A bronze tablet with inscribed text serves as the Souilly Marker.

Souilly Marker-1st Army Headquarters

Overview

On the outside of the town hall of Souilly, France is a bronze tablet identifying this building as the headquarters of the American First Army towards the end of World War I. Inscribed in French and English is the following:

Headquarters of the American First Army
occupied this building from September 21, 1918
to the end of hostilities, and from here
conducted the Meuse-Argonne Offensive,
one of the greatest operations of the war.

Location
France

Visiting Hours

The tablet is located outside the town hall of Souilly, France.

Contact Us

The Souilly Marker - Headquarters American First Army is managed and maintained by staff at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery. Please direct queries about the Souilly Marker - Headquarters American First Army to the cemetery.

Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Rue du Général Pershing
55110
Romagne-sous-Montfaucon
France
tel +33 (0)3 29 85 14 18

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