Holidays.net Online Store

Holdays.net Home


April 16th, 2014
Emancipation Day

April 17th, 2014
Maundy Thursday

April 18th, 2014
Orthodox Good Friday

April 18th, 2014
Good Friday

April 19th, 2014
Holy Saturday

April 19th, 2014
Orthodox Holy Saturday

April 20th, 2014
Easter Sunday

April 20th, 2014
Orthodox Easter

April 21st, 2014
Patriot's Day

April 21st, 2014
San Jacinto Day

April 21st, 2014
Easter Monday

April 21st, 2014
Orthodox Easter Monday

April 22nd, 2014
Earth Day

April 22nd, 2014
Oklahoma Day

April 22nd, 2014
Last day of Passover

April 23rd, 2014
Administrative Professionals Day

April 23rd, 2014
World Book and Copyright Day

April 25th, 2014
World Malaria Day

April 25th, 2014
Arbor Day

April 26th, 2014
World Intellectual Property Day

April 27th, 2014
Yom HaShoah

April 28th, 2014
Confederate Memorial Day

April 28th, 2014
World Day for Safety and Health at Work

April 29th, 2014
Day to Remember Chemical Warfare Victims

May 1st, 2014
Law Day

May 1st, 2014
National Day of Prayer

May 1st, 2014
Loyalty Day

May 3rd, 2014
World Press Freedom Day

May 4th, 2014
Rhode Island Independence Day

May 5th, 2014
Cinco de Mayo

May 6th, 2014
Primary Election Day Indiana

May 6th, 2014
Yom HaAtzmaut

May 8th, 2014
Truman Day

May 8th, 2014
Time to Remember Lost Lives From World War II

May 9th, 2014
'Confederate Memorial Day' observed

May 10th, 2014
Confederate Memorial Day

May 11th, 2014
Mother's Day

May 13th, 2014
Primary Election Day West Virginia

May 14th, 2014
World Migratory Bird Day

May 15th, 2014
International Day of Families

May 15th, 2014
Peace Officers Memorial Day

May 16th, 2014
National Defense Transportation Day

May 17th, 2014
World Information Society Day

May 17th, 2014
Armed Forces Day

May 18th, 2014
Lag B'Omer

 



Search:

34th Infantry Division World War 2 Research Edition Cd For Sale

34th Infantry Division World War 2 Research Edition Cd

NOTICE: This sale is for CD 1 only of the 3 CD set. Postage to Europe costs $1 more.After purchase I'll invoice you for the extra. I've been having problems with /Paypal checkout postage errors. If your sale fails to complete please email me directly for help.

Researching
World War II
Unit Histories, Documents
Monographs, Books and Reports on CD
PDF Remastered and Keyword Searchable

Top - Order of Battle - Chronology Map - Files - History - Campaigns - Bottom
34th Infantry
"Red Bull"
Division

Order of Battle

34th Division Headquarters
Headquarters Company

133rd Infantry Regiment
135th Infantry Regiment
168th Infantry Regiment

168th Commandos
100th Infantry Battalion (9 Sep 43 - 31 Mar 44)
442nd Regimental Combat Team (12 Jun 44 - 10 Aug 44)

34th Division Artillery, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery
125th Field Artillery Battalion (105mm)
151st Field Artillery Battalion (105mm)
175th Field Artillery Battalion (105mm)
185th Field Artillery Battalion (155mm)

34th Military Police Company
34th Quartermaster Company
34th Reconnaissance Troop (Mechanized)
34th Signal Company
109th Engineer (Combat) Battalion
109th Medical Battalion
734th Ordnance (Light Maintenance) Company
1st Ranger Battalion


Casualties Killed in Action: 3,737
Wounded in action: 14,165
Missing in action: 3,460
Total Battle Casualties: 21,362

Days of Combat
517


Commanders
Maj. Gen. Ellard A. Walsh
Feb - Aug 41

Maj. Gen. Russell P. Hartle
Aug 41 - May 42

Maj. Gen. Charles W. Ryder
May 42 - Jul 44

Maj. Gen. Charles L. Bolte
Jul 44 to inactivation

Campaigns
Tunisia 17 Nov 42 - 13 May 43 Naples-Foggia
9 Sep 43 - 21 Jan 44 Rome-Arno
22 Jan - 9 Sep 44 North Apennines 10 Sep 44 - 4 Apr 45 Po Valley

