Individual Stories

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Personal Memoirs, Listed by Unit

100th Infantry Division Headquarters, 100th Division Headquarters—The Lifeline to Our Fighting Troops by Burt Schuman

100th Infantry Division Headquarters, The 100th’s Most Decorated: Elery M. Zehner by Robert Stegmaier

100th Infantry Division Headquarters, Lazarett (The Hospital) by Lewis Bloom

100th Infantry Division Headquarters, French Military Intelligence Interpreter Team by Andre Fraysee

100th Infantry Division Headquarters, Can It be That During WWII Fred . . . by Fred Lyons

100th Infantry Division Headquarters, When I Trapped My General by Fred Lyons

397th Infantry Regiment

397th Headquarters Company, Should We Have Turned Back? by Jack Brown

397th Headquarters Company, Driving a Jeep Was Not Fun and Games by Edward Wildanger

397th Medical Detachment, First Battle by Tom Block

397th Medical Detachment, Before the Colors Fade: Recollections of General Burress by Soldiers of Two Generations by Keith J.M. Bonn

397th Medical Detachment, Remembering by Bill Braunhardt

397th Company B, Vignettes from the Vosges by Joseph Fleming

397th Company B, Memories of Days of Combat with Company B, 397th Infantry Regiment by Roger D. Goos

397th Company B, B Company 397 in Combat by Wilfred B. Howsmon, Jr.

397th Company B, On the Line with Company B by Wilfred B. Howsmon, Jr.

397th Company B, Combat in France by Robert Kelly

397th Company C, Combat, April 1945 by Kenneth P. Bonte

397th Company C, eg by Kenneth P. Bonte

397th Company C, An Act of Mercy by Art Byrnes

397th Company C, A Short Interval in the Life of a G.I. in World War II by Lester O. Glusenkamp

397th Company C, Addendum to Combat by Lester O. Glusenkamp

397th Company C, An Unforgettable Tank Ride by H. Foster Mitchem

397th Company C, Front Line Dentistry by H. Foster Mitchem

397th Company C, Memorable Incidents of Enemy Artillery or Machine-Gun Fireby H. Foster Mitchem

