Dear Mr. Murawski,
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located the Card File to Names of Major Battles in Which American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) Units Participated, 1918 - 1918 in the Records of the War Department General and Special Staffs (Record Group 165) which lists U.S. units involved in specific World War I battles. Also, we located a series titled Records of Divisions, 1917 - 1920 in the Records of the American Expeditionary Forces (World War I) (Record Group 120) that includes the 32nd Division and files of the 128th Infantry in Entry P 1241-32, Boxes 25 and 26. In addition, we located Records of Infantry Brigade, 1917 - 1919 in Record Group 120 that includes records of the 64th Infantry Brigade and Records of the 1st Through 338th and the 559th Infantry Regiment, 1916-1921 in the Records of U.S. Regular Army Mobile Units (Record Group 391) that include the records of the 128th Infantry Regiment. For more information about these non-digitized records, please contact the National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (RDT2) via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next, we located the Muster Rolls and Rosters, 11/1/1912 - 12/31/1943 in the Records of the National Archives and Records Administration (Record Group 64) that include rosters of the 128th Infantry Regiment during WWI which may list John Murawski. The rosters have been digitized and are available using the Catalog. Please note that the World War I rosters also are available on FamilySearch.
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The National Archives has information about the battle on the World War I Centennial webpage (see timeline for July 1918) and an interactive map on YouTube. In regards to your broader questions about the battle, we suggest searching secondary sources such as the following:
We hope this is helpful. Best of luck with your research!