5 Apr - 8 May 45



Medals
Medal of Honor - 9
Distinguished Service Crosses - 98
Distinguished Service Medals - 1
Silver Stars - 1,153
Bronze Stars - 2,545
Legion of Merit - 116
Soldier's Medal - 54
Purple Hearts - 15,000

Battle Honors

Distinguished Unit Citations - 3

Foreign Awards
French Croix de Guerre


Medal of Honor Recepients

Pvt. Robert D. Booker
34th Infantry Division
Fondouk, Tunisia
April 9, 1943

2nd Lt. Ernest H. Dervishian
34th Infantry Division
Cisterna, Italy
May 23, 1944

Cpt. William W. Galt
168th Infantry Regiment
Villa Crocetta, Italy
May 29, 1944

S/Sgt. George J. Hall
135th Infantry Regiment
Anzio, Italy
May 23, 1944

1st Lt. Beryl R. Newman
133rd Infantry Regiment
Cisterna, Italy
May 26, 1944

Pfc. Leo J. Powers
133rd Infantry Regiment
Cassino, Italy
February 3, 1944

2nd Lt. Paul F. Riordan
34th Infantry Division
Cassino, Italy
February 3 - 8, 1944

Pvt. Furman L. Smith
135th Infantry Regiment
Lanuvio, Italy
May 31, 1944

2nd Lt. Thomas Wigle
135th Infantry Regiment - Co K
Monte Frassino, Italy
September 14, 1944


Top - Order of Battle - Chronology Map - Files - History - Campaigns - Bottom

1942 14 Jan- The first contingent of the 34th Division embarks at Brooklyn. 15 Jan- Sailed from New York. 26 Jan- The initial group of 4,508 of the Division stepped ashore at 12:15 hrs at Dufferin Quay, Belfast. 8 Nov- After training in Northern Ireland, the 34th Infantry Division saw its first combat in North Africa. As a member of the Eastern Task force, which included two brigades of the British 78th Infantry Division, and two British Commando units, they landed at Algiers and seized the port and outlying airfields. Elements of the Division took part in numerous subsequent engagements in Tunisia during the Allied build-up, notably at Sened Station, Faid Pass, Sbeitla, and Fondouk Gap. 1943 Apr- The Division assaulted Hill 609. 1 May- The Division captured Hill 609 and then drove through Chouigui Pass to Tebourba and Ferryville. The Division trained for the Salerno landing. 9 Sep- The 151st FA Bn. went in on D-day at Salerno, Italy. 25 Sep- The rest of the Division followed. 28 Sep- The Division contacted the enemy at the Calore River. Oct- The 34th drove north to take Benevento, crossed the winding Volturno three times thru November. 9 Dec- The Division assaulted Mount Patano and took one of its four peaks before being relieved. 1944 Jan- The Division went back in II Corps front line battering at the Bernhardt Line defenses. After bitter fighting through the Mignano Gap, they were able to take Mount Trocchio without resistance as the German defenders withdrew to the main prepared defenses of the Gustav Line. 24 Jan- During the First Battle of Monte Cassino the 34th pushed across the Rapido River into the hills behind and attacked Monastery Hill which dominated the town of Cassino. 11 Feb- The 34th were relieved from their positions. 25 Mar- After rest and rehabilitation, the Division landed at the Anzio beachhead. 23 May- Maintaining defensive positions until the offensive of 23 May, the Division broke out of the beachhead, took Cisterna, and raced to Civitavecchia and Rome. 19 Jul- After a short rest, the Division drove across the Cecina River to liberate Livorno Oct- The 34th continued on to take Mount Belmonte during the fighting on the Gothic Line. 1945 15 Apr- The Division dug in south of Bologna for the winter. 21 Apr- The 34th captured Bologna. 2 May- The 34th routed the enemy to the French border was halted on 2 May upon the German surrender in Italy.
Top - Order of Battle - Chronology Map - Files - History - Campaigns - Bottom
34th Infantry Division
in World War II
CD 1
Open all files from the folders on the CDs
Install Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader from CD 1
The files below are found on CD 1