397th Company C, The Jammed BAR by H. Foster Mitchem

397th Company C, Two Incidents in the Battle for Heilbronn by H. Foster Mitchem

397th Company C, World War II Memories by H. Foster Mitchem

397th Company C, What I Remember About the 100th Division by James Pinson

397th Company C, The Sanity Hearing by John Quinn

397th Company C, Charlie Co. Squad by Willis Wahl

397th Company C, The Willis H. Wahl Story by Willis Wahl

397th Company D, Recollections by Gene Herr

397th Company D, Entering Combat by Louis Shelton

397th Company D, First Night in Combat by Louis Shelton

397th Company D, Remembrance by Louis Shelton

397th 2d Batallion, 100th Memories Continue to be Made by Robert Alcorn

397th Company E, Boxcars and Burps: Easy Does It by Craig Davison and Bill Law

397th Company E, The War Years, 1944-1946 by Richard Drury

397th Company E, From Company E, 397th to Stalag IXB by Don Hildenbrand

397th Company E, Excerpts of an Ex-POW by Edward Kulas

397th Company E, Stalag VIIA by A. L. (Bud) Lindsey

397th Company E, The Men from Dachau by A. L. (Bud) Lindsey

397th Company F, Four Miracles That Saved My Life by Leon Horowitz

397th Company F, My Return to France and Germany by H. E. (Gene) Pollard

397th Company F, Retrospective View from a World War II Foxhole by John Sommer

397th Company F, Company F, 397th Capture as Told by POW by Richard Van Deusen

397th Company G, Beyond Heilbronn by Denny Carmichael

397th Company G, Some Fascinating Occupation Duties by Denny Carmichael

397th Company G, Ringside Seat at Rimling by Mel McKee

397th Company G, Baptism of Fire for a Rifle Platoon Scout by Bill Paschal

397th Company G, Being a POW by Bill Paschal

397th Company G, I Remember Christmas ’44 by Bill Paschal

397th Company G, Stalag 7A by Vernon Patterson

397th Company H, 397th’s Company H Machine Gun Section by Rufus Dalton

397th Company H, 398th Medics Have Impact During and After Army by Rufus Dalton

397th Company H, S/SGT Herbert Harvey by Rufus Dalton

397th Company H, Shoot-Out at Rimling Junction by Rufus Dalton

397th Company H, The Battle for Mouterhouse by Rufus Dalton

397th Company H, Two Days of Hell at Heilbronn by Rufus Dalton

397th Company H, Visiting Europe on $2.17 per Day: Memories of a World War II Heavy Machine Gunner by William E. Eckard

397th 3d Battalion, Another View of the Battle of Rimling by Robert Wagoner

397th Company I, Patrol(s) to Erching by Milford Apetz

397th Company I, Foxholes and Fruitcakes by Lowry Bowman

397th Company I, Requiem for a Soldier by Lowry Bowman

397th Company I, The Train to Leipzig by Lowry Bowman

397th Company I, Captain Wilson by Ken Brown

397th Company I, Charge the Blockhouse! by Jack Keelan

397th Company I, Convoy–The Journey Itself Reveals a “New” World by Jack Keelan

397th Company I, This Takes the Cake by Jack Keelan

397th Company I, Sketches of World War II: A Personal Memoir by Paul Mosher

397th Company I, A Soldier’s Story by Robert G. Tessmer

397th Company I, Eric Levi Returns to Boyhood Home by Robert G. Tessmer

397th Company I, Life Aboard a Troop Transport by Robert G. Tessmer

397th Company I, Reflections on the Atlantic Convoy by Robert G. Tessmer

397th Company K, When New Year’s Noise Meant Death by Richard Maloy

397th Company K, Dear Lillian: A Memorable New Year’s by Henry Pouch

397th Company L, The Awakening by Ray Denman

397th Company L, On the Line by Wallace Early

397th Company L, “What in the Hell Am I Doing Here?” by John Miller

397th Company M, “Yes, We’re Brothers” by Ralph Lilore

398th Infantry Regiment

398th Headquarters, V-E Day Joyful, Pensive Time for 398 Chaplain by Clarence (Bill) Lecrone

398th Anti-Tank (AT) Company, One Combat Soldier’s Story by Roy Barr

398th Company A, From Wingen to Stalag 10C by Melvin Baker

398th Company A, Can You Go Home Again? by Caldon R. Norman

398th Company A, Whatever Happened to Company A? by Caldon R. Norman
398th Company A, European Odyssey October 1944-June 1945 by Caldron R. Norman

398th Company A, How It Seemed to Me by Lee Reese

398th Company A, The Last Battle, Maybe by Lee Reese

398th Company A, Thad Samorajski’s Recon Patrol by Thad (Sam) Samorajski

398th Company A, The Most “Unforgettable Character” by Thad (Sam) Samorajski

398th Company A, My Days by R. Emory Smith, Jr.

398th Company A, What Price Glory? by Bill Watson

398th Company B, WWII Experiences Cement Friendships by Pete Smith

398th Company B, Being a POW by Robert R. Smith

398th Company B, The Price of Freedom by Robert R. Smith

398th Company C, Last MOH Receipient Passes

398th Company C, Epinal by Jay Blumenfeld

398th Company C, Green Arena on Top of a Ridge by John Costello

398th Company C, An Early Combat Replacement by Richard Seelnacht

398th Company D, A Light Story by Frank Menza

398th Company D, One-Man Marshall Plan by Wally Olesen

398th 2d Battalion, Neither Rain nor Dark of Night Stopped These Men by Joe Carselle, Stan McElvain, and Arch Handy

398th 2d Battalion, Pete Mansueto as I Knew Him During World War II by Arch Handy

398th 2d Battalion, 100th Infantry Division in France and Germany by Johnson Stambaugh

398th Company E, Vignettes of the War by Glenn Breeden

398th Company E, An Infantry Soldier Temporarily Becomes a Sailor by Bill Correll

398th Company F, Remember When?

