Definition of Pershing
1. Noun. United States general who commanded the American forces in Europe during World War I (1860-1948).
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Literary usage of Pershing
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1. The Literary Digest History of the World War: Compiled from Original and (1920)
"Pershing did enough in one and a half years mightily to flatter Laclede, ... When Pershing took his examination for West Point, competing with others for an ..."
2. History of the World War by Frank Herbert Simonds (1920)
"Haig and Pershing, from widely separated fronts, were thus moving toward the same point, ... In his final report Pershing has set forth the history of the ..."
3. America in France by Frederick Palmer (1918)
"AMERICA IN FRANCE Pershing GOES TO FRANCE ... Pershing at the War Department—Commander of the American Expeditionary Forces—Modest beginnings of our ..."
4. America in France by Frederick Palmer (1918)
"AMERICA IN FRANCE Pershing GOES TO FRANCE General Pershing at the War Department—Commander of the American Expeditionary Forces—Modest beginnings of our ..."