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Bibliography of The 2nd Division


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American Battle Monuments Commission. 1944. 2d Division, Summary Of Operations In The World War. [Washington]: U.S. G.P.O. * 2d Division, Summary Of Operations
Andriot, R. 1920. Belleau Wood and the American Army: the 2nd and 26th Divisions (June and July 1918). Washington, D.C.: Belleau Wood Memorial Assoc.  
ARMY COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS, and Hill, J W. 2012. A Regiment Like No Other: The 6th Marine Regiment at Belleau Wood. http://oai.dtic.mil/oai/oai?&verb=getRecord&metadataPrefix=html&identifier=ADA563012. Also available here. 6th Marine Regiment at Belleau Wood
Blake, Robert Wallace. 2004. From Belleau Wood to Bougainville: the oral history of Major General Robert Blake USMC and the travel journal of Rosselet Wallace Blake. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse. From Belleau Wood to Bougainville
Burton, Allan. 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. Cologne: Printed by M. DuMont Schauberg.  
Catlin, Walter A. 1919. With the help of god and a few marines. Garden City: Doubleday, Page.  
Cone, Anthony D. 1929. E Battery goes to war. [Place of publication not identified]: R.E. Lee.  
Cornebise, Alfred E. 1981. The Amaroc News: The Daily Newspaper of the American Forces in Germany, 1919-1923. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.  
Derby, Richard. WADE IN, SANITARY! THE STORY OF A DIVISION SURGEON IN FRANCE. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1919. * WADE IN, SANITARY!
Foster, Pell W. 1921. A Short History Of Battery "B", 12th Field Artillery, Second Division In The World War. New York: The Evening Post Job Printing Office, Inc.  
Gibbons, Floyd Phillips. 1918. "And They Thought We Wouldn't Fight.". New York: Doran. And They Thought We Wouldn't Fight.
Harbord, James G. 1936. The American army in France, 1917-1919. Boston: Little, Brown.  
History of the Third battalion, Sixth regiment, U.S. Marines; compiled from the official records kept by the battalion historian-and operations reports covering all of the engagements in which this battalion participated; maps by the Battalion intelligence section. 1919. Hillsdale, Mich: Akers, Macritchie & Hurlbut.  
Kean, Robert Winthrop. DEAR MARRAINE 1917-1919. Livingston, N.J.: Privately Published by the Author, 1969. * DEAR MARRAINE 1917-1919
Millett, Allan R. 1993. In Many a Strife: General Gerald C. Thomas and the U.S. Marine Corps 1917-1956. Annapolis, Md: Naval Inst. Press. In Many a Strife
Mortensen, Mark. 2011. George W. Hamilton, USMC: America's greatest World War I hero. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co. George W. Hamilton, USMC
RENDINELL, J. E., and George PATTULLO. 1928. One Man's War: the diary of a leatherneck. Pp. xii. 177. J.H. Sears & Co: New York. * One Man's War: the diary of a leatherneck
Second Division Association, Oliver Lyman Spaulding, and John Womack Wright. 1937. The Second Division, American Expeditionary Force In France 1917-1919. New York: Historical committee, Second Division Association, the Hillman Press.  
Strott, G. George. (1947). The Medical Department of the United States Navy With the Army And Marine Corps In France In World War I: Its Functions And Employment. Navmed 1197. Washington: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, U. S. Navy Dept..

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Thomason, John W. 1926. Fix bayonets! New York: C. Scribner's.  
Thomason, John W., and George B. Clark. 2006. The United States Army Second Division Northwest of Chateau Thierry in World War I. Jefferson, NC [u.a.]: McFarland. Second Division Northwest of Chateau Thierry
United States, and W. A. Mitchell. 1920. The Official History Of The Second Regiment Of Engineers And Second Engineer Train, United States Army, In The World War. [San Antonio]: [San Antonio printing Co.].
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. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified].
United States Army, Infantry Division, 2nd. n.d. [History of the 2d Division in World War I.]. http://cgsc.contentdm.oclc.org/u?/p4013coll7,861.  
United States, and Edwin North McClellan. 1920. The United States Marine Corps in the World War. Washington: Govt. Print. Off.  
United States, and W. A. Mitchell. 1920. The official history of the Second Regiment of Engineers and Second Engineer Train, United States Army, in the world war. [San Antonio]: [San Antonio printing Co.].  
United States. 1938. History of the Second Battalion, Fifth Marines. Quantico, Va: First Brigade, Fleet Marine Force, Marine Barracks. History of the Second Battalion, Fifth Marines
Westover, Wendell, and Lucien Jonas. 1929. Suicide Battalions. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons.  
Williams, Ralph L. 1985. The Luck Of A Buck. Madison, Wis: Fitchburg Press.  
 