398th Company F, First to the Maginot Line by Melvin Faw

398th Company G, The Rochester Raid/Dollenbach by Jim Hazen

398th Company H, Jagst River Crossing by Tom Tillett

398th Company H, Memoirs by Tom Tillett

398th 3d Battalion HQ Company, A Coincidence? by Ralph Hudspeth

398th 3d Battalion HQ Company, Gerald’s WWII by Gerald Weber

398th 3d Battalion HQ Company, Sam Tyler by Gerald Weber

398th Company I, One Hundred Days on the Line by Boyd Skelton

398th Company K, Letter from Consul General Warren by William Dirk Warren

398th Company K, On the Line with King Company by William Dirk Warren

398th Company K, The World War II Years  by William J. Wayne

398th Company M, Hello Herb  by Joe Woods

399th Infantry Regiment

399th Headquarters Company, Mail Call by James Higgins

399th Anti-Tank (AT) Company, Vignettes of WWII by Stanley Clift

399th Anti-Tank (AT) Company, “War Days” by Stanley Clift

399th Anti-Tank (AT) Company, Stories I Have Told by Charles Gregory

399th Anti-Tank (AT) Company, How Pops Corresponded with General Burress by Henry Williams

399th Anti-Tank (AT) Company, “We Are in the Army Now!” by Henry Williams

399th Cannon (CN) Company, Safer to Use a Howitzer than a Rifle by Thomas Bartlett

399th Medical Detachment, Memories of Siersthal and Moyenmoutiers by Lionel Ruberg

399th Medical Detachment, A Medic’s Baptism Under Fire by Glenn Vladimer

399th Company A, Mightier than the Sword? by Frank Gurley

399th Company B, What a Way to Spend Your Birthday by Ray Howarth

399th Company C, The Century Association by Roland Giduz

399th Company C, The Ernest Kirchheimer Story by Roland Giduz

399th Company C, Behind the Front by Harry Steingrubey

399th Company C, First on the Front? by Harry Steingrubey

399th Company C, The General’s Attention by Harry Steingrubey

399th Company C, The Good Samaritan by Harry Steingrubey

399th Company C, The “Lost” Battalion by Harry Steingrubey

399th Company C, Missing Angel of a Legendary Soldier by Harry Steingrubey

399th Company C, PFC Steingrubey’s Three-Day War by Harry Steingrubey

399th Company C, The Whiz Kids by Harry Steingrubey

399th Company C, ASTP Memories by Larry Weinberg

399th Company D, Remembering by John Courter

399th Company D, Small Town Boy Visits New York City on War Bond Drive by John Courter

399th Company D, New Years 1944-45 by Robert Fair

399th Company D, Some Memories by Robert Fair

399th Company D, A.W.O.L. by Albert E. (Whitey) Holm

399th Company D, Thoughts about Memorial Day by Albert E. (Whitey) Holm

399th Company D, Move Out! by Albert E. (Whitey) Holm

399th Company D, Forgotten Memories of World War II by Sam Resnick

399th Company D, Dog Company by Scott Tidswell

399th Company E, The 100th Infantry Division Defends Maginot Line by William Schmidt and Samuel Errera

399th Company F, Son of Bitche by Hal Bingham

399th Company F, First Day of Combat Through the Sight of a BAR by Mel Denham

399th Company F, A WWII Skirmish and an Armistice Day Celebration by Charles Nicholson

399th Company F, “Soldiers and Dogs Keep off the Grass!” by David Starkweather

399th Company G, George and Me: The Saga of an Infantryman in World War II and the Company with Whom He Fought by Tom Bourne, Jr.

