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1919. It all began on the banks of the Meuse River. No sooner had a colonel of French infantry approached one of our junior officers on November 12th, saying, Tell your commanding officer that he can pull his regiment out any time he wants to, than a couple of the Old Timers found themselves of the opinion that an account should be written of our experiences. As a result, about the first of January, Colonel Sheldon decreed that one officer, to be designated as Historian, should not be compelled to spend all his time driving imaginary machine gun nests out of the wooded hill bordering upon Chaumont. Contents: At Camp Upton; The Crossing; Flanders; Lorraine; The Vesle Defensive; The Advance to the Aisne; The Argonne; The Meuse; and The Hardest Battle of the War.