of Philip Lovetere's World War One Journey, 1918-1919.
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Infantry Regiment, 14th Infantry Brigade, 7th
Training, 1918 Undated Photo, Waco, Texas
Stauts & Simpson, Waco, Texas
64th Infantry suffered 18 killed, 155 gassed, 68
wounded, and 2 captured. While Philip Lovetere's discharge
does not list any injuries he apparently was exposed
to enough gas that he complained of impaired taste
and smell as a result of having inhaled gas.
Philip Lovetere's discharge states her served in the following Battles, engagements, skirmishes, expeditions:
October 2 to 10: Marbache sector.
October 10 to November 9: Puvenelle Sector.
November 9 to 11: Puvenelle Sector Defense.
|May 25: Company C, Brains, France|
of Philip Lovetere's Regiment and Brigade when
they received news of the Armistice on November
location of the 7th Infantry Division at 1100 on
November 11, 1918
Undated Roster, Company C, 64th Infantry Regiment, 14th Infantry Brigade, 7th Infantry Division. Could this have been compiled in June, 1919 at demobilization camp, Camp Mills, Long Island, New York as that was the last time these men of the 64th were together?
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|Page 1: Officers, Sergeants, Corporals, Cooks, Mechanics, Buglers.||Page 2: Privates First Class and Privates last names A through DeBartolo.||Page 3: Privates last names: Dluzevski through Youngblood.|
|Philip's daughter Anne says that after
the war one of the veterans contacted Philip for a
copy of this roster to use in documenting a claim
for veterans benefits. The veteran was from rural
Indiana and sent by truck to Philip and his family
in Chicago a live turkey as a thank you.
|June 26, 1919: Discharged from Camp
|June 26, 1919: Naturalization from
Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas.
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