By David Bonk
At 1:00 am on September 12, 1918, observed through rain and lightning, the yankee military introduced its first significant offensive of worldwide struggle I. Supported through French Colonial troops, the yank IV and V Corps burst during the weakened German line at St. Mihiel and seized a number of targets whereas taking up 16,000 prisoners and taking pictures over four hundred weapons. even supposing American strategies stay suspect, and the operation fee 7,000 US casualties, the conflict used to be heralded as a massive Allied victory. extra importantly, it tested to the French and British that the american citizens have been in a position to large-scale, combined-arms operations. full of images, paintings and conflict maps, this publication explains the total offensive intimately.