World War I letter from General Claudel
Date: Oct. 31 1918 |
Typescript of letter received from the General Claudel Commanding the 17th French Army Corps, which Charles E. Flowers’ division was attached during recent offensive. The letter is addressed to General Charles G. Morton, commanding the 29th I. D. U.S. and was to be read to the Division at the next roll call. Claudel expresses his honor of having them temporarily under his command and the satisfaction it gave him. He mentions the engagements they were involved in: Malsbrouck, Bois de Consenvcye, Ormont, Bois dela Beire, Claibiere de Molleville, Grande Montague, and Boir d’Etrayes. more...