This is the World War I map that hangs at home in my little reading alcove. It's visible from both the living and dining rooms. It catches the eye of almost every guest we have over, some of whom know absolutely nothing about the Great War. It is just bursting with fascinating information and details about the war in general and the effort of the AEF. You can have your own version. We had ours printed full poster size from an image downloadable from the American Memory Website of the Library of Congress (details below).
Postscript: I should have mentioned in the original article, but it's actually a lot easier now. You can just order it full-sized online. That's the way I would go today.
|Historical Map American Expeditionary Force |
by Ezra C. Stiles, Cartographer and Paul C. Bowman, Historian
Pittsburgh, Pa.: Herbick & Held Printing Co., 1932.