4 edition of Organization of the services of supply, American expeditionary forces ... found in the catalog.
|Statement||Prepared in the Historical branch, War plans division, General Staff|
|Series||Monograph -- no. 7, Monograph (United States. War Dept.) -- no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||21000086|
Ebooks list page: ; American Expeditionary Forces: General Headquarters, Armies, Army Corps, Services of Supply, and Separate Forces, Volume 1; Biennial Reports of the Chief of Staff of the United States Army to the Secretary of War, 1 July - 30 June ; United States Army in the World War, Volume 1: Organization of the American. By , the book was expanded with additional research to serve as a history of the American Expeditionary Forces’ accomplishments. Among the contributing authors was Maj. Dwight D. Eisenhower who was assigned to ABMC by the Army in the ’s.
Report of the Chief Surgeon, Headquarters, Services of Supply, American Expeditionary Forces, 28 February The Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War (The Official History Series) Series Preface: Volume I: The Surgeon General's Office: Volume II: Administration American Expeditionary Forces. When the United States entered World War I on April 6, , the American Regular Army stood at ,, a paltry number of soldiers for a nation that had just entered a global conflict. Gen. John J. Pershing, commander of the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF), arrived in France on J plunging into intense reconnaissance and deliberation to determine the nature and size of the .
Organization of the Services of Supply, American Expeditionary Forces Monograph No; 7 by United States War Department Service With Fighting Men An Account of the Work of the American Young Men's Christian Associations in the World War by William Howard Taft. - Book. From the library of General John J. Pershing. This copy of the report has been prepared for the personal use of General John J. Pershing and is respectfully presented to him by Major General J.H. Harbord, Commanding General, S.O.S. Table of Contents: Foreword; A Few Significant Dates; Duration of Great War; Territorial Terms of Armistice; Organization of Services of Supply.
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Major General John J. Pershing, Commander, American Expeditionary Forces, to Vice Admiral William S. Sims, Commander, United States Naval Forces Operating in European Waters Mercantile Shipping Incoming telegram From Pershing To Admiral Sims.
Date 5. Coppies to C.C. & Admiral Sims. Code Cypher. Referred for action to xxxxx Decoded GK Typed by EDM TRANSLATION May 17th. The Army Service Forces was a unique organization, although it was in part modeled after the Services of Supply (SOS) that had been set up in France as a separate command within the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) of Gen.
John J. Pershing. There was no exact counterpart to it within the United States during World War I. Major General John J. Pershing, Commander, American Expeditionary Forces, to Vice Admiral William S.
Sims, Commander, United States Naval Forces Operating in European Waters. Confidential. AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. OFFICE OF THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. London, Ap Dear Admiral Sims: Referring to your personal letter of recent date 1 regarding additional ports for our. RECORDS OF THE AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, NORTH RUSSIA.
14 lin. History: Established as Murmansk Expedition, August 8,from American forces authorized by President Wilson, Jand selected by General Pershing, J Participated in Allied operations to defend supply lines in the Archangel.
Organization and Insignia of the American Expeditionary Force: R.J. Dalessandro: Books - The World War I Memoirs of Captain Henry C. Evans, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces.
By Combat Studies Institute Press. Pages. Published: When “Grandma Evans” died inJohn and Rosalyn Evans fell heir to John’s father’s old Army footlocker, which contained a trea¬sure trove of World War I memorabilia. Administrative matters concerning the selection of disabled members of the American Expeditionary Forces for return therefrom to the United States, and the transfer of such men from hospitals in the Services of Supply to base ports and thence to suitable transports, were made a responsibility of the hospitalization division of the chief surgeon.
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Originally pub. inthis is a facsimile reprint. Dark blue cloth bound hard cover book in v.g. to near fine cond. w/only the sl. bumps to the bottom corners.