Army launched its greatest attack of the war in the Argonne Forest
on 26 September 1918 until the conclusion of hostilities on 11 November, the regiment worked tirelessly to open major roads to support the effort.
Patton learned an important lesson from the battle of the Argonne Forest
Because of conscription (the military draft), in the 20" century alone hundreds of thousands have fallen victim to the altruism-collectivism-statism ethic, from the Argonne Forest
to the Vietnam jungles, in Holzer's view.
Unlike most World War I histories of American involvement in the "Great War," Grotelueschen's book goes beyond the well known stories of Belleau Wood and the Argonne Forest
to describe how the AEF adapted to combat in France.
Consisting of roughly 550 men, the 307th was isolated by German forces in the Argonne Forest
in October 1918, and lost nearly 200 men.
From Valley Forge to the battlefields of Gettysburg; from the Argonne Forest
to the shores of Normandy; from the rice paddies of Korea and Vietnam to the mountains of Afghanistan and the streets of Baghdad; our military history is rich with the willingness of generation after generation to live by the Warrior Ethos.
For the first time the story of the 77th Division is told from the perspective of soldiers in the ranks, following the unit which penetrated German lines in the Argonne Forest
of northeastern France only to find themselves surrounded by German forces and alone.