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My Experiences in the World War is the memoir of John J. Pershing experiences in World War I.[1]

Pershing's memoir covers two volumes.[2] They were originally published by the Frederick A. Stokes Company of New York City, and released in 1931.[3] Pershing dedicated the work to The Unknown Soldier.[4]

Volume I covers the period from Pershing's selection as commander of the American Expeditionary Forces to the German Spring Offensive of 1918.[5]

In the second volume, Pershing covers the period from the Allied cooperation that began at the end of the Spring Offensive until the November 14, 1918 Allied victory parade in Paris.[6]

Pershing's memoir also contains numerous photos, maps, tables of organization, and other illustrations.[7]

My Experiences in the World War received the 1932 Pulitzer Prize for History.[8]

References

  1. Pershing, John J. (1931). My Experiences in the World War. I. New York, NY: Frederick A. Stokes. p. Title. https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015014559135;view=1up;seq=9;size=50. 
  2. My Experiences in the World War, vol. I, Title page
  3. My Experiences in the World War, vol. I, Title page
  4. My Experiences in the World War, vol. I, Title page
  5. My Experiences in the World War, vol. I, Table of Contents
  6. Pershing, John J. (1931). My Experiences in the World War. II. New York, NY: Frederick A. Stokes. p. Title. https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015008168331;view=1up;seq=11. 
  7. My Experiences in the World War, vol. I, Table of Contents
  8. "The 1932 Pulitzer Prize in History". New York, NY: Columbia University. http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/john-j-pershing. 

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