September 1919


Volume 4, Issue 3

NOTE.-The subject of "Liaison" is so broad and extensive that it is impossible to treat fully of the subject in a short article. The writer was in charge of all Liaison in the First Army Corps in the actions near Chateau-Thierry, the Aisne, St. Mihiel, and the MeuseArgonne, and has endeavored to set forth as briefly as possible certain elementary principles gained from study and personal observation.

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