1918 Armistice with Germany Original Rhine River documents typed by the 2nd Division.
These pages may have been rough draft manuscripts for some of these booklets.
HISTORY OF MEDICAL PERSONNEL OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY SIXTH REGIMENT MARINE CORPS HISTORY OF MEDICAL PERSONNEL OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY SIXTH REGIMENT MARINE CORPS AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES WORLD WAR 1917—1918 By GEORGE G. STROTT. CHIEF PHARMACISTS MATE. UNITED STATES NAVY. SIXTH U.S. MARINES. AM. E. F. GERMANY. *
COMMENDATIONS, SECOND DIVISION (REGULARS) COMMENDATIONS, SECOND DIVISION (REGULARS)
THE SECOND DIVISION - AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES THE SECOND DIVISION - AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
Publishers:
Sgt. C. GORDON HARRADEN
Property Office; Quartermaster Detachment
Pvt. 1/c RAYMOND H. STEDMAN
Medical Detachement; Headquarters Train and Military Police
Published at Neuwied am Rhein, Germany. February 1919.
  Vencill, Ralph K. 1919. From Robinson to the Rhine: Battery "A" 17th Field Artillery, 1917-1918-1919. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified].
The Second Division; Syllabi United States. 1919. The Second Division; Syllabi Of The Histories Of Regiments And Separate Organizations. From dates of organization to June 1, 1919. Coblenz, Ger: Coblenzer Volkszeitung.
  Donaldson, George H. 1919. Seventy-Eighth Company Sixth Marines, Second Division - Army Of Occupation. Neuwied, Germany, July, 1919
18th Co. 5th Regt., U.S. Marines Field, H. B., and H. G. James. 1919. Over The Top With The 18th Co. 5th Regt., U.S. Marines: A History. [Germany]: [publisher not identified]. *
Official Citations Of The Second Division Official Citations Of The Second Division
Commendations of Second Division Second Division Association. 1919. Commendations of Second Division, American Expeditionary Forces, France, 1917-1919, Germany. Cologne, Ger: Second Division Association.
  The Ninth U.S. Infantry In The World War. 1919. [Neuwied a. RH.]: [L. Heusersche buchdr. (J. Meincke)].
  The Amaroc news. 1919. Coblenz, Germany: William W. Corcoran.
U.S.M.C. 74th Company, 6th Regiment U.S.M.C. 74th Company, 6th Regiment, Coblenz, Germany 1919
1st Battalion 5th Marines United States, and LeRoy P. Hunt. 1983. History of the First Battalion, Fifth Regiment, U.S. Marines: [June 1917-August 1919]. [Foster, R.I.]: The Brass-Hat.

Originally published on the Rhine River 1919.
20th Co. 5th Regt. United States Marines. A History of the 20th Co. 5th Regt. United States Marines. *
2nd Battalion 5th Marines United States. 1938. History of the Second Battalion, Fifth Marines. Quantico, Va: First Brigade, Fleet Marine Force, Marine Barracks.

Originally published on the Rhine River 1919.
 
 
Our hearts are tied up in our kit bags Just a Line.
We are nice to the daughters of England,
And polite to the belles of France;
And good to the orphans of Belgium,
And give the Frauleins a•glance.
But remember, we're out on business,
And whenever our sympathies stray,
Our hearts are tied up in our kit bags,
For the girls of the U. S. A.
Soldiers Mail Postcards
Printed on the Rhine River 1919.
Contributed by Adam Dintenfass
We fought for the Red, White and Blue We licked them at Chateau-Thierry
And we licked them at Soissons too
At the old St. Mihiel drive
We left no boche alive
We fought for the Red, White and Blue
We brought home the bacon at Champagne
And we got a piece at the Argonne too
And if they ask what's the best of divisions
Just refer them to number 2.
 
* Contributed by Adam Dintenfass
 
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