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Large American forces helped the French to cut off the German salient and eliminate it by August 6. " His superiors decided, instead, to continue the fight. By August 10, Pershing had enough trained troops to form the American First Army, which would fight as a distinct force on its own area of the front as he had long wished. In addition to this CHAPTER Two 43 army, significant numbers of American troops served with British and French forces throughout the final stages of the war. About 1,000 Americans also were attached to the Italian Army, although Pershing recalled most of them for the last few months of the war.
Mihiel salient, below Verdun. Foch feared that it might delay the AEF's participation in the huge Allied offensive set for late September, but Pershing assured him that his army could capture its objective in time to join the larger offensive. The area targeted by Pershing had been held by the Germans since early in the war, in spite of many French efforts to retake it. Ludendorff, alerted by the nearby buildup of over a half million American and French soldiers, ordered the area evacuated, but five understrength German divisions were still there when the AEF offensive began.
Mihiel and southern areas to the Meuse-Argonne lines. In spite of heavy rains, many green soldiers, and few roads (and 44 OV E R THERE those in poor shape), Marshall accomplished the gargantuan task and got the men in their assigned positions on time. One of the most difficult feats was the movement of AEF units just to the rear of the frontlines, even while the St. Mihiel operation was still in progress; it was achieved by traveling at night without lights, hazardous on bad roads in rugged terrain even without combat nearby.
A simple meta-analytic approach for using a binary surrogate endpoint to predict the effect of inter by Baker S. G.