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The authoritative dramatic and previously untold story of the bloodiest battle in American history the epic fight for the Meuse Argonne in World War I On September 26 1918 than one million American soldiers prepared to assault the German held Meuse Argonne region of France Their commander General John J Pershing believed in the superiority of American guts over barbed wire machine guns massed artillery and poi A ok book but it could have been far better Endless repetition of the same stock phrases the attacked jumped off at 500am make one thrust indistinguishable from another This is amplified by the paucity of maps and those included are of such poor uality as to be nearly uselessIn the first attack General Pershing tactical and strategic idiot with no knowlege of modern warfare He thought failure of will was at fault for his green Divisions inability to break well placed German machine gum Maxim nests with interlocking fields of fire The untried Colonel Canu Cynnar in American history the epic fight for the Meuse Argonne La bondad de los extraños in World War I On September 26 1918 than one million American soldiers prepared to assault the German held Meuse Argonne region of France Their commander General John J Pershing believed Willy the Wizard in the superiority of American guts over barbed wire machine guns massed artillery and poi A ok book but Off-side it could have been far better Endless repetition of the same stock phrases the attacked jumped off at 500am make one thrust Esclava Medieval: La Sumisión retorcida en Placer por un Matrimonio de Conveniencia (Novela Romántica y Erótica en Español: Fantasía nº 1) (Spanish Edition) indistinguishable from another This Enséñame más is amplified by the paucity of maps and those Wonder (The Books of Marvella, included are of such poor uality as to be nearly uselessIn the first attack General Pershing tactical and strategic Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set idiot with no knowlege of modern warfare He thought failure of will was at fault for his green Divisions The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase inability to break well placed German machine gum Maxim nests with The Tunnel interlocking fields of fire The untried Colonel

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Son gas In thirty six hours he said the Doughboys would crack the German defenses and open the road to Berlin Six weeks later after savage fighting across swamps forests towns and rugged hills the battle finally ended with the signing of the armistice that concluded the First World War The Meuse Argonne had fallen at the cost of than 120000 American casualties including 26000 dead In the bloodiest battle the co I tend not to read books where I know the ending I was well aware this was the final battle of the war and that the Allies were victorious As my grandfather was killed on the first day of this battle I thought it fit that I should read this now as part of my commemoration of the centenary of the Armistice Fought over a period of forty seven days from September 26 to November 11 1918 the Meuse Argonne sucked in 12 million American soldiers leaving 26277 of them dead and 95786 wounded Almost all of these casualties came in a period of about three weeks Somos chicos de menta (Tomo 5) including 26000 dead In the bloodiest battle the co I tend not to read books where I know the ending I was well aware this was the final battle of the war and that the Allies were victorious As my grandfather was killed on the first day of this battle I thought Disciplina Positiva Para Preescolares (NIÑOS: EDUCACIÓN Y CUIDADOS) it fit that I should read this now as part of my commemoration of the centenary of the Armistice Fought over a period of forty seven days from September 26 to November 11 1918 the Meuse Argonne sucked The Ronin in 12 million American soldiers leaving 26277 of them dead and 95786 wounded Almost all of these casualties came Rockonomics in a period of about three weeks


10 thoughts on “To Conuer Hell The Meuse Argonne 1918

  1. says:

    Never fight the Russians in their snow – or the Germans in a forest stronghold In 9 AD in the depths of the Teutoberg Forest a confederacy of Germanic tribes ambushed and annihilated a force of three Roman legions read about the battle in Schama’s Landscape and Memory and you will have Anselm Kiefer nightmares; in the fall and winter of 1

  2. says:

    A ok book but it could have been far better Endless repetition of the same stock phrases the attacked jumped off at 500am make one thrust indist

  3. says:

    This is the best book on the Muese Argonne campaign I've read There are a lot of first person accounts that really help you

  4. says:

    Definitely worth wading through the 400 plus pages Detailed account of America's main battle on the western front I though

  5. says:

    This is a military history of Meuse Argonne battle that America fought in WWI against the Germans It was the major battle that the US engaged in and was key to the German defeat in November of 1918 This book is a long and detailed description of the months long engagement It describes bayonet fights artillery she

  6. says:

    I tend not to read books where I know the ending I was well aware this was the final battle of the war and that the Allies were victorious As my grandfather was killed on the first day of this battle I thought it fit that I should read this now as part of my commemoration of the centenary of the Armistice Fought over a period of forty seven

  7. says:

    This book is really important to me First it is the definitive account of the battle in the Meuse Argonne Second and impor

  8. says:

    An addictive readable account of US action in World War One It presents personal accounts of soldiers from generals to privates which highlighted the disconnect Army leadership had from the actual conditions on the front Like another reviewer noted maps would have been useful Otherwise a great book

  9. says:

    This bookś theme is a digust due to at the time American generals did not care for the loss of human life by throwing men at enemy lines

  10. says:

    An interesting book on the final campaign of World War I I enjoyed how certain events tied in to the campaign From Charles Whittlsey's Lost Battalion to Alvin C York this book tells of the horrors of trench warfare and the newly developed weapons that were used such as gas and the airplane