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CHATEAU THIERRY & BELLEAU WOOD Belleau Wood (bĕl`ō, bĕlō`), forested area in Aisne dept., N France, E of Château-Thierry. The scene of a victory over the Germans after hard fighting (June 6–25, 1918), involving chiefly U.S. 1918: AMERICA'S BAPTISM OF FIRE Baptism of Fire
A difficult situation that a company or individual experiences that will result in either success or failure. Examples include Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), a new CEO hired to manage a struggling company, and hostile takeover attempts. ON THE MARNE (184603034X, $18.95) by David Bonk joins others in Osprey's specialized 'Campaign' series to cover the actions of a 1918 American Expeditionary Force The American Expeditionary Forces or AEF was the United States military force sent to Europe in World War I.
The AEF fought alongside allied forces against imperial German forces. , which helped defeat the last German offensive of World War I. Included in the recount are first-hand accounts, photos and maps--in both black and white and full color--lending to an outstanding survey for specialized, in-depth collections where World War I history is a focus. David Murphy's IRISH REGIMENTS IN THE WORLD WARS (1846030153, $17.95) joins others in the 'Elite' series focusing on military forces and techniques. This focus on Irish regiments of the two wars includes a healthy dose of Irish history and culture in addition to military history: as such it offers a smooth survey of Irish heroes and participation. Chris Bucholtz's 332ND FIGHTER GROUP--TUSKEGEE AIRMEN (1846030447, $22.95) adds to the 'Aviation Elite Units' series and covers a Tuskegee Experiment designed to prove that Afro-Americans were not capable of flying combat aircraft: an experiment which created one of aviation's top units. The group proved victorious, sink a German naval vessel, and was feared and respected by the Germans. Their saga comes to life, here.