Arsenal History Minutes | The Battle of the Meuse-Argonne
Special | 1m
In late September 1918, American forces amassed along the western front in France to participate in a set of simultaneous Allied offensives against the weary German Army. The goal was to break the Hindenburg line. In the American sector General John J. Pershing commanded the attack-- the largest American-run offensive of World War I.
Aired: 11/15/15Video has closed captioning.
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