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The Journals of Operations of the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I were submitted to the Operations Branch (G-3) by U.S. army divisions and corps in Europe during World War I. This series of records also includes several journals of operations submitted by French Army units. The UPA collection The American Expeditionary Forces during World War I, Journals of Operations contains operations reports, statistical strength reports, and summaries of intelligence detailing troop movements and operations of both Allied and enemy forces. The records date from March 1918 through August 1919.

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