AMERICA IN FRANCE

BY MAJOR FREDERICK PALMER

Author of " The Last Shot," " My Year of the Great War," " With Our Faces in the Light," etc.

NEW YORK

DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY

1918

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • To the Reader vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - Pershing Goes to France 1
  • II - Our Great Project 11
  • III - The First Troops Arrive 22
  • IV - They Go to Lorraine 31
  • V - Hard Training 43
  • VI - A Blue Print Era 56
  • VII - Many Problems 66
  • VIII - Building an Organization 77
  • IX - Faith in the Rifle 94
  • X - Some Firsts for the First 106
  • XI - Three More Divisions 121
  • XII - Pulling Upstream 138
  • XIII - The Other "Over There" 155
  • XIV - The Secretary Comes 166
  • XV - Everyday Fighting 182
  • XVI - All We Have 199
  • XVII - Our First Offensive 211
  • XVIII - A Call from the Marne 229
  • XIX - Holding the Paris Road 242
  • XX - Belleau Wood and Vaux 252
  • XXI - Wounded and Prisoners 272
  • XXII - Divisions with the English 280
  • XXIII - Our Army Travels 293
  • XXIV - Busy Days for the C.-In-C. 301
  • XXV - Resolute Stonewalling 310
  • XXVI - We Strike Back 329
  • XXVII - Driving Toward Soissons 340
  • XXVIII - Vierzy and Berzy-Le-Sec 360
  • XXIX - Forward from Château-Thierry 371
  • XXX - The Heights of the Ourcq 385
  • XXXI - To the Vesle 400
  • XXXII - Saint Mihiel 414
  • XXXIII - We Take the Salient 428
  • XXXIV - Our Argonne Battle 441
  • XXXV - Aviation 455
  • XXXVI - The Great Project Realized 467
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