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Chateau Thierry (page 6)
Chateau Thierry (page 7)
Chateau Thierry (page 8)
St. Mihiel (page 9)
St. Mihiel (page 10)
St. Mihiel (page 11)
The Argonne (page 12)
The Argonne (page 13)
The Argonne (page 14)
Gen. Pershing's Report (page 15)
Gen. Pershing's Report (page 16)
Map: "France, where the Hun Menace was curbed and the war for World-Peace won." (pages 17 - 18)
Map: "Western Front, from Soissons to the English Channel." (page 19)
Map: "Chateau Thierry, and from the Marne to the Vesle." (page 20). More detail, if desired.
Map: "How the Yanks Smashed in the St. Mihiel Salient." (page 21). More detail, if desired.
Map: "Through the Argonne Forest to Sedan." (page 22)
Map: "Occupied Germany" (page 23)
The Price of World Peace (page 30)
Personal Record (page 31) Blank page for soldier to fill out.
Overseas Service (page 32) Blank page for soldier to fill out.
The Race with the Hun (page 33)
Remarks (pages 34, 35, and 36, only one included) 3 blank pages for soldier to fill out.
Also see: "Data on U.S. Army Divisions during World War I" (at this web site)
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