Definition of Battle of St Mihiel
1. Noun. A battle in the Meuse-Argonne operation in World War I (1918); the battle in which American troops launched their first offensive in France.
Generic synonyms: Pitched Battle
Group relationships: Argonne, Argonne Forest, Meuse, Meuse River, Meuse-argonne, Meuse-argonne Operation
Geographical relationships: France, French Republic
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Literary usage of Battle of St Mihiel
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1. History of the World War by Frank Herbert Simonds (1920)
"His anxiety was due exclusively to an THE BATTLE OF ST. MIHIEL Solid black shows Allied territory on September nth. The black line from Verdun to ..."
2. The American Army in the European Conflict by Jacques Aldebert de Pineton Chambrun, Charles Marenches (1919)
"(BATTLE OF ST. MIHIEL OPERATIONS BETWEEN MEUSE AND ARGONNE) FROM the time the Sixth French Army reached the Vesle, the enemy made manifest his intention of ..."
3. America's Part in the World War: A History of the Full Greatness of Our by Richard Joseph Beamish, Francis Andrew March (1919)
"... CHAPTER XV THE BATTLE OF ST. MIHIEL A MERICA was thrilled from ocean to ocean on the y\^ morning of September 12, 1918, when the news was flashed across ..."
4. Dear Old "K". by James T. Duane (1922)
"German front line at St. Mihiel as K Company crossed it in starting battle of St. Mihiel Salient. ..."
5. King's Complete History of the World War ...: 1914-1918. Europe's War with by William C. King (1922)
"... the American Army in the Battle of St. Mihiel evoked from Marshal Foch this tribute, telegraphed to Gen. Pershing: "My dear General : The ..."
6. Our Army at the Front by Heywood Broun (1918)
"There need be no controversy, however, about the battle of St. Mihiel. This was an American action. It was under the command of General Pershing himself, ..."
7. The New York Times Current History (1920)
"In the battle of St. Mihiel 550000 Americans were engaged, as compared with about 100000 on the Northern side in the battle of Gettysburg. ..."