Table of contents for To conquer hell : the Meuse-Argonne, 1918 / Edward G. Lengel.

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Contents
Preface
Part I
Chapter One: ¿All the promotion in the world would make no difference now¿: John J. Pershing
Chapter Two: The Cult of the Attack
Chapter Three: ¿Right or wrong, my Country¿
Chapter Four: ¿Retreat, hell. We just got here.¿ 
Chapter Five: ¿An Independent American Army.¿
Part II
Chapter Six: ¿Here is the Golden Dream¿: The Meuse-Argonne
Chapter Seven: ¿The only way to begin is to commence.¿
Part III
Phase One: September 26-30
September 26th: ¿You boys are my kind. Now let¿s go in!¿
September 27th: ¿We began to realize what artillery really meant.¿
September 28th: ¿Words can never describe it, nor is the mind imaginative enough to conceive it.¿
September 29th: ¿There were very few heroes that morning.¿
September 30th: Relief
Phase Two: October 4-6
October 4th: ¿God damn it, don¿t you know we¿re going over the top.¿
¿Our mission is to hold this position at all costs¿: The Lost Battalion.
October 5th: ¿Just plain murder¿
October 6th: ¿It is not a dishonorable deed to give up.¿
Phase Three: October 7-11
October 7th: ¿Their faces told the whole story of their fight.¿
October 8th: ¿York, I hear you have captured the whole damned German army.¿
October 9th: ¿We are going to have a very hard day.¿
October 10th: Beyond the Argonne
October 11th: Last Gasp
Phase Four: October 12-15
October 12-13th: ¿Like the heat from a blast-furnace door.¿
October 14th: ¿The best day¿s work.¿
October 15th: ¿There are times when even general officers have to be expendable.¿
Phase Five: October 16-31
¿Large bodies move slowly, though with great momentum when they start.¿
Victory: November 1-11
Conclusion: ¿When I get back, you can wager I will be a home loving man.¿
Notes
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Argonne, Battle of the, France, 1918.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Meuse River Valley.
United States. Army -- History -- World War, 1914-1918.