2nd DIVISION (REGULAR) AEF:
SUMMARY OF INTELLIGENCE

November 13, 1918 to November 14, 1918






CONFIDENTIAL
Not to be taken into front line trenches.

2nd DIVISION (REGULAR) AEF.
Second Section, G. S.
No. 121

SUMMARY OF INTELLIGENCE
November 13, 1918 to November 14, 1918.
Noon to noon.


I. GENERAL IMPRESSION OF THE DAY:

Enemy withdrawing from our front probably in compliance with the terms of the Armistice.

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II. ENEMY FRONT LINE:

Enemy front line not well defined. Our front line no change.

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III. ENEMY ORDER OF BATTLE:

No identifications.

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IV. ENEMY INFANTRY:

Reports indicate that his infantry has withdrawn from our front. There still remains however, a large number of stragglers in the towns and farms, who seem to be disorganized and without arms. Attempts to fraternize with our front line troops continue.

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V. ENEMY ARTILLERY:

Nothing to report.

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VI. ENEMY MOVEMENTS:

Nothing to report other than the statement under par. IV.

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VII. ENEMY WORKS:

Nothing to report.

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VIII. ENEMY AERONAUTICS:

No activity.

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IX. MISCELLANEOUS:

Prisoners of War: Previously reported (total): 1707. Captured since last report: 5. Total: 1712. 2 French soldiers, German Prisoners of War, entered our lines this morning (Nov. 14th) at MOUZON: Pvt. Gaston Debray ~ 1st M.G. Co., 313th Regt., 125th Div.Inf. Cpl. Charles Demaison ~ 17th Co., 289th Regt.,m 55th Div. Inf.

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X. ACTIVITY OF OUR OWN TROOPS:

No activity, complying strictly with the Armistice Order.


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




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