Photographs, 1922, 1954, and 1955.

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McGlachlin, Edward Fenton, 1868-1946. Photographs, 1922, 1954, and 1955.

Photographs, 1922, 1954, and 1955.

One photograph, Dec. 6, 1922, of Major General Edward F. McGlachlin of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, assisting France's Georges Clemenceau down stairs in front of a large group of soldiers; and a 1954 aerial photograph and a 1955 birdseye photograph of McGlachlin Field at Fort George G. Meade in Maryland.

3 photographs (1 folder)

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Clemenceau, Georges, 1841-1929

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Médecin, Georges Clemenceau (1841-1929) entra dans la carrière politique au lendemain de la journée révolutionnaire du 4 septembre 1870 et devint maire de Montmartre. Député radical en 1871, il siégea ensuite à l’extrême gauche de l’Assemblée (1876), où, après s’être opposé à la politique de Mac-Mahon, il contribua à provoquer la chute de plusieurs ministères (Gambetta, 1882 ; Jules Ferry, 1885). Après avoir soutenu la candidature de Boulanger au ministère de la Guerre, il dénonça ses prétention...

McGlachlin, Edward Fenton, 1868-1946

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Edward Fenton McGlachlin (b. June 9, 1868, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin-d. Nov. 9, 1946), Major General in the U.S. Army, graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 1889. He served in the Philippines and received special mention for gallantry. During World War I, he was assigned to several outfits including the 165th, 57th, and 66th Field Artillery Brigades. He was also commander, army artillery and chief of artillery, 1st Army, and commander, 1st Division and 7th Division. He served as commander of ...