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Rear Admiral Albert Gleaves, Commander, Convoy Operations in the Atlantic, to Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels

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June 29th, 1917.

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     Washington.

Quote third group of expeditionary corps arrived St. Nazaire June 28th, 1917 ten am. This group comprised CHARLESTON, CYCLOPS, ALLEN;|1| Transports MALLORY[,] FINLAND, SAN JACINTO, with escorting destroyers. No particular incident to report Gleaves unquote. 11029.

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Source Note: Cy, DNA, RG 45, Entry 517B. In the top left-hand corner is the notation: “Copy of telegram sent.” In the top right-hand corner of the document is the identifying number “239,” This was sent for Gleaves by the United States Naval Attaché at Paris, Cmdr. William R. Sayles.

Footnote 1: CHARLESTON was a cruiser; CYCLOPS was a collier; ALLEN was a destroyer.

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