The March of the 2nd Division, A.E.F.,
including the 4th Brigade of Marines,
from the Meuse to the Rhine,
17 November to 13 December, 1918

Marines of the 2nd Division
passing through Medernach, Luxembourg,
23 Nov 1918
U.S. Army Signal Corps


Day by day summary of 2nd Division movements
from the Meuse to the Rhine, 11 Nov. to 13 Dec. 1918

by Lt. George R. Strott, USN, extracted from his history,
The Medical Department of the United States Navy with the Army and Marine Corps
in World War I
, U.S. Navy Department, 1947.

Extracts from The Records of the Second Division (Regular):

~~4th BRIGADE MARINES, AMERICAN E.F: FIELD ORDERS #40,
12 November 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 12-13 November 1918

~~Interrogation of 2 French Prisoners of War, 13 Nov 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 13-14 November 1918

~~Interrogation of 2 French Prisoners of War, 14 Nov 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 17-18 November 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 18-19 November 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 19-20 November 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 20-21 November 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 21-22 November 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 22-23 November 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 23-24 November 1918

~~Interrogation of 2 German Prisoners of War, 24 Nov 1918

~~Interrogation of the Mayor of Larochette, 24 Nov 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 24-25 November 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 25-26 November 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 26-27 November 1918

~~Hindenburg to the Controlling Government, 27 Nov 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 27-28 November 1918

~~Conversation with a German Chauffeur Who Drove an Officer into Our Lines,
28 Nov 1918


~~Summary of Intelligence, 28-29 November 1918

~~Interrogation of a German Officer, 29 May 1918

~~Interrogation of Pvt. Dan Tucker, 18th Co., 5th Regiment Marines, 29 May 1918

~~Summary of Intelligence, 30 November to 1 December 1918

~~Translation of Proclamation to the German People by Marshal Foch,
1 December 1918


~~Proclamation to the German People by General Pershing, 1 December 1918

~~Conversation With a (Larochette) Luxemburg Citizen, Just Returned from University in Munich, Where He Was a Student During the War Period.





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