American WW1 Casualties
According to Battle
Second Battle of the Marne
Fought July 15, 1918 - August 5, 1918. At this battle, there was 85000 American troops, 12000 of which died. This means that 1 in every 7 or 8 died.
General John Pershing
He was a US Army General who commanded troops in Europe. When he was going through military school people called him Black Jack because he had iron discipline. He was the general that separated American soldiers into their own regiment instead of combining armies. This allowed him to choose which soldiers fought and prevent deaths. One of his strats was baiting the German Army to attack the French and then out of nowhere he appears with 500,000 soldiers and obliterates them.
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