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& Websites
about or relating to the
332nd Infantry Regiment

Dalessandro, R. J., & Dalessandro, R. S. (2010). American Lions: The 332nd Infantry Regiment in Italy in World War I. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Pub.

Miracco, Renato, Marco Pizzo, and Albert J. Jones. War & Art: WWI - USA in ITALY : Destruction and Protection of Italian Cultural Heritage During World War I. , 2017. Print.

Faces in the Book

Reynolds, Michael S. The Agnes Tapes: A Farewell to Catherine Barkley, Fitzgerald/Hemingway Annual (1979)Bottom of Form

Meeler, Joseph L. The 332nd Infantry Regiment on the Italian Front, 1918: A Study of the U.S. Army's Limited Participation in Italy's War. , 1999. Print.

Meeler, J. L. (2005). Wilson's "Propaganda Regiment" on the Italian Front: The 332nd Infantry, U.S. Army in World War One.

Stevenson, Allen D. The American Expeditionary Force in Italy in World War I. , 1963. Print.

Rossini, D. (2008). Woodrow Wilson and the American myth in Italy: Culture, diplomacy, and war propaganda. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

Museo Virtuale dei F.lli Sgaggero [Virtual Museum of Sgaggero Brothers].  An eclectic site that features:

La Guardia, Fiorello H. 1882-1947. The Making of an Insurgent: an Autobiography, 1882-1919. [1st ed.] Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1948.

Lewis, George M. D, and Edward D. Lewis. Dear Bert: An American Pilot Flying in World War I, Italy : the Story of George M.d. Lewis Told Through His Photos, Journal and Letters. Firenze: LoGisma Ed, 2002. Print.

Faces In The Book  Italian website covering the 332nd Infantry Regiment's Company "K"


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