Contents: the American third army; preface; organization of third army operation; instructions in connection with armistice conditions; encountered in advance plans for crossing the German frontier entry into Germany; plans for crossing the Rhine occupation for the CobLenz bridgehead movement of third army into Germany; completed strength of third army, December 19, 1918; composition of third army as of December 23, 1918; plan in event of renewal of hostilities field orders; prescribing procedure in event enemy refuses to sign peace treaty; German government signs peace treaty strength, July 2, 1919; army troops, November 15, 1918-july 2, 1919; history of the American third army, November 14, 1918-july 2, 1919; American military government of occupied Germany; preface; military government during the march to the Rhine administration of military government in American occupied territory military tribunals ordinances, their interpretations and later modifications; Food supply of civil population in American occupied territory public works; and utilities relations between army and civil population; finance and requisitions American supervision of German civil government; The Rhenish separatist movement; German campaign plans; preface; early German estimate of American strength; Germany plans smashing blow against British front; British give way in southern area before heavy German attacks in spite of early success, Germans fail to reach Amiens by march 28, 1918; Ludendorff orders offensive to be halted; German estimate of combat value of American troops; beginning of Bluecher attack, German attack in Aisne area comes to a halt; German propaganda efforts for Americans; German attack in Marne area stalled; Ludendorff admits failure of Reims attack; Germans go on defensive, august 1918 situation on the west front, September 1, 1918; estimate of situation preceding St-Mihiel attack; results of German defensive battles; proposal to enter peace negotiations; information about American army; preparations by Germans to withdraw into prepared rearward positions; definite orders for retirement from the fighting front group of armies; ordered to withdraw into Hermann position directions for execution of Antwerp-Meuse movement; and estimate of situation, October 31, 1918 cessation of hostilities.
Number Of Pages: 488
Published: 1st June 2005
Publisher: INTL LAW & TAXATION PUBL
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 27.94 x 20.96 x 2.49
Weight (kg): 1.09