The Devil Dogs At Belleau Wood
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📒The Devil Dogs At Belleau Wood ✍ Dick Camp
✏The Devil Dogs at Belleau Wood Book Summary : Photo-rich firsthand accounts of the month-long battle in June 1918 that turned the tide of WWI.
📒The Devil Dogs Of Belleau Wood ✍ Terrence McCaulley
✏The Devil Dogs of Belleau Wood Book Summary : ***PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE SEMPER FI FUND*** A WORLD AT WAR. A LONE MARINE FIGHTING TO SURVIVE. Charlie Doherty, the hero of PROHIBITION and SLOW BURN returns in a novella of World War I. 1918 -As a corrupt patrolman in New York City, Charlie Doherty had the ward bosses of Tammany Hall and other political cronies to watch his back. But in the hell-storm that became known as the Battle of Belleau Wood, only his rifle and his training keep him alive. After taking cover behind a fallen tree during the worst of the German shelling, Doherty links up with a brave Marine captain and a ragtag crew of survivors who realize the only way out of danger lies not in retreat, but in marching toward the sound of the gunfire. They fight the enemy wherever they find them, hoping to hold back the advancing German tide long enough for the shaken American forces to regroup and re-enforce them. They lean forward. They dig in. They fight back. Doherty and the others began the day as Marines. But by the time it is over, they will be part of a battle that helped secure the reputation of the United States Marine Corps as one of the most feared fighting forces in the world. They will become known as THE DEVIL DOGS OF BELLEAU WOOD.
📒The 5th Marine Regiment Devil Dogs In World War I ✍ Michael A. Eggleston
✏The 5th Marine Regiment Devil Dogs in World War I Book Summary : More than 8,000 men served in the Fifth Marine Regiment during World War I and the occupation of Germany. Marine units were among the first to arrive in war-torn Europe in 1917, and they sustained greater casualties than other American units. This book tells the story of the “Devil Dogs” in World War I and the years after through the recollections of veterans recorded over the past century. The influenza epidemic that raged during the war is discussed. An annotated roster of the regiment lists each Marine, with service details provided where known.
📒Devil Dogs ✍ George Clark
✏Devil Dogs Book Summary : In telling the story of the extraordinary contributions of the U.S. Marines in World War I, this now-classic history examines the Corps’ entire experience in France. Now available in paperback, the book is a valuable resource for data, especially details about each unit and how they functioned. Bolstered with information from official documents as well as published and unpublished memoirs, readers follow the Marines from their recruitment, through training and shipment overseas, to the horrors of trench warfare. The famous battle at Belleau Wood is fully examined, along with the lesser known campaigns at Blanc Mont and Meuse River, and the critical engagements at Verdun, Marbache, and St. Mihiel. Readers learn how the 4th Marine Brigade earned the nickname “Devil Dogs” and why their experiences helped forge the Corps’ identity. It is a new addition to the Leatherneck Classics series.
📒World War I Updated Edition ✍ Peter Bosco
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📒Here Come The Marines ✍ Alexander R. Griffin
✏Here Come the Marines Book Summary : After the bitter fighting against the U.S. Marines in Belleau Wood during WWI, the German commanders on the spot wrote to their high command that they were fighting “Teufel Hunde” or Devil Dogs. The ferocious nickname stuck to the U.S. Marine Corps, who referred to themselves as Devil Dogs to this day. In this gripping account, written soon after the U.S. entry to WWII and the heroic defence of Wake Island came to a close, veteran writer Alexander Griffin recounts the famous history of the Marine Corps. From the shores of Tripoli, through the Halls of Montezuma to the hellish conditions of the Pacific the grit, determination and fighting spirit of the U.S. Marines shines through.
📒They Called Us Devil Dogs ✍ James R. Scarbrough
✏They Called Us Devil Dogs Book Summary : The final first-person battlefield account of World War I and Belleau Wood, as told by Pvt. Jim Scarbrough, 83rd Company, 3rd Battalion, Sixth Regiment United States Marine Corps, Allied Expeditionary Force. A great text for home school history, or independent USMC research. A great gift for any Jarhead!
📒Operation Phantom Fury ✍ Dick Camp
✏Operation Phantom Fury Book Summary : The Second Battle for Fallujah, dubbed Operation Phantom Fury, took place over an almost two-month period, from November 7 to December 23, 2004.The Marine Corps’ biggest battle in Iraq to date, it was so prolonged and fierce that it has entered the pantheon of USMC battles alongside Iwo Jima, Inchon, and Hue City.This book offers an in-depth, intimate look into Operation Phantom Fury, the single most significant battle undertaken during the occupation of Iraq.The author, a retired Marine Corps colonel with combat service in Vietnam, conducted personal interviews with combatants, from the division commander in charge of the operation down to Marine infantrymen who did the fighting.The result--illustrated with a hundred action photographs--is a rare firsthand account of the brutal reality of the war in Iraq, how this battle for a key city was fought, and how such a crucial battle looks from positions of command and from the thick of the fight.
📒Devil Dogs Chronicle ✍ George B. Clark
✏Devil Dogs Chronicle Book Summary : First-hand accounts--drawn from memoirs, diaries, letters, and post-war interviews--of the experiences of the 4th Marine Brigade in World War I.
📒Respect And Recognition Of The Finest Fighting Unit Of This Country ✍ Norman G. Albert
✏Respect and Recognition of the Finest Fighting Unit of This Country Book Summary : Norman Albert served with the Marine Corps in World War II. Inspired by other books that spoke about how presidents and Army generals tried to diminish or eliminate the Corps altogether, he wrote this book stating that they should all apologize for their part in disrespecting the Marine Corps.