WW1 Red Arrow
The 32nd Division in the World War
Milwaukee, Wis.: Wisconsin Printing Company, 1920. Decorative Cloth, 319 pages, 27.5 cm. (10 3/4 in.). Tan cloth with blue cloth backstrip; black lettering on spine, black & red lettering on front cover, plus black silhouette illus. of doughboys in battle. 1920 dedication in front to Frank T Stehlingn from his father and uncle. Illustrated with black & white photographs & maps. A World War I history of the Thirty-second "Red Arrow" Division, which was made up of Wisconsin & Michigan boys. Describes the capture of Juvigny, breaking the Kriemhilde Stellung; the march to the Rhine; the Armistice, and more. Includes a graph of casualties and a casualty report and lists of officers and men awarded various medals and decorations. Book block is loose from cover, needs some repairs.