399th Company G, Training by Frank Branco

399th Company G, How I Took a Proficiency Exam and Joined the “Greatest Generation” by Bernard S. Miller

399th Company G, The Thousandth Man by John Villani

399th Company G, ASTP Memories by Richard Welke

399th Company H, The Tennessee Maneuvers by Bob Wells

399th Company I, A Tale of One City and the Greyhound Soldiers by Bruno Viani

399th Company I, Recollections of Army Life by Bruno Viani

399th Company I, Recollections of the Fifth War Loan Drive by Bruno Viani

399th Company K, Lieutenant Martin Hale by F.E. Batrus

399th Company K, My Life as a POW by James Heady

399th Company L, A Fortunate Alternate Use for Toilet Paper by Orland Gabriel

399th Company L, Love Company by John Khoury

399th Company L, Company L Goes to War by George Tyson

399th Company M, An Improbable Machine Gunner by Frank Hancock

399th Company M, In the Eye of the Beholder by Frank Hancock

Division Artillery

100th Division Artillery, Memories by Rocco Caponigro

100th Division Artillery, The Ghost of Darmstadt by John Kissinger

374th Battery B, November 12, 1944 by Herbert Church

375th Battery A, An Interview with the World Famous Comedian by William R. Higgins, Jr.

925th Battery B, “Halt! Who Goes There?” by James Calvert

925th Battery C, How NOT to Get Warm! by Melvin J. Helmich

925th Battery C, Memorable Experiences by Melvin J. Helmich

325th Medical Battalion

325th Medical Battalion, Company D, A Story I Have Told Many Times by Harold Bly

325th Combat Engineers

325th Engineer Batallion, Engineers on the Line by Samuel Pinnell

325th Engineer Batallion, Company C, Engineers on the Line by Herman (Zeke) Zederbaum

325th Engineer Batallion, Company C, Zeke’s Memoirs by Herman (Zeke) Zederbaum

100th Military Police Platoon

100th Military Police (MP) Platoon, From an Orphanage to a Bronze Star by Joseph Earnhardt

100th Military Police (MP) Platoon, A Private’s Survival Guide by Clifford J. Wood

Personal Memoirs, Listed by Author

Alcorn, Robert. 100th Memories Continue to be Made, 2d Battalion, 397th Infantry Regiment

Apetz, Milford. Patrol(s) to Erching, Company I, 397th Infantry Regiment

Baker, Melvin. From Wingen to Stalag 10C, Company A, 398th Infantry Regiment

Barr, Roy. One Combat Soldier’s Story, Anti-Tank (AT) Company, 398th Infantry Regiment

Bartlett, Thomas. Safer to Use a Howitzer than a Rifle, Cannon (CN) Company, 399th Infantry Regiment

Batrus, F.E. Lieutenant Martin Hale, Company K, 399th Infantry Regiment

Bingham, Hal. Son of Bitche, Son of a Bitche Company F, 399th Infantry Regiment

Block, Tom. First Battle, Medical Detachment, 397th Infantry Regiment

Bloom, Lewis. Lazarett (The Hospital), 100th Infantry Division Headquarters

Blumenfeld, Jay. Epinal, Company C, 398th Infantry Regiment

Bly, Harold. A Story I Have Told Many Times, Company D, 325th Medical Battalion

Bonn, Keith J.M. Before the Colors Fade: Recollections of General Burress by Soldiers of Two Generations, Medical Detachment, 397th Infantry Regiment

Bonte, Kenneth. Company C, 397th Infantry Regiment

Bourne, Jr., Tom. George and Me: The Saga of an Infantryman in World War II and the Company with Whom He Fought, Company G, 399th Infantry Regiment

Bowman, Lowry. Company I, 397th Infantry Regiment

Branco, Frank. Training, Company G, 399th Infantry Regiment

Braunhardt, Bill. Remembering, Medical Detachment, 397th Infantry Regiment

Breeden, Glenn. Vignettes of the War, Company E, 398th Infantry Regiment

Brown, Jack T. Should We Have Turned Back? Headquarters Company, 397th Infantry Regiment