34th Infantry Division
133rd Infantry Regiment

History


CD 1
256 Pages - PDF

34th Infantry Division
135th Infantry Regiment

History


CD 1
690 Pages - PDF

34th Infantry Division
168th Infantry Regiment

History


CD 1
73 Pages - PDF

34th Infantry Division

Letters
Documents
News Clippings

CD 1
8 Pages - PDF

Medal of Honor
Recepients






CD 1
9 Citations - PDF

34th Infantry Division
133rd Infantry Regiment

'Here Is Your Outfit'
History or 133rd






CD 1
4 Pages - PDF

1943 - 1 Jan 44

Air Phase of the
Italian Campaign







CD 1
434 Pages - PDF

7 - 10 Nov 42

34th Infantry Division
135th Infantry Regiment

Operations
Algiers, North Africa

Algeria - French
Morocco Campaign

CD 1
31 Pages - PDF

12 Dec 42

North Africa
Operations Report




CD 1
78 Pages - PDF

19 Dec 42

Observer Report

North Africa



CD 1
7 Pages - PDF

24 Dec 42 - 17 Feb 43

34th Infantry Division
168th Infantry Regiment

Operations


CD 1
34 Pages - PDF

12 - 21 Feb 43

34th Infantry Division
168th Infantry Regiment

Operations
Battle of Faid Pass

CD 1
28 Pages - PDF

14 - 23 Feb 43

Battle of
Kasserine Pass







CD 1
28 Pages - PDF

Mar 43

Operation Torch

Intelligence Lessons
from North Africa





CD 1
18 Pages - PDF

26 Mar - 11 Apr 43

34th Infantry Division
135th Infantry Regiment

Operations
Fonduk el Okbi,
North Africa

Tunisian Campaign

CD 1
30 Pages - PDF

8 - 9 Apr 43

34th Infantry Division
133rd Infantry Regiment

Operations
Fondouk Gap,
North Africa

Tunisian Campaign

CD 1
31 Pages - PDF

26 Apr - 2 May 43

34th Infantry Division
135th Infantry Regiment
1st Battalion

Operations
Hill 609 and 531
Mateur, Tunisia


CD 1
33 Pages - PDF

26 Apr - 2 May 43

34th Infantry Division
135th Infantry Regiment
1st Battalion

Hill 531
Mateur, Tunisia

Tunisia Campaign

CD 1
26 Pages - PDF

26 - 28 Apr 43

34th Infantry Division
168th Infantry Regiment


Operations
Sidi Nsir, Tunisia

Tunisian Campaign

CD 1
31 Pages - PDF

27 Apr - 1 May 43

34th Infantry Division



Operations
Tunisia, North Africa

Tunisian Campaign

CD 1
24 Pages - PDF

Jul 43

Reports on
Operation Husky

Sicily





CD 1
30 Pages - PDF

7 - 15 Oct 43

Volturno

First River Crossing






CD 1
20 Pages - PDF

12 - 14 Oct 43

34th Infantry Division
135th Infantry Regiment

First Crossing of
the Volturno River

Naples-Foggia
Campaign

CD 1
22 Pages - PDF

13 Oct 43

34th Infantry Division
168th Infantry Regiment

Crossing the
Volturno River, Italy




CD 1
18 Pages - PDF

25 - 28 Oct 43

34th Infantry Division
135th Infantry Regiment

Operations
Battle of Ailano, Italy

CD 1
21 Pages - PDF

29 Nov - 2 Dec 43

34th Infantry Division
168th Infantry Regiment

Mount Pantano, Italy


CD 1
26 Pages - PDF

26 Jun 44

34th Infantry Division
442nd Infantry Regiment

Suvereto, Italy


CD 1
37 Pages - PDF

Aug 44 - Apr 45

North Apennines
Gothic Line




CD 1
21 Pages - PDF

Mar - Aug 45

34th Infantry Division


13 Newsletters


CD 1
52 Pages - PDF

5 Apr - 2 May 44

Final Campaign of
15th Army Group

Po Valley
Campaign

CD 1
38 Pages - PDF

18 Apr 45

34th Infantry Division
168th Infantry Regiment

German Apennine Line


CD 1
30 Pages - PDF

War Aginst
Germany and Italy

Pictorial Record




CD 1
458 Pages - PDF

8 - 11 Nov 42

Algeria
French Morocco
Campaign

CD 1
32 Pages - PDF

17 Nov 42 - 13 May 43

Tunisia



CD 1
