Order of Battle of the United States Land Forces in the World War. American Expeditionary Forces. Divisions

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76th DIVISION (NA) COMMANDERS
Division Commanders Chiefs of Staff
1917 1917
Aug 25 Maj Gen Harry F. Hodges Aug 27 Lt Col Merch B. Stewart
Nov 28 Brig Gen William Weigel (ad interim) Nov 28 Major Jonathan M. Wainwright (Acting)
1918 1918
Feb 13 Maj Gen Harry F. Hodges Feb 6 Lt Col Merch B. Stewart
June 11 Brig Gen Frank H. Albright (ad interim) Mar 7 Colonel Merch B. Stewart
June 13 Maj Gen Harry F. Hodges July 4 Lt Col Edward K. Massee (Acting)
Nov 22 Lt Col Will D. Wills Aug 19 Major George M. Peek (Acting)
Nov 27 Lt Col William C. Danks Aug 29 Lt Col George M. Peek (Acting)
to Sept 20 Lt Col George M. Peek
Dec 18 Sept 22 Colonel Harry F. Dalton (Acting)
Oct 1 Captain Thomas P. Lindsay (Acting)
Oct 5 Lt Col George M. Peek
Nov 19 Lt Col Will D. Wills (Acting)
to
Nov 21
Commander 151st Infantry Brigade Commanders 152d Infantry Brigade
1917 1917
Aug 25 Colonel Frank H. Albright Aug 25 Brig Gen Frederic D. Evans
Aug 29 Brig Gen Frank H. Albright
1918
1918 June 11 Colonel John F. Preston (ad interim)
Apr 12 Colonel Frank Tompkins (ad interim) June 18 Brig Gen Frederic D. Evans
Apr 25 Brig Gen Frank H. Albright Aug 27 Colonel John F. Preston (ad interim)
Aug 27 Colonel Charles C. Smith (ad interim) Aug 30 Brig Gen Frederic D. Evans
Aug 30 Brig Gen Frank H. Albright Oct 7 Lt Col William S. Sinclair (ad interim)
Oct 7 Major Reginald Barlow (ad interim) Oct 11 Brig Gen Frederic D. Evans
Oct 11 Brig Gen Frank H. Albright Oct 15 Colonel John F. Preston
Oct 15 Colonel Percy W. Arnold to
to Nov 8
Nov 8
Commanders 151st Field Artillery Brigade
1917 1919
Aug 29 Colonel Arthur S. Conklin Jan 9 Colonel Arthur S. Conklin (ad interim)
Dec 2 Brig Gen William S. McNair Jan 13 Brig Gen Richmond P. Davis
Dec 22 Colonel George M. Brooke (ad interim) Feb 1 Lt Col. Leroy V. Patch (ad interim)
Dec 26 Brig Gen William S. McNair Feb 2 Colonel Arthur S. Conklin
Feb 15 Lt Col Leroy V. Patch (ad interim)
1918 Feb 26 Colonel Arthur S. Conklin
June 11 Colonel Arthur S. Conklin (ad interim) to
June 14 Brig Gen William S. McNair May 5
Sept 2 Maj Gen William S. McNair
Sept 10 Brig Gen Richmond P. Davis (ad interim)
Sept 18 Maj Gen William S. McNair
Sept 22 Brig Gen Richmond P. Davis
Oct 8 Colonel Arthur S. Conklin (ad interim)
Oct 10 Brig Gen Richmond P. Davis
Oct 11 Colonel Arthur S. Conklin (ad interim)
Oct 14 Colonel George M. Brooke (ad interim)
Oct 19 Brig Gen Richmond P. Davis

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  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Organization and Training in the United States, Aug 5, 1917- July 12, 1918 288
  • Abbreviations 451
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