United States Army in the World War, 1917-1919
Location: Microfilm D570 U56 1971
Published in 1948 by the Historical Division, Department of the Army, this collection contains a widely representative selection of the records of the American Expeditionary Forces in WWI. Some examples include General Pershing’s plan of operation, a depiction of U.S. Army training with French and British forces, and complete sets of general orders and bulletins issued by General Headquarters. There is no subject index or guide to this collection.
Contents: v. 1. Organization of the American Expeditionary Forces. — v. 2. Policy-forming documents of the American Expeditionary Forces. — v. 3. Training and use of American units with the British and French — v. 4-9. Military operations of the American Expeditionary Forces — v. 10, pts. 1-2. The Armistice agreement and related documents — v. 11. American occupation of Germany — v. 12-15. Reports of the Commander-in-Chief, AEF, staff sections and services — v. 16. General orders, GHQ, AEF — v. 17. Bulletins, GHQ, AEF.
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Time Period: 20th Century
Subject keywords: Military History