Excerpt from The History of the 306th Field Artillery: Compiled by the Men Who Participated in the Events Described
Following the signing of the Armistice the regiment was withdrawn from the lines, and billeted in the village of Dancevoir, Department of haute-marne. It was he... re that the members of the regiment first conceived the idea of placing within the covers of a book the tales of their adventures in the Army. The illustrations were made by artists whose sketch, books were carried about with them in village and field. The history was written entirely by officers and men of the regiment who were eye-witnesses of the events they record. So, from the idea of keeping alive these memories of the regiment in camp, battle field, and billet, this book was born.
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