American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE
American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE

WWI American Expeditionary Forces. Map of Metz, France Inner Defenses. Post WWI [1923] Seventy-Sixth Division Training Camp Roster & Camp Schedule. [Seventy-Sixth Division Training Camp Roster & Camp Schedule]. The Spirit of 76 Seventy-Sixth Division. Headquarters: Published Hartford, CT, State Armory, June 23, 1923. This is brass tacked bound group of 7 mimeographed sheets making 14 pages with text on 10 pages, 8 ½ x 10 ½ inches, some soiling and chipping at the extremities and the last page has a 3 x 4 inch chip in the last paragraph with loss of text regarding Division Notes otherwise in good condition. Contents prints information relating to WWI Officers re-enlisting by Nov. 11, 1923 at the highest grade they held in the war and that after Nov. 11, 1923 they would have to enter as second lieutenants. There is a 2 page Schedule of Training Camp Instructions at Camp Devens, Mass, travel info, price list of articles of equipment and a roster of Division officers names. [7 page typescript] Surgery of the Zone of the Advance. By Major George De Tarnowsky M. Red rubber stamped Field Hospital No. This is a prepublication typescript of the book by Major George De Tarnowsky titled Military Surgery of the Zone of the Advance, published 1918 by Lea & Febiger. From the introductory text (in part): In view of the urgent need of furnishing accurate information of this sort to the Medical Personnel, it has been deemed expedient by the Surgeon General to utilize this portion of the Contemplated volume as a sort of advance Publication. It is to be understood that the following descriptions and conclusions, based on close observations of the French Service de Sante etc. This is a fascinating primary source written for the Battalion or Regimental Surgeon to be used as soon as he arrives relating to: Importance of Thorough Knowledge of the Sector of first line trenches, Knowledge of the Probable Terrain to be Occupied in the Course of contemplated Advance, First aid Surgery during Attack, Location of first aid station, Description of first aid station, Equipment and Personnel, Battalion Said Station, Regimental Aid Stations , etc, etc. Among the other important information the contents also gives measurements and descriptions of the trenches and how the stretcher bearers should navigate safely through them in case of artillery and gas attacks. Descriptions about how the surgeries should be constructed below ground to treat slightly wounded and severely wounded men, etc. Histories of a Few typical cases treated at Infirmary. [No author noted], not dated? The content give brief histories of 4 named, age and rank wounded WWI soldiers, 3 are A. Describes their wounds i. Machine gun bullet, gun shot wound, bullet wound in 4 different places, or in one case Pyodermia. Three of the them were picked up by Germans and Limberg Prison and Giessen Prison Camp are mentioned and how they were treated after being captured. Single sheet typescript, 8 x 10 inches, text one side only, creased and tanned, few tiny chips, good condition. Office of the Surgeon, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, New Jersey, March 8, 1918. Instructions to Surgeons of U. A list of 14 Instructions. Signed in type J. Kennedy, Colonel, Medical Corps, Surgeon. Single mimeographed sheet, text on one side only, 8 ½ x 11 inches, chipped at blank margins, creased and tanning. Office of the Surgeon, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, N. Transportation Overseas of Certain Sera and Vaccines for use of American Expeditionary Forces. Troops on Transports For the Information of Surgeon, U. / On Arrival at Liverpool. Special Bulletin To Be Read By All Commanding Officers Of Their Commands, November 18, 1918. It must not be forgotten that the signing of the armistice by the Central Powers does not mean that there will be no more use for an Army of American soldiers in France. Text continues with instructions to be prepared and not grow lax in discipline or training. Single page typescript, text on one side only, 8 ½ x 11 inches, chipped at blank margins, creased and tanning. Officer Commanding 310 Sanitary Train. Camp Commandant announcing inspection time and instruction about formations of the personnel and equipment. Single mimeographed sheet, text on one side only, 8 x 6 ½ inches, chipped at blank margins, creased and staining. Field Hospital, 310 Sn Tn A. 789, January 18, 1919. To; Division Surgeon, 85. In compliance with the above the Board met and organized Oct 1/18 per following order: HQ District #1 September 30. A Board of Officers is appointed to meet at these Headquarters at 1:30 P. 1918, or as soon thereafter as practicable to investigate the shooting of Corp. Lind, #2044899, Hdqrs Troops, and determine whether or not same was in line of Duty. Signature of James D. (FYI they determined in was an accidental hunting accident). Single sheet typescript, 8 x 10 inches, chipped at blank margins, creased and staining. [Map] Metz and Inner Defenses. Printed by G-2-C 2. Army printed below the map area. Very interesting but fragile WWI map showing the inner defenses at Metz, France which remained under German control till the end of war. The sheet measures 15 ½ x 19 inches, map area measures 11 ½ x 16 inches. There is a long horizontal tear at the center fold but the 2 halves are still attached, looks like a fairly easy fix with some archive tape. Short vertical tear at center fold and at lower blank margin. These are interesting WWI A. Primary source materials and will be welcome additions to your archive. Mainstreetbooks has been a family business for more than 25 years. We focus on fine books, historical ephemera, early photography & vintage textiles. The item “American Expeditionary Forces AEF WWI 1918 Documents + Military Map METZ FRANCE” is in sale since Friday, July 31, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Documents & Maps”. The seller is “mainstreetbooks” and is located in Amherst, Massachusetts. 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  • Seventy-Sixth Division: World War I
  • Region of Origin: United States
  • Metz France Military Map: Camp Custer, Michigan
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Theme: Militaria
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Conflict: WW I (1914-18)
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