First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"An in-depth look… Gives historians an invaluable insight into the shattering experiences the American soldiers endured… A vivid account… A very valuable addition to histories of this conflict… This is pure history as those involved saw it, uncensored and captivating reading, and profusely illustrated throughout with numerous photographs that have never been published before. Beautifully produced…" -- The Bulletin of the Military Historical Society
"A wealth of information… Evans's excellent work adds to the collection of primary source documents… Fills a gap in American Great War historiography… Those interested in understanding the thoughts and experiences of the junior officers and young soldiers who served in the AEF will be fascinated by this volume." -- War in History
"Probably the best book available to date on this subject. An absolutely sumptuous book that simply oozes so much information that it must surely rate as one of the most important works on the Great War." -- Military Books in Perspective
"A decidedly useful book on a topic which, even in the USA, tends to be ignored." -- Reference Reviews