32 Pages - PDF

9 Jul - 17 Aug 43

Sicily
Campaign


CD 1
28 Pages - PDF

9 Sep - 6 Oct 43

Salerno



CD 1
111 Pages - PDF

6 Oct - 15 Nov 43

Volturno

From Volturno
to the Winter Line

CD 1
131 Pages - PDF

9 Sep 43 - 21 Jan 44

Naples - Foggia




CD 1
32 Pages - PDF

9 Sep 43 - 4 Jun 44

Road To Rome




CD 1
66 Pages - PDF

22 Jan - 24 May 44

Anzio




CD 1
28 Pages - PDF

22 Jan - 31 May 44

The German
Operation at Anzio



CD 1
167 Pages - PDF

22 Jan - 9 Sep 44

Rome-Arno




CD 1
31 Pages - PDF

10 Sep 44 - 4 Apr 45

North
Apennines
Campaign


CD 1
33 Pages - PDF

19 Days
From the Apennines
to the Alps

The Story of the
Po Valley Campaign

CD 1
96 Pages - PDF

5 Apr - 8 May 45

Po Valley
Campaign



CD 1
28 Pages - PDF

14 Apr - 2 May 45

Final Campaign
Across Northwest
Italy


CD 1
145 Pages - PDF

1945

Finito !

The Po Valley
Campaign

CD 1
70 Pages - PDF

WW2
Situation Maps
Europe




CD 1
82 Maps - PDF

Research Guide
National Archives
Finding Information of
Personal Participation
in World War II Guide

CD 1
5 Pages - PDF

Form SF-180
Records Request

Request for
Personnel Records

CD 1
3 Pages - PDF

Guide to
Research Resources Relating to
World War II


CD 1
20 Pages - PDF

1941 - 1945

WWII
Chronology
US Army

CD 1
672 Pages - PDF The files below are found on CD 2

VE Day
Eisenhower Flyer



CD 2
1 Page - PDF

Rank
Insignia of Grade



CD 2
1 Page - PDF

Chart

Enlisted Men's
Uniform Insignias

CD 2
1 Page - PDF

Patch
Identification
Guide


CD 2
19 Pages - PDF

Mines - Booby Traps
Identification Guide

CD 2
80 Pages - PDF

Aircraft
Nose Art

CD 2
34 Pages - PDF


Aircraft
Recognition Guide

CD 2
17 Pages - PDF



Aircraft
Insignia Poster

CD 2
1 Page - PDF



US
World War II
Posters



CD 2
249 Pages - PDF



German
World War II
Posters



CD 2
75 Pages - PDF



Comic Book
Covers




CD 2
8 Pages - PDF

Song Lyrics

Army
HIT KIT
of Popular Songs

CD 2
6 Pages - PDF

Troopships
of World War II















CD 2
391 Pages - PDF

British
Grenadier Guards
1939 - 1945

Campaigns

BEF - 1939 - 1940
Tunisia 1942 - 1943
Italy - 1943 - 1945
Europe 1944 - 1945







CD 2
93 Pages - PDF

Film

The
BIG PICTURE
Documentary Film

"Combat Infantryman"

An Official
Television Report
to the Nation
From the
United States Army



CD 2
Film Info - PDF
Film: 27m14s - MP4

Newsreels

"Allied Vise Tightens
On Rhineland"
Universal Newsreel
7 Dec 44
Film: 7m17s

"Nazis Surrender"
Universal Newsreel
14 May 45
Film: 7m24s

"The Year 1945"
United Newsreel
Film: 8m34s

CD 2
Newsreels - Folder

1 Sep 39 - 10 May 42

Graphic History
Of The War





CD 2
76 Pages - PDF

1985

Veterans
Remerbrances
of World War II

40th Anniversary
of VE Day

CD 2
141 Pages - PDF

Brief History
of World War II







CD 2
55 Pages - PDF

APOs

Army
Postal Service
Addresses




CD 2
149 Pages - PDF
The files below are found on CD 3

Music

"Singing Soldiers"

Winners Second
All Army Soldier
Singing Contest

1954-55
19 Song LP Record
2 Album Set


CD 3
Info - PDF
Files - Folder

Music

What Do You
Do In The Infantry ?

American Military March
Semper Fidelis (Marines)





CD 3
Files - Folder

D-Day
Radio Broadcasts

13 - BBC/CBS/NBC
Normandy Invasion
Broadcasts

24 - CBS Invasion
1 Hour Broadcasts





CD 3
Files - Folder



Cartoons

11
BANNED
World War II
Cartoons

Bugs Bunny
Donald Duck
Popeye
Superman
more ...

