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7th Engineers, WW I
These World War I pages are dedicated to:

Lt Louis C. Brown, Co D, 7th Engineer Regiment,
Wounded in Action during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, 14 October 1918,
Died of Wounds 18 October 1918, US Army Field Hospital, Fromerville, France;

...his comrades in arms who fought The Great War;

...his grandson, Sam T. Harper whose enqueries prompted the opening
these pages;

...and to his great grandson, Louis Harper, who bears his name.

Last updated:
Sunday, August 1, 2004 5:34 PM
 

CAUTION

UNDER
CONSTRUCTION

SORRY FOR THE
INCONVENIENCE

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These WW II pages are under construction, only those pages in blue are currently active.
I am trying to obtain enough information to increase the volume of material presented here.
Note these pages are indexed both from this page and the main site map.

 
Site Map
Absent Comrades
 
 
"Reflections & Bios "
"Combat Diary"
"Photos"
Lewis C. Brown Biography
Organization and Stateside
Photos 1
William M. Hoge -Biography
France: Apr - mid July 1918
Photos 2
GEN Leonard Wood
France: July -Aug 1918
France: St. Mihiel
France: Meuse-Argonne
 
France/Luxembourg: Occupation
"Misc"
The People
TO & E
Full Roster
Equipment
Maps
 
 
 
World War I Victory Medal  (Below):
Awarded to anyone who served in the the US Army between 6 April 1917 and 11 November 1918, or with The American Expidetionary Forces in European Russia between 12 November 1918 and and 5 August 1919, or with the American Expeditionary Forces in Serbia between 23 November 1918 and 1 April 1920. For more information go to
http://www.perscom.army.mil/tagd/tioh/ribbons.htm (link broken) or http://www.inxpress.net/~rokats/medals.html



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