Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge
The Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge (3 October to 27 October 1918) occurred during World War I, northeast of Reims, in Champagne, France. In the battle, the U.S. Army's 2nd Infantry Division and the 36th Infantry Division opposed the German 200th and 213th Divisions, along with portions of six additional German divisions. The result of this battle was the expulsion of the Germany Army from the Champagne Region.
- , "Forgotten Victory" (Doughboy Center)
-  Field Orders for the battle
-  "George W. Hamilton, USMC: America's Greatest World War I Hero"
- Curtis pp. 40-44
- Curtis, Capt. Thomas J. (March 1919). History of the Sixth Machine Gun Battalion, Fourth Brigade, U.S. Marines, Second Division, And Its Participation in the Great War. Neuweid on the Rhine, Germany.
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