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Image from page 426 of “Illinois in the World War; an illustrated record prepared with the coöperation and under the direction of the leaders in the state’s military and civilian organizations” (1920)
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Title: Illinois in the World War; an illustrated record prepared with the coöperation and under the direction of the leaders in the state’s military and civilian organizations
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: States Publications Society
Subjects: World War, 1914-1918
Publisher: Chicago, States Publications Society
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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READY TO ADVANCE DURING MANEUVERS AT WILLERONCOURT The 129th Infantry By Lieutenant Colonel Diller S. ]Iyers, Jr. As it will appear from a perusal of the history of the 120th Infantry herein offered, that itdiffers in several essentials from the style of current histories of similar organizations, someexplanation of this fact is due to the reading public, particularly that portion of it which servedwiih the regiment. We are taught by historians that a history of a nation or of any of the instrumentalitiesof a nation should serve first to delineate facts and circumstances so they may be preserved toposterity, and should aspire secondly to kindle patriotism and keep the fires of love for onescountry burning brightly. Obviously, if these be the purposes of a history, it is improper todetail facts which would reflect discredit upon the service, even though they would retlect upor.organizations other than the i2Qth Infantry. The writer is indebted to Lieutenant Cyril A. Burns, regimental

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