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September 12-15, 1918
Headquarters Ninth Infantry,
A.E.F. France, 17 Sept. 1918.

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List of Prisoners, Camps, Guns and material captured by the 9th Infantry in the operation of July 12--15.

Estimated number of Prisoners - 1600. 3d Battalion alone reports sending in over 1000.

 
Property.
Following Camps or Lagers.
Fourwald Pioneer Lager
Pioneer Minenwerfer Lager
Saulxwald Bayern.
Protzen Bagagewaldchen
Bertram Luther Lager I
Hamburger. Luther Lager II
Dion. Pioneer Park Opitz Lager.
Kriegshans.  
 
Guns.       Howitzers and Minenwerfers.  
57 mm 1.   About 6" 8.
77   42.   8" 3.
88   8.   10" 8.
105   6.   250 mm 4.
155   19.   Total 23
Total   76      
 

One hospital establishment, with hospital train (R.R.) together with large supplies of medical stores and equipment.

One narrow gauge railroad with at least 3 engines and about 50 cars.

Several storehouses of ammunition and other supplies, numerous machine guns and other small arms taken in battle and captured in stores.

Two motor ambulances and a number of horses and wagons, including one signal wagon complete.

(Sgd) J.R. Mc Key
J. R. McKey
1st Lieut., 9th Inf.,
R.I.O.
 
Records Of The Second Division (Regular) Volume 7; Operation Reports — War Diaries — Patrol Reports
Second Division Historical Section, The Army War College, Washington, D. C.
 
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