Company D, 47th Infantry, 4th Division, near Sergy in the Aisne-Marne Offensive, July 29-August 1, 1918

A brief summary of the operation immediately preceding the engagement mentioned in the title of this paper is necessary, especially so since the 1st Battalion 47th Infantry was detached from its own regiment and fought, in this battle, under the orders of the Commanding Officer, 167th Infantry, 42nd Division.

On July 18, the 1st American Corps had attacked on the western face of the Chateau Thierry salient and had reached the line: Beuvardes-la Crois Rouge Farm – le Charmel on July 24. (more)

CPT John W. Bulger

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