A Companion to the Meuse-Argonne Campaign explores the single largest and bloodiest battle in American military history, including its many controversies, in historiographical essays that reflect the current state of the field.
- Presents original essays on the French and German participation in ‒ and perspectives on ‒ this important event
- Makes use of original archival research from the United States, France, and Germany
- Contributors include WWII scholars from France, Germany, the United States, and the United Kingdom
- Essays examine the military, social, and political consequences of the Meuse-Argonne and points the way for future scholarship in this area
Keywords: Military History, Meuse-Argonne, American military history, World War One, American participation in World War One, American military strategy, modern warfare, America&rsquo, s deadliest battle, General Pershing, Marshal Foch, Meuse-Argonne offensive, Colonel George C. Marshall, Cunel, Romagne, The Lost Battalion, Meuse River, Sedan, chemical warfare, French-American cooperation, Meuse-Argonne veterans