During World War I, General John Pershing found love with Micheline Resco. The German onslaught forced Pershing to give Allied chief Foch all U.S. assets, ready or not. Pershing chose not to integrate the U.S. forces. Doughboys reclaimed Cantigny. At Belleau Woods, machine guns slaughtered U.S. Marines. At St. Mihiel, Allies routed the foe in four days. The Meuse Argonne Battle raged 47 muddy, bloody days. Spanish Flu came via U.S. troops. Reorganization turned the tide. War ended in November. Pershing was a six star general, a revered hero, and a man who never forgot the sacrifices of his troops.