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List of Towns Occupied by Regimental Headquarters.


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October 2nd, 1917 Arrived at Glasgow, Scotland, on R. M. S. Carpathia.

October 3rd, 1917 Southampton, England.

October 6th, 1917 Le Havre, Seine Inferieure, France.

October 7th, 1917 Enroute across France in French Military Trains.

October 8-Dec. 11, 1917 Colombey-les-Belles Meurthe-et-Moselle, France.

December  12-31, 1917 Longeau, Haute Marne, France

January 1-March 15, 1918 Vrecourt, Vosges, France

March 16-31,1918 Rupt, Meuse, France

April 1-2. 1918 Sommedieue, Meuse, France.

April 3-May 10, 1918 Camp de Claire Cote, Meuse, France.

May 11-21, 1918 Combles, Marne, France.

May 22nd, 1918 Enroute across France in French Military Trains.

May 23-30,1918 Chateau Hallaincourt, Oise, France.

May 31st, 1918 Enrroute, by Camion to Montreuil-aux-Lions, Aisne, France.

June 1-July 9, 1918 Montreuil-aux-Lions, Aisne, France.

July 10-16, 1918 Chamigny, Seine et Marne, France

July 17th, 1918 Enroute by Camion to the Foret-de-Villers-Cotterets, Aisne, France.

July 18th, 1918 In the Foret-de Villers-Cotterets near Montgobert, Aisne, France.

July 18th, 1918 Verte-Feuilles-Farm, near Foret-de Villers-Cotterets, France.

July 18th, 1918 Vauxcastille Farm, near Foret-de-Villers-Cotterets, France.

July 18-19,1918 Vierzy, Aisne, France.

July 20th, 1918 In the Foret-de-Villers-Cotterets near Montgobert, Aisne, France.

July 21-23, 1918 In the Foret-de-Villers-Cotterets near Taillefontaine, Aisne, France.

July 24-25, 1918 Villers-St. Genest, Oise, France.

July 26-30, 1918 Monthyon, Seine et Marne, France.

July 31st, 1918 Enroute across France in French Military Trains.

August 1-8,1918 Champigneulles, Meurth-et-Moselle, France.

August 9-15, 1918 Marbache, Meurth-et-Moselle, France.

August 16-Sept. 3 1918 Camp Boisde L'Eveque, Meurth-et-Moselle. France.

September 4th, 1918 Aingeray, Meurt [sic]-et-Moselle, France.

September 5-8, 1918 Bois de Jure, Meurth-et-Moselle, France.

September 9-11, 1918 Bois des Hayes, Meurth-et-Moselle, France.

September 12-15, 1918 Bois de Four, Meurth-et-Moselle, France.

September 16-18, 1918 Ansauville, Meurth-et-Moselle, France.

September 19-20, 1918 Limey, Meurth-et-Moselle, France.

September 21-26, 1918 Fort d'Ecrouves, Meurth-et-Moselle, France.

September 27th, 1918 Enroute across France in French Military Trains.

September 28th, 1918 St. Germain la Ville, Marne, France.

September 29-30, 1918 Camp du Coq, Marne, France.

October 1st, 1918 Suippes, Marne, France.

October 1st, 1918 Souain, Marne, France.

October 2-5, 1918 Trenches two kilometers north of Souain, Marne, France.

October 6-11, 1918 Trenches one kilometer north of Somme-Py, Marne, France.

October 12-15, 1918 Machault, Ardennes, France.

October 16-26, 1918 Pauvres, Ardennes, France.

October 27th, 1918 Enroute across France in French Camions.

October 28th, 1918 Hike through Foret d' Argonne, Meuse, France.

October 29-30, 1918 Camp in woods near Eclisfontaine, Meuse, France.

October 31 st, 1918 Exermont, Ardennes, France.

November 1st, 1918 Sommerance, Ardennes, France.

November 2nd, 1918 Landreville, Ardennes, France.

November 3-4, 1918 Bayonville, Ardennes, France.

November 5-6, 1918 Fosse, Ardennes, France.

November 7-10, 1918 Sommauthe, Ardennes, France.

November 11-16, 1918 Beaumont, Ardennes, France.

November 17th, 1918 Chauvency-le-Chateau, Meuse, France.

November 18-19, 1918 Dampicourt, Belgium.

November 20th, 1918 Meix-le-Tige, Belgium.

November 21st, 1918 Hobsheid [sic Hobscheid], Luxemburg.

November 22nd, 1918 Reckingen [sic], Luxemburg.

November 23-30, 1918 Rollingen, Luxemburg.

December 1st, 1918 Geichlingen, Germany.

December 2nd, 1918 Oberweiler, Germany.

December 3-5, 1918 Schonecken, Germany.

December 6th, 1918 Gerolstein, Germany.

December 7th, 1918 Dreis, Germany.

December 8th, 1918 Leimbach, Germany.

December 9th, 1918 Ahrweiler, Germany.

December 10-13, 1918 Remagen-on-the-Rhine, Germany.

December 14-16, 1918 Bendorf-on-the-Rhine, Germany.

December 17-19, 1918 Heddesdorf, Germany.

December 20-? Engers-on-the-Rhine, Germany.

 
United States, and John Archer Lejeune. 1919.
A History Of The Second Regiment Of Engineers, United States Army:
From Its Organization In Mexico, 1916, To Its Watch On The Rhine, 1919
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[Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified].
 
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