CD 3
Info - PDF
Files - Folder


Top - Order of Battle - Chronology Map - Files - History - Campaigns - Bottom
34th Infantry
"Red Bull"
Division
34th Infantry Division History World War II

The first contingent embarked at Brooklyn on 14 January 1942 and sailed from New York the next day. The initial group of 4,508 stepped ashore at 12:15 hrs on 26 January 1942 at Dufferin Quay, Belfast commanded by Major-General Russell P. Hartle. They were met by a delegation including the Governor General (Duke of Abercorn), the Prime Minister of Northern Ireland (John Miller Andrews), the Commander of British Troops in Ulster (General G. E. W. Franklyn), and the Secretary of State for Air (Sir Archibald Sinclair).

After continuing its training in Northern Ireland, the 34th Infantry Division saw its first combat in North Africa on 8 November 1942. As a member of the Eastern Task force, which included two brigades of the British 78th Infantry Division, and two British Commando units, they landed at Algiers and seized the port and outlying airfields. Elements of the Division took part in numerous subsequent engagements in Tunisia during the Allied build-up, notably at Sened Station, Faid Pass, Sbeitla, and Fondouk Gap. In April 1943 the Division assaulted Hill 609, capturing it on 1 May 1943, and then drove through Chouigui Pass to Tebourba and Ferryville.

The Division then trained for the Salerno landing. The 151st FA Bn. went in on D-day, 9 September 1943, at Salerno, while the rest of the Division followed on 25 September. Contacting the enemy at the Calore River, 28 September 1943, the 34th, part of U.S. II Corps, drove north to take Benevento, crossed the winding Volturno three times in October and November, assaulted Mount Patano and took one of its four peaks before being relieved, 9 December 1943.

In January 1944, the Division was back in II Corps front line battering at the Bernhardt Line defenses. Thankfully, after bitter fighting through the Mignano Gap, they were able to take Mount Trocchio without resistance as the German defenders withdrew to the main prepared defenses of the Gustav Line. On 24 January 1944, during the First Battle of Monte Cassino they pushed across the Rapido River into the hills behind and attacked Monastery Hill which dominated the town of Cassino.

While they nearly captured the objective, in the end their attacks on the monastery and the town failed. The performance of 34 Division in the mountains is considered to rank as one of the finest feats of arms carried out by any soldiers during the war. In return they sustained losses of about 80% in the Infantry battalions. They were relieved from their positions 11-13 February 1944. Eventually, it took the combined force of five allied infantry divisions to finish what the 34th nearly accomplished on its own.

After rest and rehabilitation, it landed in the Anzio beachhead, 25 March 1944, maintaining defensive positions until the offensive of 23 May, when it broke out of the beachhead, took Cisterna, and raced to Civitavecchia and Rome. After a short rest, the Division drove across the Cecina River to liberate Livorno, 19 July 1944, and continued on to take Mount Belmonte in October during the fighting on the Gothic Line. Digging in south of Bologna for the winter, the 34th jumped off, 15 April 1945, and captured Bologna on 21 April. Pursuit of the routed enemy to the French border was halted on 2 May upon the German surrender in Italy.

The Division participated in six major Army campaigns in North Africa and Italy. The Division is credited with amassing 517 days of front line combat, more than any other U.S. division. One or more 34th Division units were engaged in actual combat with the enemy on 611 days. This would have been 1st Battalion, 133rd Infantry, the IRONMAN battalion. This battalion still holds the record over the rest of the United States Army for days in combat.

The division was credited with more combat days than any other division in the war. The 34th Division suffered 3,737 killed in action, 14,165 wounded in action, and 3,460 missing in action, for a total of 21,362 battle casualties. Casualties of the division are considered to be the highest of any division in the theater when daily per capita fighting strengths are considered.

There is little doubt the division took the most enemy-defended hills of any division in the European Theater. The division's men were awarded 10 Medals of Honor, 98 Distinguished Service Crosses, one Distinguished Service Medal, 1,153 Silver Stars, 116 Legion of Merit medals, one Distinguished Flying Cross, 2,545 Bronze Stars, 54 Soldier Medals, 34 Air Medals, with duplicate awards of 52 oak leaf clusters, and 15,000 Purple Hearts. More recently, in 2000 the Minnesota Legislature renamed all of Interstate 35 in Minnesota the "34th Division (Red Bull) Highway," in honor of the Division and its service in the World Wars.


