John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War

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March 24/99 Friday
the day is exsteme warm the Transport Ship Sheridan arrived from New York with the 12 Regt and a Battalion of the 17. Mail arived from Hong Kong received 2 letters and answered 2 the 4th Infantry and 4th Cavalery went out on the line every think is quiet as Taps blow

March 25/99 Saturday
The Weather is fine we all got up at 3 o Clock had Breakfast at 4 and formed a Attack
on the Enemy at 5 30 Co C. D. H. and K are on the firing line and Cos E and I Support took Enemy position in 30 minutes C.W. Walker was wounded in the Shoulder Private Newell of Co. E Killed drove the Enemy back about 7 Miles Private Kelly of Co K wounded in the Leg the Enemy losses where heavy death Niggers could be seen every where Montana Regt had 4 men Killed and 14 wounded Wagontrain of 200 Wagons in 2 Miles behind the Forces 2 Horses where Killed and
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