2 edition of war diary of Gen. Clyde Selleck, commanding general, 71st Division, USAFFE found in the catalog.
war diary of Gen. Clyde Selleck, commanding general, 71st Division, USAFFE
|Other titles||War diary of General Clyde Selleck, commanding general, 71st Division, USAFFE|
|Series||Historical Conservation Society ;, 42, Historical Conservation Society (Series) ;, 42.|
|LC Classifications||D767.4 .S43 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||89156245|
Massachusetts Regiment, the Commander-in Chief’s Guard, 11th Massachusetts Regiment. Diary spans May - April Service locations numerous and diverse. Published as Elijah Fisher’s Journal While in the War for Independence, Augusta, ME, Also published in Magazine of History, Extra No. 6, pages - John Flanders. Commanding General, 71st (Reserve) Infantry Division – Brig. Gen. Clyde A. Selleck (later relieved by 26th Cavalry Regiment commander) Chief of Staff – Col Saldivar Reyes 71st Infantry Regiment – Lt. Col. Donald Van N. Bonnett 1/71st Infantry – Capt Guillermo Z. Nakar 2/71st Infantry – 3/71st .
HQ Co., Philippine Division USAFFE PROJECT Box 40 Fol. 10 Bataan Death March United States. Army--Philippine Division World War, Campaigns--Philippines, Papers of Phil C. Gowdy Box 2, Fol. 14 Bonus Expeditionary Army () United States. Armyrd Cavalry Regiment Papers of Major Gerald Graham, USA Aide to General. Commanding General, 71st (Reserve) Infantry Division – Brig. Gen. Clyde A. Selleck (later relieved by 26th Cavalry Regiment commander) 71st Infantry Regiment – Lt. Col. Donald Van N. Bonnett 72d Infantry Regiment – Lt. Col. Irwin Compton 73d Infantry Regiment – (remained on Mindinao due to lack of shipping) Lt. Col. Robert H. Vesey.
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The War Diary of Gen. Clyde Selleck, Commanding General, 71st Division, USAFFE: The Battle for Northern Luzon, The Initial Phase of the Battle of Bataan Pamphlet – January 1, by Author: Clyde Selleck. The war diary of Gen. Clyde Selleck, commanding general, 71st Division, USAFFE: the battle for Northern Luzon, the initial phase of the Battle of Bataan.
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Clyde Selleck, commanding general, 71st Division, USAFFE: the battle for Northern Luzon, the initial phase of the Battle of Bataan （Historical Conservation Society (Series), 42） Historical Conservation Society, United States Army Center of Military History.
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Earlier that afternoon Wainwright had attached the 26th Cavalry to the 71st Division and had ordered Brig. Gen. Clyde A. Selleck to take his 71st Division (less 71st Infantry), then at Urdaneta, to Damortis, a distance of about twenty-five miles, and prevent the Japanese from moving south.
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