Battle of Cantigny

A study of “The Battle of Cantigny” would be incomplete without including in it the events immediately preceeding [sic], with reference to the Allied situation and American participation in the World War, since these events were the sole justification for making this, the first American offensive, on a scale out of all proportion to the purely tactical gains to be had.

When the Russian Armies collapsed in 1917, the German Armies on the Eastern Front were transfered [sic] to the Western Front with the result that the German forces on the Western Front were practically doubled. (more)

CPT George E. Butler

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