American Expeditionary Forces Services of Supply. Regulations Governing the Transportation by Rail of Troops and Supplies in France.

Tours (France): Printed by Mame. Cloth. Good. Item #010404
ISBN: noisbn

no date, perhaps 1918, as suggested by a penciled in date on the title page. Black cloth folder type binding, with all pages bearing side hole punches and metal tabs holding them into the covers. Quarto. 45 pp., plus a table of contents at the end, followed by 25 pages of the appendix. This includes one large fold out map of railroads or rail lines in France, including coffee stops. Presumably issued by the US Armed Forces in France during World War I, this provides a technical look at what the American Expeditionary Forces should expect when traveling by train in France, including procedures and regulations, forms and protocol to follow, etc. With a large map of the railroads in France, as well as an appendix containing various forms and signs that troops might expect to encounter. GOOD condition. General fading, some scuffing and soiling to the covers. Cloth worn along the spine. Text block toned, with some offsetting and soiling to the title page. Creasing and staining to the last page. 2 ½ inch tear at the left center fold of the map.

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