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Château-Thierry

(shätō`-tyĕrē`), town (1990 pop. 15,830), Aisne dept., N France, on the Marne River. The town was the focal point of the second battle of the Marne (1918), which ended the last German offensive of World War I. An imposing monument to the U.S. soldiers who fought in the battle is just outside the town. The birthplace of Jean de La Fontaine is preserved as a museum.
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During the Chateau-Thierry campaign, Foulois also encountered many problems with the Air Service's efforts to keep his squadrons at the front supplied with replacement airplanes and personnel.
In July 1918, as the Inspector General was investigating Mitchell's actions during the Chateau-Thierry operation, Foulois on his own initiative went to the investigators and informed them he felt that Mitchell had taken appropriate actions and he would have done the same under similar circumstances.
Shortly before the 1st Pursuit Group arrived in the Chateau-Thierry sector, Reinhard sent a report to his superiors indicating that the Germans had established air superiority: "Since the beginning of the planned assault the Frenchman has been very cautious, completely on the defensive, and only seldom crosses the lines.
The Chateau-Thierry campaign served as his postgraduate education in aerial warfare.
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