4th Marine Regiment Begins March to Germany

November 17, 1918, in Marine Corps history.
4th Marine Regiment Begins March to Germany
Posted on 11/17/2000

On November 17, 1918, the 4th Marine Brigade, as a part of the 2nd Division American Expeditionary Force, began marching toward the Rhine River to provide support to American forces occupying Germany. On their march toward occupied Germany, the Marines passed through Belgium and Luxembourg.

Photo Credit: *Image info: The moss-covered "Devil Dog" fountain, located in Belleau, France, symbolizes the spirit of the Marines in World War 1. (USMC photo by Sergeant Lisa R. Strickland).


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