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1. Bouresches, France Bouresches, France Wars--World War I; All that was left of the town of Bouresches which was captured in a rush of the night of June 6, 1918 by a platoon of twenty-odd Americans and held against all German attempts to retake it

2. Soldiers Receive Decorations Soldiers Receive Decorations Wars--World War I Maj. Gen. Hunter Liggett shaking hands with Sgt. J. Bushman, Company G, Ninth Infantry, whom he had decorated with the Medaille Militare and Croix de Guerre. He captured a machine gun nest at Soissons....

3. German Prisoners German Prisoners Wars--World War I German prisoners captured on night of July 1st, 1918, by Ninth and Twenty-third Regiments, United States Infantry, Second Division, Chateau Thierrey, France.

4. German Prisoners German Prisoners Wars--World War I German prisoners captured on night of July 1st, 1918, by Ninth and Twenty-third Regiments, United States Infantry, Second Division, Chateau-Thierrey, France.

5. 105 mm Field Gun 105 mm Field Gun Wars--World War I A 105 mm field gun captured by Second Division, July 1918. Gun marked on top of barrel with emblem of Crown initials W. R. and the motto "Ultima ratio regis." W. R. stands for William II Rex. Gun marked...

6. Headquarters of Gen. Wendell C. Neville Headquarters of Gen. Wendell C. Neville Wars--World War I Headquarters of Gen. Wendell C. Neville, who commanded the Fourth Marine Brigade, which successfully attacked and captured Blanc Mont in the operation of the Second Division in the Champagne sector, Oct....
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