94th anniversary of Philip Lovetere in Domèvre en Haye, France on Armistice Day November 11, 1918

Domèvre en Haye, France in 1915

Domèvre en Haye, France under German occupation in 1915, three years before Philip Lovetere and the 64th Battalion arrived in November, 1918 shortly after its liberation.

Domèvre en Haye

Undated photo of Domèvre en Haye, France. Appears to be post World War 1. Rubble has been cleared from the streets and vegetation has returned.

My grandfather Philip Lovetere served in Company C, 1st Battalion, 64th Infantry Regiment, 14th Infantry Brigade of the 7th Infantry Division.

In late October, 1918, the 7th Division was in reserve behind the front. On November 8, 1918, the 7th Division was ordered to return to the front for a resumption of the offensive against the Germans.

By November 10, the 64th Regiment had reached Domèvre en Haye, France. On the morning of November 11 they were ordered to halt in anticipation of the armistice to begin a few hours later at 11 am.

Philip Lovetere & World War One

Domèvre en Haye, France.

In 1900



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