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332nd Infantry In Italy In World War One: History


History

Formation

Shoulder Sleeve Insignia

The 332nd Infantry Regiment insignia was perhaps the most envied in the entire American Expeditionary Force. The insignia was selected to reflect their unique service in Italy. It consisted of a beautifully bullion embroidered winged Lion of St. Mark with one paw resting on an open bible with the numbers "332" inscribed.

Disbandment



  • American Armies and Battlefields in Europe, Washington, D.C.: United States Army Center of Military History, 1992.
  • Dalessandro, Robert J. & Dalessandro, Rebecca, S., American Lions, The 332nd Infantry Regiment in Italy in World War One, Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 2010.
  • Lattau, Joseph L., In Italy with the 332nd Infantry, Youngstown: Evangelical Press, Publisher, 1921.
  • Littlefield, C. O., History of Company E, 332nd Infantry from Departure Overseas to Return and Discharge. n.p., n.d.
  • Speakman, Harold, From a Soldiers Heart, Cincinnati: The Abingdon Press, 1919.
  • United States Army in the World War 1917–1919, 17 Volumes. Washington, D.C: Center of Military History, 1988.

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Sub-Topics for 332nd Infantry in Italy in World War One
  1. 332nd Infantry in Italy in World War One (overview)
  2. History
      Formation
      Shoulder Sleeve Insignia
      Disbandment