Log Cabin Memorial - Veterans 314th Infantry Regiment A.E.F.

412 page book: The Official History of the 315th Infantry U. S. A.; being a True Record of its Organization and Training,
of its Operations in the World War, and of its Activities following the Signing of the Armistice. 1917-1919 (1920)

Please note that this is NOT about the 314th Infantry, but instead the 315th Infantry,
both Regiments were part of the 79th Division, and trained at Camp Meade, and fought in France

The 315th was also known as "Philadelphia's Own" because so many of its members called the city their home.

This Internet Archive web page at http://www.archive.org/details/officialhistoryo00un contains
"The official history of the 315th Infantry U. S. A.; being a true record of its organization and training,
of its operations in the World War, and of its activities following the signing of the armistice. 1917-1919 (1920)"

You can download the 412 page book in a variety of formats from the Internet Archive page
(including a number of e-book formats including Amazon's Kindle):
Author: United States. Army. 315th Infantry
Subject: World War, 1914-1918
Publisher: [Philadelphia]
Language: English
Call number: 7784650
Digitizing sponsor: Sloan Foundation
Book contributor: The Library of Congress
Collection: library_of_congress; americana

You can read this book, without downloading, in a nice two-up page-flipping format (two pages at a time) online here:

(or simply click on the Title Page above to follow that link)

Or for convenience, I have mirrored here:
PDF Download (26.6 MBytes): The-Official-History-of-the-315h-Infantry-USA.pdf
OCR Text Downlod (920 KBytes): The-Official-History-of-the-315h-Infantry-USA.txt (needs much OCR clean-up)
Just noticed there is a second digitized copy (and different OCR text version) available here: http://www.archive.org/details/officialhistoryo00phil
At 01:59:40 December 04 2023 displayed this 314th.org web page at last modified: March 28 2011