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Uniform of a Saddler of the 1st A.E.F. Corps - WWI

Uniform of a Saddler of the 1st A.E.F. Corps - WWI

Uniform of a Saddler of the 1st A.E.F. Corps - WWI

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PERIOD until 1918
COUNTRY United States 1870 - 1918
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US LOT
EAN 3000000006658
US LOT
PERIOD until 1918
COUNTRY United States 1870 - 1918
EAN 3000000006658
MATERIAL
DIMENSIONS
MAKER
WEIGHT
PERIOD until 1918
COUNTRY United States 1870 - 1918
US LOT
MATERIAL
DIMENSIONS
EAN 3000000006658
MAKER
WEIGHT
United States 1870 - 1918
Uniform of a Saddler of the 1st A.E.F. Corps - WWI


Description

Lance Corporal Uniform of a member of the 1st Corps of the A.E.F.. Comes with insignia of a saddler. One button missing and minor moth, one repair on the tunic.

The U.S. Army saddler is charged with the repairs of all harness, horse, and other leather equipment issued to his organization.

Lieutenant General Hunter Liggett took command of I Corps when it was created, almost one year after the Americans entered the war. It served through most of the battles that the American Expeditionary Forces fought on the Western Front.

Assisted by the French XXXII Corps, I Corps was organized and activated on 15–20 January 1918. I Corps saw its first major action at the Battle of Chateau-Thierry, while seeing its first offensive action several days later at the Second Battle of the Marne. After serving briefly in the defensive sectors of Lorraine and Champagne, I Corps later served in the Battle of Saint-Mihiel and the Meuse–Argonne Offensive. It was finally demobilized on 25 March 1919.


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