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    Posted 4 years ago

    Takeyourtime
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    It's a company list I believe. I don't know much about it. The time period may be ww1. All of the names of the soldiers are written. I just don't know about which war they fought in.

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    1. verretcheque verretcheque, 4 years ago
      Part of the US 82nd (All American) Division. Arrived in its entirety, France 1st June 1918.

      "The division left Escarbotin June 16th and entered the Toul sector with a French Division on June 27th, occupied this quiet sector alone from July 18, 1918 to Aug. 9th, moved to Blanod les Toul training area, taking over the Sector Marbache, astride the Moselle on Aug. 19th and occupied it until Sept. 21st. This was a quiet sector except during the battle of St. Mihiel from Sept. 12th to 18th. Moved to the Thiaucourt area, west of Verdun by bus, and on Oct. 6th entered actively the Meuse- Argonne offensive, north of Varennes, continued in this offensive until Oct. 30th, when it was withdrawn to the vicinity of Chene Tondu and Camp Bouzon. Thence on Nov. 2nd to Florent-Les Islettes area, thence to Vaucouleurs training area, Nov. 4th, Beaumont training area, Nov. 10th and to the tenth training area, on Nov. 15th (Prauthoy). Sailed from Bordeaux in April 1919."
    2. verretcheque verretcheque, 4 years ago
      6 casualties, no KIA's, so pretty much the entire list made it back States-side.
    3. Takeyourtime Takeyourtime, 4 years ago
      Well thank you for the information. Very interesting so it's ww1. Good show old chap. :)
    4. scottvez scottvez, 4 years ago
      It is WW1 era. The 327th was part of the 82nd Division-- a desirable unit for collectors. In WW2 it became part of the 101st and continues there today.

      scott
    5. Takeyourtime Takeyourtime, 4 years ago
      Thank you Scott , I will post more photos shortly. I greatly appreciate any information on my photographs from anyone. :)

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