WWI Officer Experience Reports - AEF
These officer experience reports for World War I contain correspondence, drawings, maps, plans, photographs, and reports maintained by the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). They document activities of engineer units on the Western Front, Italy, and during the occupation of Germany. Included are historical narratives of AEF camouflage, construction, forestry, search-light, and engineer units. Many reports go beyond military terminology and give remarkable personal insights into situations and events.
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Spotlight added: Lieutenant James Metzger's WWI Officer Experience Report
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WWI American Expeditionary Forces, Officer Experience Reports. Original data from: The National Archives
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