New-York Tribune. August 06, 1918
The Casualty ListWASHINGTON, Aug. 5.--Casualties among the American troops in the severe fighting in which they have been engaged since July 15, when the German offensive was launched and halted at the Marne, are now being reported in the daily lists from General Pershing though no estimate of the total has yet been received.
To-day's army list contained 706 names, the largest number re- ported in a single day. Of the men named 450 were killed in action, 80 died of wounds and 148 were wounded, 48 seriously and 100 degree undetermined. The missing in action numbered only three. In addition to the army list the marine list to-day contained ten names nine killed in action and one died of wounds.
SLAGLE, George L., corp., Crosby (K)
TERRELL, Ephraim, priv., Thermopolis (K)
New-York Tribune. September 05, 1918
The Casualty List
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.--The army and marine corps casualty lists made public by the War Department, to-day contain the names of 600 men, 593 soldiers and seven marines.
On the army list are the names of 99 killed in action, 40 dead from wounds or other causes,241 wounded severely, 98 wounded, degree undetermined, 108 missing in action and one a prisoner.
Three marines were killed in action, one died of wounds received in action, one was wounded severely, and one wounded, degree undetermined.
BERGEN, Glenn, priv., Thermopolis (W)