A Rainbow Division Lieutenant in France: The World War I by John H. Taber,Stephen H. Taber

By John H. Taber,Stephen H. Taber

Lieutenant John Huddleston Taber used to be a brand new Yorker assigned to the 168th “Third Iowa” Infantry Regiment of the yankee Expeditionary Force’s forty second “Rainbow” department in the course of international conflict I. His diary offers a close narrative of a tender officer maturing via his struggle reports, from the voyage around the submarine crammed Atlantic, to education in France, to entrance line strive against. In a transparent, unaffected voice, Taber files his dealings with superiors and enlisted males, billets in French and German cities, lifestyles within the trenches, extreme shelling, laptop gun fireplace, gasoline struggle, leaves to Paris, the career of Germany, and his go back to New York.

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