Image from page 98 of “History of Troop A Cavalry, Connecticut National Guard and its service in the Great War as Co. D, 102d Machine Gun Battalion” (1919)


Image from page 98 of “History of Troop A Cavalry, Connecticut National Guard and its service in the Great War as Co. D, 102d Machine Gun Battalion” (1919)
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Title: History of Troop A Cavalry, Connecticut National Guard and its service in the Great War as Co. D, 102d Machine Gun Battalion
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: McCarthy, Robert John, ed.
Publisher: Tuttle, Morehouse
Contributing Library: Bloomsburg University, Harvey A. Andruss Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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ed in anticipation of theevent was displayed until all the men had read it. Captain Brouse and Lieutenant Carroll remained with theCompany until the former was also detailed to attend school.Then Lieutenant Carroll assumed the herculean task of keepingmany of the D Company men from serving sentences of variouslengths for misdemeanors, at no time serious, but always pro-voking to the higher officers, for the old Troop A spirit of takingthings into their own hands whenever they saw fit was still strong. Day after day the Company was subjected to the delousingprocesses brought into use during the war, and inspections ofall kinds followed each other in endless procession. Clothing,equipment and billets were inspected until the men were staying AFTER THE ARMISTICE 77 up after taps to be certain that everything was in the properorder. The climax to these occurrences was the field inspectionby officers from General Headquarters. Billeted in a magnificent chateau near the village of Mansigne,

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IF THE COMPANY MEMBERS COULD DISTRIBUTE MEDALS the men occupied the best quarters they had found in France.In addition to the comforts of a fireplace in nearly every room,a piano was found and permission obtained for its use. Thisimprovement in the entertainment facilities of the town wasutilized during all spare hours. 78 HISTORY OF TROOP A March 29 orders were received for the BattaHon to entrainfor Brest and the men were crowded into box cars so closelythat none could sleep during the long ride which followed.Arriving at Brest the following morning they hiked to Pontan-ezen Camp and were introduced to the system employed at thatplace for caring for thousands of transient troops. The tentswere fitted with floors and iron beds were provided for amajority of the men. They were fed in long lines at severalkitchens and the mess proved excellent. After receiving candy and other articles from the Red Cross,the Company embarked on the Patricia, formerly the Germansteamer Hamburg, on the af

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