ROSTER OF US MARINES,
WORLD WAR I ERA,
1917-1919

Frank F. Lockman

Military Personnel Research, Yucca Valley, CA, 1997. NEW. Blue card covers, 3-ring binder. Brief, mostly one-line entries (name, rank, serial number, date enlisted, unit, year assigned to unit, casualty status & awards) for 20,975 WWI-era Marines, 97% of whom were members of the 4th Brigade (5th & 6th Regiments & 6th Machine Gun Battalion) of the 2nd Division, AEF, which fought at Belleau Wood, Soissons, St Mihiel, Blanc Mont & the Argonne. It was this brigade which, at Belleau Wood, galvanized the broken morale of the Allies in last year of the Great War and established the Marine Corps as a world-class fighting organization. This information, available nowhere else in a single place, was compiled from numerous sources over many years.

Recommended by George Clark,
author of
Devil Dogs: Fighting Marines of World War I

$203

To make further inquires about this roster, contact
Mr. Frank F. Lockman
at
MILITARY PERSONNEL RESEARCH
8831 Catalina Way
Yucca Valley, CA 92284
760-365-4182

I do not carry this roster,
I am only listing it here as a favor to Mr. Lockman.
Please mention my name, Bradley Omanson, if you contact him.
Thank you.