corps in France was to be forwarded to them from the United States. It was estimated that this would give a sufficient reservoir of personnel to maintain the fighting strength of combat units, provided the sick...
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Final Report of Gen. John J. Pershing: Commander-in-Chief American ...

United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces - World War, 1914-1918 - 1920 - 95 pages
...original strength, after which a minimum of 3,000 men per month for each army corps in France was to be forwarded to them from the United States. It was estimated that this would give a sufficient reservoir of personnel to maintain the fighting strength of combat units, provided the sick...
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The New York Times Current History: The European war, Volume 20

World War, 1914-1918 - 1920
...original strength, after which a minimum of 3,000 men per month for each army corps In France was to be forwarded to them from the United States. It was estimated that this would give a sufficient reservoir of personnel to maintain the fighting strength of combat units, provided the sick...
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