At Bois des Loges, Italian immigrants in the U.S. Army's 78th Infantry Division proved their mettle

Marcone, Rock
June 2005
Military History;Jun2005, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p18
Recalls the experiences of the Company A, 310th Infantry Regiment of the 78th Division in Bois des Loges, France during World War I. Mission of the 78th Division; Launch of a gas bombardment by the U.S. Army in an attempt to disrupt the German defenses; Total number of casualties in Bois des Loges after the war.


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