Brown, Ken. Captain Wilson, Company I, 397th Infantry Regiment

Byrnes, Art. An Act of Mercy, Company C, 397th Infantry Regiment

Calvert, James. “Halt! Who Goes There?” Battery B, 925th Field Artillery

Caponigro, Rocco. Memories, 100th Division Artillery

Carmichael, Denny. Company G, 397th Infantry Regiment

Carselle, Joe; Stan McElvain; and Arch Handy. Neither Rain nor Dark of Night Stopped These Men, 2d Battalion, 398th Infantry Regiment

Church, Herbert. November 12, 1944, Battery B, 374th Field Artillery

Clift, Stanley. Anti-Tank (AT) Company, 399th Infantry Regiment

Colalillo, Mike. Last MOH Receipient Passes, Company C, 398th Infantry Regiment

Correll, Bill. An Infantry Soldier Temporarily Becomes a Sailor, Company E, 398th Infantry Regiment

Costello, John. Green Arena on Top of a Ridge, Company C, 398th Infantry Regiment

Courter, John. Company D, 399th Infantry Regiment

Dalton, Rufus. Company H, 397th Infantry Regiment

Davison, Craig, and Bill Law. Boxcars and Burps: Easy Does It, Company E, 397th Infantry Regiment

Denham, Mel. First Day of Combat Through the Sight of a BAR, Company F, 399th Infantry Regiment

Denman, Ray. The Awakening, Company L, 397th Infantry Regiment

Drury, Richard. The War Years, 1944-1946, Company E, 397th Infantry Regiment

Early, Wallace. On the Line, Company L, 397th Infantry Regiment

Earnhardt, Joseph. From an Orphanage to a Bronze Star, 100th Military Police (MP) Platoon

Eckard, William E. Visiting Europe on $2.17 per Day: Memories of a World War II Heavy Machine Gunner, Company H, 397th Infantry Regiment

Fair, Robert R. Company D, 399th Infantry Regiment

Faw, Melvin. First to the Maginot Line, Company F, 398th Infantry Regiment

Fleming, Joseph. Vignettes from the Vosges, Company B, 397th Infantry Regiment

Fraysee, Andre. French Military Intelligence Interpreter Team, 100th Infantry Division Headquarters

Gabriel, Orland. A Fortunate Alternate Use for Toilet Paper, Company L, 399th Infantry Regiment

Giduz, Roland. Company C, 399th Infantry Regiment

Glusenkamp,Lester O. Company C, 397th Infantry Regiment

Goos, Roger D. Memories of Days in Combat with Company B, 397th Infantry Regiment

Gregory, Charles W. Stories I Have Told, Anti-Tank (AT) Company, 399th Infantry Regiment

Gurley, Frank. Mightier than the Sword? Company A, 399th Infantry Regiment

Hancock, Frank. Company M, 399th Infantry Regiment

Handy, Arch. Pete Mansueto as I Knew Him During World War II, 2d Battalion, 398th Infantry Regiment

Hazen, Jim. The Rochester Raid/Dollenbach, Company G, 398th Infantry Regiment

Heady, James. My Life as a POW, Company K, 399th Infantry Regiment

Helmich, Melvin J. Battery C, 925th Field Artillery

Herr, Gene. Recollections, Company D, 397th Infantry Regiment

Higgins, James. Mail Call, Headquarters Company, 399th Infantry Regiment

Higgins, William R. An Interview with the World Famous Comedian, Battery A, 375th Field Artillery

Hildenbrand, Don. From Company E, 397th to Stalag IXB, Company E, 397th Infantry Regiment

Holm, Albert E. (Whitey). Company D, 399th Infantry Regiment

Horowitz, Leon. Four Miracles That Saved My Life, Company F, 397th Infantry Regiment

Howarth, Ray. What a Way to Spend Your Birthday, Company B, 399th Infantry Regiment

