U.S. Army Unit History Collection of the Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives
Unit Histories of World War I was often the collaboration of a large number of officers and men who prepared and compiled in narrative form and account of the activities and operations that the unit undertook from formation to the end of the war. Most of the Regimental Histories contain rosters of all men for each company that comprised that infantry regiment.
The accounts of the 346th Regiment of Infantry of the 87th Division in World War I. The 346th Infantry was a component of the 173rd Infantry Brigade of the 87th Division. The 87th Division was made up of National Army drafts from Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. It was organized at Camp Pike, Arkansas. The overseas movement began on August 23, and the last units arrived in France on September 13, 1918.
The accounts of the 351st Regiment of Infantry of the 88th Division in World War I. HQ in Camp Dodge, Iowa. The regiment was one of two composing the One hundred and seventy-sixth Brigade of the Eighty-eighth Division.
The official History of the 88th Division, which will contain in pictures and text the achievements of the Division—its training, its service overseas, its return home, and demobilization. A complete roster of all officers and men who served in the Division overseas will form a part of the History.
Other Unit Histories that haven't been processed
- The 91st Dvision 0 The Fist at Camp Lewis
- The 346th Infantry in America, France and Belgium
- The 55th Artillery CAC in the A.E.F.
- History of the 353rd Infantry Regiment, 89th Division 1917-1919
- History of the 82nd Division AEF 1917-1919