This manual is published for the information and guidance of all concerned. The following books, pamphlets, and paper have
been freely used:
British army publications
drill regulations, 6" Newton,
notes on aerial photography,
artillery notes no.6,...
This document contains illustrations of German, French and Belgian fuzes. There are categories which discuss a list of German artillery fuzes, marks on German fuzes, fuses used with various guns, abbreviations in used in connection with German...
The Artillery Information Service has available for the location of new enemy batteries and for the identification of old ones (a) aerial observation by airplane, (b) aerial observation by captive balloons, (c) terrestrial observation by (1) the...
Cochrane, Rexmond C.; U.S. Army Chemical Corps Historical Office.
This is a tentative study of the gas experience of the 5th Division during World War I. The study begins with an account of a gas projector attack against elements of the division before the gas attack of the Frapelle operation; both enemy attacks...
Recent historiography has almost universally denounced the tactical prowess of the American Expeditionary Force. However, a detailed analysis of the performance of the 42nd Division’s 165th Infantry Regiment tells a surprisingly different story....
Continuation from III part, contains a narrative of events displaying the facts, seriousness of difficulties encountered, decisions made, results of such and management of the campaign and its effect on the war. Translation by O.S. Rolfe.
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Carrying out a gas attack is the most technical and most dangerous of war's problems, not alone to those taking part in it as in the part of airplane work, but also to all friendly troops for miles around.
This study discusses the 26th Division encounter with gas warfare in the Second Battle of the Marne and covers types of gases, instruction in warfare, the German version and analyzes the actual attack.
This study discusses the 26th Division encounter with gas warfare on the front from Aprement to Flirey and covers types of gases, military operations, lack of training, and analyzes the actual attack and the many mistakes made in using gas.