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1/422/106-ID – POWs Forced March in Germany

Forced March, from Schoenberg (Battle of the Bulge - Belgium) to Berchtesgaden in Germany. Prisoner of War memoir of a 1200-mile forced march by Maj John J. Mohn, Hq Company, 1st Battalion, 442nd Infantry Regiment, 106th Infantry Division, Golden...

XIX Corps Engineers – ETO

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US XIX Corps' Engineers The German Army is totally defeated. Now, immediately thereafter, a brief history of the XIX Corps Engineers has been assembled. The past eleven months of combat are in the too recent past to view with perspective....

561-FAB – ETO – WW2

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December 17, 1944. Defying the murky skies, the tiny liaison plane circled low as Lt David E. Runden dropped a note in the battalion area. Kraut Tanks in Setz Heading our Way the message read. The Battle of the...

26-ID (Yankee) WW-2 – ETO

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The 26th Infantry Division (Yankee Division), has been a famous division for almost two centuries of American burgeoning and growth. The lineage of the Yankee Division extends back to the beginning of the American citizen-soldier - the fighting colonial...

26-ID (Raw Data) Sgt James Haahr

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Archive sent to EUCMH by Sgt James 'Jim' Haahr (USA), 101st Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division 1944-1945. You can, of course, use the information provided in this document as long as you credit the source (Fair Use). 26th Infantry 'Yankee'...

AGF Cbt Observations 319.1/48 (1943)

319.1/48 (Foreign Obsrs) (S) GNGBI. (3-29-43) SUBJECT: Observer Report. E.S. Johnson, Col Infantry / Observator TO : By Auth Commanding General, Army Ground Forces / Date 3/29/43 Commanding Generals : V Army; Second Army; Third Army; III Corps; IV Corps; VII Corps; VIII...

505-ELPC – 10/1944 – 04/1945

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505-ELPC - October 1944 Original Unit (1) Designation: 505th Engineer Light Ponton Company. (2) Date of Organization: May 15 1942. (3) Place of Organization: Camp Gordon, Georgia. (4) Authority of Organization: General Order #15, HQ Eastern Defense Command and 1-A,...

442d Regiment Combat Team (NISEI) Maj Nathan K. Watanabe (USA)

Introduction The 442nd Infantry Regiment, later 442nd Regimental Combat Team, was an infantry regiment of the United States Army and was the only infantry formation in the Army Reserve. The regiment is best known for its history as a fighting...

Capture of Dachau 42-ID

HEADQUARTERS 42nd INFANTRY DIVISION REPORT ON THE CAPTURE OF THE GERMAN CONCENTRATION CAMP AT DACHAU May 2 1945 On April 29, 1945, Gen Henning Linden, ADC of the Rainbow 42-ID, Gen Charles Y. Banfill (8-USAAF), Gen Linden’s aide, Lt William J. Cowling, guards,...

Letter from Dachau 1945 (Crowling)

April 28, 1945 Dachau, Germany Dear Folks, Boy oh boy am I having a heck of a time trying to find time to write. We are really moving. My days have been consisting of getting up between 0630 and 0730 eating, throwing...