Howsmon, Jr., Wilfred B. Company B, 397th Infantry Regiment

Hudspeth, Ralph. A Coincidence? 3d Battalion HQ Company, 398th Infantry Regiment

Keelan, Jack. Company I, 397th Infantry Regiment

Kelly, Robert. Combat in France, Company B, 397th Infantry Regiment

Khoury, John. Love Company, Company L, 399th Infantry Regiment

Kissinger, John. The Ghost of Darmstadt, 100th Division Artillery

Kulas, Edward. Excerpts of an Ex POW, Company E, 397th Infantry Regiment

Lecrone, Clarence (Bill). V-E Day Joyful, Pensive Time for 398 Chaplain,Headquarters, 398th Infantry Regiment

Lilore, Ralph. “Yes, We’re Brothers”, Company M, 397th Infantry Regiment

Lindsey, A. L. (Bud). Company E, 397th Infantry Regiment

Lyons, Fred. 100th Division Headquarters

Maloy, Richard. When New Year’s Noise Meant Death, Company K, 397th Infantry Regiment

McKee, Mel. Ringside Seat at Rimling, Company G, 397th Infantry Regiment

Menza, Frank. A Light Story, Company D, 398th Infantry Regiment

Miller, Bernard S. How I Took a Proficiency Exam and Joined the “Greatest Generation”, Company G, 399th Infantry Regiment

Miller, John. “What in the Hell Am I Doing Here?” Company L, 397th Infantry Regiment

Mitchem, H. Foster. Company C, 397th Infantry Regiment

Mosher, Paul. Sketches of World War II: A Personal Memoir, Company I, 397th Infantry Regiment

Nicholson, Charles. A WWII Skirmish and an Armistice Day Celebration, Company F, 399th Infantry Regiment

Norman, Caldon R. Company A, 398th Infantry Regiment

Olesen, Wally. One-Man Marshall Plan, Company D, 398th Infantry Regiment

Paschal, Bill. Company G, 397th Infantry Regiment

Patterson, Vernon. Stalag 7A, Company G, 397th Infantry Regiment

Pinnell, Samuel. Engineers on the Line, 325th Engineer Battalion

Pinson, James. What I Remember About the 100th Division, Company C, 397th Infantry Regiment

Pollard, H. E. (Gene). My Return to France and Germany, Company F, 397th Infantry Regiment

Pouch, Henry. Dear Lillian: A Memorable New Year’s, Company K, 397th Infantry Regiment

Quinn, John. The Sanity Hearing, Company C, 397th Infantry Regiment

Reese, Lee. Company A, 398th Infantry Regiment

Remember When? Company F, 398th Infantry Regiment

Resnick, Sam L. Forgotten Memories of World War II, Company D, 399th Infantry Regiment

Ruberg, Lionel. Memories of Siersthal and Moyenmoutiers, Medical Detachment, 399th Infantry Regiment

Samorajski, Thad (Sam). Company A, 398th Infantry Regiment

Schmidt, William, and Samuel Errera. The 100th Infantry Division Defends Maginot Line, Company E, 399th Infantry Regiment

Schuman, Burt. 100th Division Headquarters—The Lifeline to Our Fighting Troops, 100th Infantry Division Headquarters

Seelnacht, Richard. An Early Combat Replacement, Company C, 398th Infantry Regiment

Shelton, Louis. Company D, 397th Infantry Regiment

Skelton, Boyd. One Hundred Days on the Line, Company I, 398th Infantry Regiment

Smith, Pete. WWII Experiences Cement Friendships, Company B, 398th Infantry Regiment

Smith, Jr., R. Emory. My Days, Company A, 398th Infantry Division

Smith, Robert R. Company B, 398th Infantry Regiment

Sommer, John. Retrospective View from a World War II Foxhole, Company F, 397th Infantry Regiment

Stambaugh, Johnson. 100th Infantry Division in France and Germany, 2d Battalion, 398th Infantry Regiment

