[PDF] Download ½ Through the Wheat: The U.S. Marines in World War I | by õ Edwin H. Simmons Joseph H. Alexander

By Edwin H. Simmons Joseph H. Alexander | Comments: ( 887 ) | Date: ( Sep 17, 2019 )

Through the Wheat is a vivid and detailed study of the role of US Marines in World War One.


  • Title: Through the Wheat: The U.S. Marines in World War I
  • Author: Edwin H. Simmons Joseph H. Alexander
  • ISBN: 9781591147916
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Through the Wheat: The U.S. Marines in World War I

  • Gerry

    I read this book in conjunction with George B. Clark’s “Devil Dogs: Fighting Marines of World War I” Devil Dogs Fighting Marines of World War I and I did this initially to balance the Battle of Bois de Belleau. What I came away with in both this book and that of Mr. Clark’s was a much broader view of the First World War but one in which I appreciate more fully the extent of exhaustion of the British and French Expeditionary Forces had endured prior to the late arrival of the AEF under Ge [...]


  • John

    I really wanted to like this book as it had received very good recommndations from some of the Blogs on Consimworld. While I did learn many things that I did not know about the USMC in WWI, I found the narritive to be disjointed and hard to follow. It improved later in the book when the author focused on the battles the Marines participated including Soissons and The Meuse-Argonne. this book is more of an oral history of the USMC in WWI.


  • Fredrick Danysh

    History of the Marines during World War I in France, especially at Beleau Woods and the Argonne Forest. Details how European powers came to consider U.S. Marines as shock troops. It was in this setting that the Marines earned their nickname "Devil Dogs".


  • Dave Beeman

    Excellent account of Marine Corps growth, training and operations conducted in World War I.


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