2nd DIVISION (REGULAR) AEF:
SUMMARY OF INTELLIGENCE

November 28 1918 to November 29, 1918






CONFIDENTIAL
Not to be taken into front line trenches.

2nd DIVISION (REGULAR) AEF.
Second Section, G. S.
No. 133

SUMMARY OF INTELLIGENCE
November 28, 1918 to November 29, 1918.
10 h. to 10 h.


I. GENERAL IMPRESSION OF THE DAY:

The division remained halted on the general line REISDORF sq. 73 - BEAUFORT sq. 94 - BERDORF sq. 95. The indications point to a complete withdrawal of the enemy's forces from our front. No acts of hostilities were committed. The inhabitants of occupied territory continue to show a friendly attitude towards our troops.

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II. ENEMY ORDER OF BATTLE:

Identifications:

170th Infantry and the 46th Foot Artillery. In addition to the units reported yesterday, there left BOLLENDORF Nov. 27th elements of the 170th Infantry, and the 46th Foot Artillery.

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III. ENEMY MOVEMENT:

8 German soldiers seen on east side of bridge at BOLLENDORF early yesterday morning. Civilians report that they are discharged soldiers. 9h. yesterday an automobile which appeared to be a German military machine, came into BOLLENDORF along the rover road from the south and left 20 minutes later on the north road up the valley.

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IV ENEMY MORALE:

~~Nothing new to report.

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V. STATE OF THE HORSES, MATERIAL, ETC:

(a) With the Retreating Enemy:
~~Nothing to report.

(b) Left Behind:
~~Nothing to report.

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VI. CONDUCT OF THE ENEMY:

(a) On the March:
~~Nothing new to report.

(b)In Regard To The Population Of The Evacuated Districts:
~~Nothing new to report.

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VII. OBSERVATION OF THE ARMISTICE:

No violation of the Armistice has been discovered.

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VIII. POPULATION OF THE NEWLY OCCUPIED TERRITORY:

(a) Incidents Which Followed the Occupation:
~~Nothing to report.

(b) The Attitude of the Population And The Appearance of The General Situation:
~~Nothing to report.

(c) The Condition In Which The Occupied Territory Was Found:
~~Nothing to report.

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IX. RELEASED PRISONERS OF WAR:

The 3 following German Prisoners of War were captured by the French near PERTHES (Champagne Front) Sept. 26th, and escaped from the French at DOMLEMESNIL near Sedan Nov. 21st, and apprehended by our Guards 100 yards west of WOLLENDORF bridge, 2h.30 November 28th:

Sgt. Martin Sohommert, 17th Regt., 42nd Div. Sgt. Willy Rafrath, 17th Regt., 42nd Div. Pvt. Hans Bettin, 56th Regt. 14th Div.

German Prisoners of War: Previously reported 422 Since last report (the 3 above) 3
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Total 425


R.S. KEYSER
Major, Marines
A. C. of S., G-2




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