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American Armies and Battlefields in Europe, a facsimile variation to commemorate the seventy-fifth birthday of the yank Expeditionary Forces, is a special quantity that captures the AEF's classes of conflict in the course of international struggle I. according to the sequence of battlefield excursions performed for employees officials at basic John J. Pershing's headquarters, the operational chapters describe the army state of affairs, giving designated bills of exact combating supported by way of maps and sketches, and a precis of occasions and repair of wrestle divisions. Topical chapters at the prone of provide, the U.S. army, army cemeteries and memorials, and different fascinating and invaluable evidence finish the narrative. For students and scholars of the nice battle, in addition to veterans and their descendants wishing to discover conflict websites of some time past, this guidebook is still the main authoritative and simply usable resource for viewers to the AEF's battlefields. the yankee conflict Monuments fee, a small autonomous organization confirmed by way of Congress in 1923 on the request of basic John J. Pershing, is the mother or father of America's in a foreign country commemorative cemeteries and memorials. Its undertaking is to honor the provider, achievements, and sacrifice of the USA militia.
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It was here that this British force, after its memorable retreat from near Mons, struck back with vigor at the German divisions in the First Rattle of the Marne. To the left of the bridge, on the river banks, are markers which indicate the place where British troops recrossed the river on a temporary bridge, built by the Royal Engineers while under hostile f ire. The American I Corps Headquarters was located in this town from June 18 to July 21, and from August 13 to August 18. A m e r i c a n Fi r s t A r my H e a d q u a r t e r s was organized here on August 10, 1918.
Facing nor theast, with its center at Lucy-leBocage, the division established its line across the main route to Paris, where it repulsed all attacks and effectively stopped the German advance in that direction. Wi t h t h i s A m e r i c a n a s s i s t a n c e t h e French were able to stem the onslaught, but only after the Germans had driven a great salient, roughly def ined by the triangle formed by Reims, Château-Thierry and Soissons, into the Allied lines. In addition to a 30-mile gain straight toward the heart of France, the Germans captured 60,000 prisoners, 650 cannon and enor mous quantities of supplies, ammunition and equipment.
The units of the 1st and 2d Divisions, with those of the 1st Moroccan Division between them, advanced with characteristic dash and vigor. They quickly pierced the hostile front lines, overran the for- (36) AMERICAN OPERATIONS IN THE AISNE–MARNE REGION ward artillery positions, and took many prisoners. m. they had advanced more than 3 miles and were in possession of ground which practically assured the success of the whole battle. To the south, elements of the 4th Division attacking as a part of two French divisions in the Sixth Ar my, had progressed about 2 miles by nightfall.
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