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        LC ClassificationsJune 1981
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        Paginationxvi, 80 p. :
        Number of Pages74
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        ISBN 100932572081
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The Division remained in the Training Area, with headquarters at NEUFCHATEAU, for about four months, during which time details of troops were engaged constructing hospitals, building telephone lines, acting as labor detachments, assisting in organizing sections of the SERVICE OF SUPPLIES, and otherwise making preparations for the ARMY which began to arrive after January 1st, 1918.

The following officers received distinguished mention in General Schwan's reports, for service rendered under fire during the campaign in western Puerto Rico: Lieutenant-Colonel Burke, Eleventh Infantry. The attack was repulsed, but it was apparent that the enemy had finally detected our main effort, and would doubtless turn his major forces to engage it.

The attached platoon of tank destroyers arrived at the end of the battle, but managed nevertheless, to knock out one tank. Headquartered at Schofield Barracks on the island of Oahu, the 24th I. Again it was sent to France to be tested on the bloody battlefields of World War II. The deep draws carving the landscape near the Villa Verde Trail were too precipitous for maneuvers.

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16 at Lorient and Nov. It advanced twelve and one-half kilometers in the face of resistance. The Battalion AT platoon moved into a field near STUPBACH during the morning.

However, the two remaining rifle platoons and the weapons platoon of L Co. That night, the townspeople threw a street dance in our honor. On January 3, 1919, the 5th Field Artillery Brigade was relieved from the 7th Division.

The first units sailed for France, Sept. Army World War II; Edited by Shelby L.

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It was approximately two hundred yards from the top of it to the river 's edge and almost a straight drop down. The 3d Battalion, 103d Infantry, which had seized the ridges in the division right flank mopped up Hill 1410, destroying an elaborate artillery command post, and killing 75 Japs at the position. At 1125 on the 7th day of May 1945 Regiment informed us that the war was over as of 0147 that morning.

The invasion of New Georgia in June 1943 had signaled a new phase of the war, the beginning of a sustained American strategic offensive. The men of the 43d had pounded the enemy into submission for a total of one hundred and seventy-five days. Diarrhea was a common affliction, while dysentery cases and malaria relapses were prevalent.

Parker was succeeded by Colonel H. Fraternizing was now legal, and everyone proceeded to make the most of it. Under The Southern Cross; The Saga Of The Americal Division Contents Foreword ix Acknowledgements xi One: In the Beginning 1 Two: The Birth or the America1 28 Three: Baptism in the Solomons 41 Four: West to Cape Esperance 72 Five Isa Lei 100 Six: At Empress Augusta Bay 120 Seven: Hold at all Costs 146 Eight: The Expanding Outpost Line 168 Nine: The Trail to Numa-Numa 192 Ten: In the Shadows of Mount Bagana 210 Eleven: Meanwhile, On Leyte 219 Twelve: The Straits 246 Thirteen: A Liberation is.