Being the Narrative of Battery A of the 101st Field Artillery
A History of the 101st Field Artillery, formerly known as Battery A of Boston before it was mustered into federal service on July 25, 1917, through its 19 months of World War I service in France, until its demobilization at Camp Devens, Massachusetts, on April 29, 1919. Including service in Chemin Des Dames, Toul, Chateau-Thierry, St. Mihiel and Verdun. The original Appendix contains an Honor Roll of the casualties, List of men wounded, injured, and gassed in battle, Rosters, Order of Battles, List of the Echelons, Summary of the Battery’s movements and interesting events, and
Battery positions occupied on the front.
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