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Charles W. Whittlesey (1884–1921)

Charles W. Whittlesey was born on January 20, 1884 in Wisconsin, USA as Charles White Whittlesey. He is known for his work on The Lost Battalion (1919). He died on November 26, 1921. See full bio »


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US Army officer who commanded the so-called "Lost Battalion" in the battle of the Argonne forest in France during World War I; October 2-7, 1918.

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