Starkweather, David. “Soldiers and Dogs Keep off the Grass!” Company F, 399th Infantry Regiment

Stegmaier, Robert. The 100th’s Most Decorated: Elery M. Zehner, Headquarters, 100th Infantry Division

Steingrubey, Harry. Company C, 399th Infantry Regiment

Tessmer, Robert G. Company I, 397th Infantry Regiment

Tidswell, Scott. Dog Company, Company D, 399th Infantry Regiment

Tillet, Tom. Company H, 398th Infantry Regiment

Tyson, George. Company L Goes to War, Company L, 399th Infantry Regiment

Van Deusen, Richard. Company F, 397th Capture as Told by POW, Company F, 397th Infantry Regiment

Viani, Bruno. Company I, 399th Infantry Regiment

Villani, John. The Thousandth Man, Company G, 399th Infantry Regiment

Vladimer, Glenn. A Medic’s Baptism Under Fire, Medical Detachment, 399th Infantry Regiment

Wagoner, Robert. Another View of the Battle of Rimling, 3d Battalion, 397th Infantry Regiment

Wahl, Willis. Company C, 397th Infantry Regiment

Warren, William Dirk. Company K, 398th Infantry Regiment

Watson, Bill. What Price Glory? Company A, 398th Infantry Regiment

Wayne, William J. The World War II Years, Company K, 398th Infantry Regiment

Weber, Gerald. Gerald’s WWII 3d Battalion HQ Company, 398th Infantry Regiment

Weber, Gerald. Sam Tyler 3d Battalion HQ Company, 398th Infantry Regiment

Weinberg, Larry. ASTP Memories, Company C, 399th Infantry Regiment

Welke, Richard. ASTP Memories, Company G, 399th Infantry Regiment

Wells, Bob. The Tennessee Maneuvers, Company H, 399th Infantry Regiment

Wildanger, Edward. Driving a Jeep Was Not Fun and Games, Headquarters Company, 397th Infantry Regiment

Williams, Henry. Anti-Tank (AT) Company, 399th Infantry Regiment

Wood, Clifford J. A Private’s Survival Guide, 100th Military Police (MP) Platoon

Woods, Joe. Hello Herb, Company M, 398th Infantry Regiment

Zederbaum, Herman (Zeke). Company C, 325th Engineer Battalion

Histories contributed by those who were not veterans of the Century Division

Bonn, Keith E. Friends and Enemies of the Century: Military Units Which Supported or Opposed the 100th Infantry Division in the European Theater of Operations, 1944-1945

Bonn, Keith E. Most Underrated General of World War II; Excerpted from Extreme War, by Terrence Poulos (used with permission.)

Bonn, Keith E. Occupation

Bonn, Keith E. Pre-Deployment Training

Bonn, Keith E. The NORDWIND Plan to Destroy the 100th Infantry Division

Brower, Charles F., BG. Address to the 100th Infantry Division Association, Omni Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, September 17, 2006

Burns, Robert. The Belittling Battle of the Blond “Bitche”

Calvert, Jimmy. Veterans Share Recollections of the War

Cass, William. Captain Jack L. Rhea

CosbyMcCoy, Carrie. Chappie

Eitel, Elfriede. What a Beautiful Valley. Hold Your Fire!

Capitulation of Esslingen, Germany to US 100th Infantry Division – as told by the city elders of Esslingen am Neckar and Company I, 399th Infantry Regiment.

Herbert, Paul H. Robert Earle Herman, American Soldier

Longacre, Edward G. Heilbronn: One Last Place to Die (Originally appeared in America in WWII magazine, April 2010. Used with permission.) 

Longacre, Edward G.War in the Ruins, Chapter 2, “The 100th Infantry Division.”(Used with permission: Westholme Publishing)

Pilgrim, James. James Pilgrim’s Experiences in WWII.

Vannoy, Allyn. House to House in the German Heartland: the Battle of Heilbronn
(Originally appeared in Military Heritage magazine, April 2006. Used with permission.)