Given the space restrictions of this format, this is a good, and well-illustrated account of the battle that `proved' to the French and British that the American army could fight its own battles without their supervision.
The Contents are -
P05: Origins of the Campaign
P09: Opposing Commanders
P14: Opposing Armies
P19: Orders of Battle
P22: Opposing Plans
.The St. Mihiel salient; Foch's change of plan; American forces; Air forces; Tank forces; German dispositions and Plan Loki; Deception
P34: St. Mihiel
.Deployment; The attack begins; Over the top; The advance continues; Stemming the tide; Race to Vigneulles; September 13; September 14
P93: The Battlefield Today
The Colour Plates -
P04: Map - Strategic overview of the St. Mihiel salient
P35: Map - German & American deployment, St. Mihiel salient, September 12, 1918
P42: Map - American advance, September 12-16, 1918
P43: Map - Operations of the 42nd and 89th divisions, September 12-16, 1918
P50-51: 2-page plate - Combined arms attack on Beney, September 12-16, 1918.
This shows Lt.-Colonel Patton, his tank and some infantry, preparing to attack the village of Beney; more tanks are in the background.
P54-55: ¾-birds-eye-view plan - 89th Division's Assault, September 12, 1918
P58-59: ¾-view plan - American Tank Operations, September 12, 1918
P62-63: 2-page plate - Fighting in the Bois de Friere, September 12, 1918
This shows American infantry fighting their way into a German trench, there are more figures advancing through the woods in the background.
P74-75: ¾-view plan - Operations of the 2nd and 5th Divisions, September 12, 1918
P78: Map - Assault of the 90th Division, 0500hrs
P82: Map - Night march of the 26th Division
P86-87: 2-page plate - American tanks at Jonville, September 14, 1918
This shows German infantry in the foreground, lurking behind buildings, engaging American tanks as they drive into the village.