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FOLDER 6. Series VI: Map Showing Operations of the 82nd Division
Tactical maps of battles in France that include order of battle.
82nd Division Regimental Assignments
1:50,000
French military grid w/ handwritten regimental assignments
FOLDER 7. Series VII: Special Maps of St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne and Other Offensives used by the First Division, September 1918
Tactical maps that depict geographic features and order of battle.
Saint Mihiel Operations First American Army, September 12-15, 1918
1:150,000
Saint Mihiel Offensive

French military grid reprinted by U.S.29th Eng. w/ divisional dispositions for attack
Saint Mihiel Objectives and Zones of Action
1:20,000
Saint Mihiel Offensive

French military grid w/ 1st Division order of battle handwritten, including objectives and barrage
1st Division A.E.F. Operation (12 A.M.) No. 16, November 5-7, 1918
1:100,000
Meuse-Argonne Offensive

French military grid reprinted by U.S.29th Eng. w/ handwritten divisional dispositions
Rupt de Mad River According to VIII French Armee
1:20,000
Saint Mihiel Offensive

French military grid w/ handwritten notes showing fords and depth of river
Objectives and Zones of Action
1:20:000
Handwritten order of battle on foolscap
Organization of Ground for Defense
1:20,000
Meuse-Argonne Offensive

French military grid w/ handwritten lines of resistance
Objectives and Zones of Action To accompany F. O. 36
1:20,000
Saint Mihiel Offensive

French military grid w/ 1st Division handwritten order of battle, including objectives
1st Division A.E.F. Operation, November 5 - 7, 1918
1:80,000
Meuse-Argonne Offensive

French military grid w/ 1st Division handwritten order of battle, including objectives
Station List 1st Div. A.E.F., September 17 1918
1:150,000
Meuse-Argonne Offensive

French military grid reprinted by U.S.29th Eng. w/ handwritten divisional support dispositions
Objectives and Zones of Action Attack , October 5, 1918
1:20,000
Meuse-Argonne Offensive

French military grid w/ 1st Division handwritten order of battle, including objectives
Tracing - Barrage Chart for Attack , October 5, 1918
1:20:000
Meuse-Argonne Offensive
Objectives and Zones of Action Attack , October 10, 1918
1:20:000
Meuse-Argonne Offensive
Heavy Artillery Calculations , October 5, 1918
1:20:000
Meuse-Argonne Offensive
Occupation of the Sector After Relief
1:20:000
Meuse-Argonne Offensive

French military grid w/ hand drawn order of battle
FOLDER 8. Series VII: Camp Zachary Taylor, 1919
Camp Zachary Taylor was a military training camp in Louisville, Kentucky. It opened in 1917 to train soldiers for U.S. involvement in World War I and was closed three years later.
Standard Map, Camp Zachary Taylor
Map showing location of improvements on base
FOLDER 9. Series IX: Freight Areas, Principal U.S. Southeastern Ports, January, 1929
Intelligence maps that show American strategic logistical capability in the southeastern portion of the country.
Freight Areas Connected to each of the Principal Southeastern Ports by Shortest Rail Haul. 1929
Port Utilities Commission of Charleston S.C., January 25, 1929
FOLDER 10. Series X: Fire Control Map, Fort Bragg, N.C., 1929
Fire Control Map 2652:1464:/2408 Fort Bragg, N.C.
1:20,000
Engineer Reproduction Plant, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C., 1929
FOLDER 11. Series XI: Situation 18th Army, May 28 - June 1, 1918
The German 18th Army was one of three armies (along with 17th Army and 19th Army) formed in late 1917 to early 1918 from forces withdrawn from the Eastern Front. They were in place to take part in Germany's "Spring Offensive." The Germans had realized that their only remaining chance of victory was to defeat the Allies before the overwhelming human and material resources of the United States could be deployed.
Extract of 97 Situation Map of the 18th Army Condition at Noon No. 4, May 28, 1918
1:80,000
Cantigny

Annex to War Diary, 18th Army for period 28 - 31 May 1918
Extract of 98 Situation Map of the 18th Army Condition A.M. No. 11, May 29, 1918
1:80,000
Cantigny

Annex to War Diary, 18th Army for period 28 - 31 May 1918
Extract of 99 Situation Map of the 18th Army Condition A.M. No. 13, May 30, 1918
1:80,000
Cantigny

Annex to War Diary, 18th Army for period 28 - 31 May 1918
Extract of 100 Situation Map of the 18th Army Condition A.M. No. 2, May 31, 1918
1:80,000
Cantigny

Annex to War Diary
Order of Battle, June 1,1918
1:25,000
Cantigny
Detailed Dispositions Sector of 82nd D. Res. Division
1:25,000
Cantigny
FOLDER 12. Series XII: Western Front
Large map, mounted on linen, that depicts the front lines in France from Verdun to the French coast.
Western Front: Verdun to North Sea
1:150,000
Manuscript notations (mounted on linen)

Western Front

Colored

Motorway Map
FOLDER 13. Series XIII: U.S. Army 1st Division World War Records: Base Maps and Overlays, 1918
"The 42 overlays herein included, which are to applied to the Base Maps, together with the Atlas of Battle Maps, Charts, and Sketches, the sketches reproduced in the volumes, are exact reproductions of all available maps...which have been found in the World War Records of the First Division."
Ansauvile Sector
2nd Brigade Machine Gun Batt. Ansauville Sub-sector
Position of Machine Gun Fire, Ansauville Sector
Disposition of the "1st Division" in the "De La Reine Sector"
46 x 70 cm.
B.R.L.

Saint Mihiel / Ansauville Sector

In lower right corner: "5"
Centers of Brichaussurd and St. Agnan
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Saint Mihiel / Ansauville Sector

In lower right corner: "6"
Cantigny Sector DEFENSIVE PROJECT
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Cantigny Sector, Cantigny Operation

Montdidier-Noyon Defensive

In lower right corner: "7"
Distribution of Troops after Capture or Normal Objective
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Cantigny Sector, Cantigny Operation

Montdidier-Noyon Defensive

In lower right corner: "8"
Plan of Communications, Supply, and Evacuation
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Cantigny Sector, Cantigny Operation

Montdidier-Noyon Defensive

In lower right corner: "9"
Map Showing the Situation of the German Artillery on the front of the Army Corps, May 25, 1918
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Cantigny Sector, Cantigny Operation

Montdidier-Noyon Defensive

In lower right corner: "10"
Deployment of Artillery for Cantigny Operation
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Cantigny Sector, Cantigny Operation

Montdidier-Noyon Defensive

In lower right corner: "11"
Sector of Cantigny Dispositions after Reorganization of the Sector, June 4, 1918
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Cantigny Sector, Cantigny Operation

Montdidier-Noyon Defensive

In lower right corner: "12"
Map Showing the Situation of the German Artillery on the front of the Army Corps, June 13, 1918
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Cantigny Sector, Cantigny Operation

Montdidier-Noyon Defensive

In lower right corner: "13"
Defense of the Cantigny Sector Plan for delivery of barrages within the limits of the Sector, June 16, 1918
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Cantigny Sector, Cantigny Operation

Montdidier-Noyon Defensive

In lower right corner: "14"
Plan of Defense Sector of Cantigny Successive Positions June 23, 1918
1:20,000
B.R.L.

Cantigny Sector, Cantigny Operation

Montdidier-Noyon Defensive

In lower right corner: "15"
Plan of Defense of Cantigny Sector (to Accompany Chapter III, A &B, 63, #610), 1918
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