His answer to the morale problem was to propose a new servicemen's organization, one dedicated to the welfare of veterans, one which would include all members of the American Expeditionary Forces
, as well as those soldiers, sailors and Marines who remained stateside during the war.
The battalion fought in every major battle of the American Expeditionary Forces
, including the landmark battle of Cheteau-Thierry, and the book describes the soldiers' service and the impact of the war on their lives.
Synopsis: Despite their extensive service in World War I, few members of the Kansas-Missouri 35th Division left lengthy memoirs of their experiences in the American Expeditionary Forces
. But Ward Loren Schrantz filled dozens of pages with his recollections of life as a National Guard officer and machine gun company commander in the "Santa Fe" Division.
The American Expeditionary Forces
(AEF) G-2, MAJ (later MG) Dennis Nolan put much emphasis on the information obtained from enemy prisoners.
In "American Expeditionary Forces
in the Great War: The Meuse Argonne 1918: Breaking the Line", author Maarten Otte gives a background narrative to events before the opening of the Offensive and its development.
John Pershing, who led the American Expeditionary Forces
during World War I, are included because a Jesuit wrote a biography of him.
Foulois had been Chief of Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces
in France during World War I; later he was Chief of the Air Corps from 1931 to 1935.
Ordnance units supported the American Expeditionary Forces
in Europe and were typically located near the front lines.
Pershing, commander-in-chief of the American Expeditionary Forces
in World War I, and the diaries of George S.
Although he commanded the American Expeditionary Forces
during World War I, at a time when the battlefield use of poison gas was prevalent, little has been written about John J.
Yet, like other soldiers in the American Expeditionary Forces
, Elmer Smith trained hard and looked forward to fighting.