With the Help of God and a Few Marines
by A.W. Catlin, W.A. Dyer
Publisher: Doubleday, Page & Company 1919
Number of pages: 478
First published in 1919, this is the story of the 6th Marine Regiment in World War I by its commander. The 6th Marine Regiment was part of the 4th (Marine) Brigade in the 2nd Infantry Division. It is a classic account of their war in France, particularly the battle of Belleau Woods in June 1918.
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