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Collapse at Meuse-Argonne: The Failure of the Missouri-Kansas Division

Robert H. Ferrell - History - 2004 - 176 pages
During World War I, the Thirty-fifth Division was made up of National Guard units from Missouri and Kansas. Composed of thousands of men from the two states, the Missouri ...
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In the Company of Generals: The World War I Diary of Pierpont L. Stackpole

Robert H. Ferrell - History - 2009 - 208 pages
Pierpont Stackpole was a Boston lawyer who in January 1918 became aide to Lieutenant General Hunter Liggett, soon to be commander of the first American corps in France ...
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Unjustly Dishonored: An African American Division in World War I

Robert H. Ferrell - History - 2011 - 123 pages
Refutes the belief that the 92nd Division, composed of African-Americans, failed in their duties during World War I by drawing on recently revealed documents that describe how ...
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Five Days in October: The Lost Battalion of World War I

Robert H. Ferrell - History - 2005 - 130 pages
"Examination of the World War I battle of October 1918, in the Argonne Forest between German forces and the Lost Battalion from the American Seventy-seventh Division. Utilizes ...
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The Question of MacArthur's Reputation: Côte de Châtillon, October 14-16 1918

Robert H. Ferrell - History - 2008 - 128 pages
Perhaps the best known of all American five-star generals, Douglas MacArthur established his military reputation at the hill of Châtillon during the great battle of the Meuse ...
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Reminiscences of Conrad S. Babcock: The Old U.S. Army and the New, 1898-1918

Robert H. Ferrell - History - 2012 - 176 pages
The son of an army officer, Conrad S. Babcock graduated from West Point in 1898, just in time for the opening of the Spanish-American War. Because of his father’s position, he ...
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A Soldier in World War I: The Diary of Elmer W. Sherwood

Elmer W. Sherwood, Robert H. Ferrell - Biography & Autobiography - 2004 - 193 pages
As a soldier with the 42nd (Rainbow) Division in France in World War I, Elmer Sherwood was an observer with uncommonly good judgment. If his descriptions lacked perfection they ...
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The Dying President: Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1944-1945

Robert H. Ferrell - Biography & Autobiography - 1998 - 185 pages
In this authoritative account, Robert H. Ferrell shows how the treatment of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's illness in 1944- 1945 was managed by none other than the president ...
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