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Thirty-Seventh Division - National Guard[edit | edit source]

Training[edit | edit source]

Troops Drawn[edit | edit source]

Ohio. National Guard.

Training Camp in the United States[edit | edit source]

Overseas Service[edit | edit source]

  • Date landed in France; June 18, 1918-July 21, 1918.
  • French training area: Bourmont, Camp de Souge.
  • Date entered line: Aug. 4.,1918. Baccarat Sector.
  • Days in Quiet (50) and Active (11) Sectors. Total 61.
  • Date sailed for home: Mar. 15, 1919.

Major Operations[edit | edit source]

Military Units attached to the Thirty-Seventh Division[edit | edit source]

73rd Infantry Brigade

  • 145th Infantry
  • 146th Infantry
  • 135th Machine Gun Battalion

77th Infantry Brigade

  • 147th Infantry
  • 148th Infantry
  • 136th Machine Gun Battalion

62nd Field Artillery Brigade

  • 134th Field Artillery
  • 135th Field Artillery
  • 136th Field Artillery
  • 112th Trench Mortar Battery

Divisional Troops

  • 134th Machine Gun Battalion
  • 112th Engineers
  • 112th Field Signal Battalion
  • Headquarters Troop

Trains

  • 112th Train HQ and Military Police
  • 112th Ammunition Train
  • 112th Supply Train
  • 112th Engineer Train
  • 112th Sanitary Train (Ambulance Companies and Field Hospitals145-148

Unit Histories[edit | edit source]

Casualties and Replacements[edit | edit source]

  • Battle Deaths: 977
  • Wounds: 4,266
  • Replacements: 6,282
  • Strengths 13 Nov 1918: 23,391

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