By U.S. Army Center of Military History
American Armies and Battlefields in Europe, a facsimile variation to commemorate the seventy-fifth birthday of the yankee Expeditionary Forces, is a different quantity that captures the AEF's classes of conflict in the course of international warfare I. according to the sequence of battlefield excursions performed for employees officials at common John J. Pershing's headquarters, the operational chapters describe the army state of affairs, giving particular debts of exact scuffling with supported by means of maps and sketches, and a precis of occasions and repair of wrestle divisions. Topical chapters at the prone of offer, the U.S. military, army cemeteries and memorials, and different attention-grabbing and important proof finish the narrative. For students and scholars of the nice warfare, in addition to veterans and their descendants wishing to discover conflict websites of some time past, this guidebook continues to be the main authoritative and simply usable resource for viewers to the AEF's battlefields. the yankee conflict Monuments fee, a small autonomous enterprise demonstrated through Congress in 1923 on the request of basic John J. Pershing, is the dad or mum of America's abroad commemorative cemeteries and memorials. Its undertaking is to honor the carrier, achievements, and sacrifice of the us military.
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It is on the described route and from there one ran conveniently reach the French battlef ields along the Chemin des Dames, and those of the American 32d Division near Juvigny and the 310th Infantry, 93d Division, in the vicinity of Vauxaillon. The data given on pages 520–521 will be helpful to those following this tour. The narrative at the beginning of the chapter should be kept in mind and the map at the end consulted so that the various operations which took place in the region of this tour will be more clearly understood by the tourist.
Although gaining considerable ground and inflicting heavy T many French troops had been shifted from there to the British area. Consequently, when a German assault str uck the Aisne front between Ber r y-au-Bac and Anizy-le-Château early on the morning of May 27 it came as a surprise. The Germans carried the Chemin des Dames positions in the f irst dash and crossed the Aisne River about noon on losses, these operations failed in their primary purpose of destroying the British. Meanwhile preparations for a powerful drive against the French along the line of the Aisne River had been progressing.
T h ey we r e hurried forward by forced marches and by every available means of transportation. The motorized machine gun battalion o f t h e 3 d D iv i s i o n r e a c h e d C h â t e a u Thierry on May 31, and there gallantly assisted in preventing the Germans from crossing the Marne. As the infantry units of the 3d Division came up they reinforced French units holding the south bank of the river as far eastward as Courthiézy, 8 miles from Château-Thierry. The 2d Division, arriving by truck on June 1, immediately went into position nor thwest of Château-Thier r y.
American Armies and Battlefields in Europe by U.S. Army Center of Military History