Top - Order of Battle - Chronology Map - Files - History - Campaigns - Bottom
34th Infantry
Division
Campaigns

34th Infantry Division
Campaigns of World War II

Tunisia 17 Nov 42 - 13 May 43 Naples-Foggia
9 Sep 43 - 21 Jan 44 Rome-Arno
22 Jan - 9 Sep 44 North Apennines 10 Sep 44 - 4 Apr 45 Po Valley

5 Apr - 8 May 45


Tunisia Campaign
17 Nov 42 - 13 May 43

Having gained Algeria, the Allies quickly turned eastward, hoping to take Tunis and Bizerte before the Germans could send reinforcements into Tunisia. But the drive broke down short of the goal. In February 1943, after Rommel had been driven into Tunisia, the Axis took the offensive and pushed through Kasserine Pass before being stopped. With Ninth and Twelfth Air Forces in the battle, the Allies drove the enemy back into a pocket around Bizerte and Tunis, where Axis forces surrendered in May. Thus Tunisia became available for launching an attack on Sicily as a preliminary to an assault on Italy.

Naples-Foggia Campaign
9 Sep 43 - 21 Jan 44

After Allied bombardment of communications and airfields in Italy, Montgomery crossed the Strait of Messina on 3 September 1943 and started northward. Five days later Eisenhower announced that the Italian Government had surrendered. Fifth Army, under Clark, landed at Salerno on g September and managed to stay despite furious counterattacks. By 18 September the Germans were withdrawing northward. On 27 September Eighth Army occupied the important airfields of Foggia, and on I October Fifth Army took Naples. As the Allies pushed up the peninsula, the enemy slowed the advance and brought it to a halt at the Gustav Line.


Rome-Arno Campaign
22 Jan - 9 Sep 44

The Allied operations in Italy between January and September 1944 were essentially an infantryman’s war where the outcome was decided by countless bitterly fought small unit actions waged over some of Europe’s most difficult terrain under some of the worst weather conditions found anywhere during World War II.

North Apennines Campaign
10 Sep 44 - 4 Apr 45

The northern Apennines fighting was the penultimate campaign in the Italian theater. Although the Allies steadily lost divisions, materiel, and shipping to operations elsewhere, which diminished their capabilities, their offensives prevented the Axis from substantially reinforcing other fronts with troops from Italy. Yet the transfer of units from Fifth and Eighth Armies for use in northwest Europe, southern France, and Greece, both after the capture of Rome and during the North Apennines Campaign itself, left Allied commanders with just enough troops to hold Axis forces in Italy but without sufficient forces to destroy the enemy or to end the campaign.

Po Valley Campaign
5 Apr - 8 May 45

For the Allied armies in Italy, the Po Valley offensive climaxed the long and bloody Italian campaign. When the spring offensive opened, it initially appeared that its course might continue the pattern of the previous months and battles in Italy, becoming another slow, arduous advance over rugged terrain, in poor weather, against a determined, well-entrenched, and skillful enemy.

However, by April 1945 the superbly led and combat-hardened Allied 15th Army Group, a truly multinational force, enjoyed an overwhelming numerical superiority on the ground and in the air. On the other side, Axis forces had been worn down by years of combat on many fronts; they were plagued by poor political leadership at the top as well as shortages of nearly everything needed to wage a successful defensive war.

By April 1945 factors such as terrain, weather, combat experience, and able military leadership, that had for months allowed the Axis to trade space for time in Italy could no longer compensate for the simple lack of manpower, air support, and materiel. By the end of the first two weeks of the campaign both sides realized that the end of the war in Italy was in sight, and that all the Allies needed to complete the destruction of Axis forces was the skillful application of overwhelming pressure, a feat largely accomplished within ten days, by 2 May 1945.


Top - Order of Battle - Chronology Map - Files - History - Campaigns - Bottom
For Mac or PC computer use. A monograph is a work of writing or essay or book on a specific subject and may be released in the manner of a book or journal article. Files copied from books and the National Archives and are 'as is' and may be incomplete or unreadable in parts. For Special Requests or more information about this or any of my other "Researching WWII" CDs like it, send an email to ...


NOTICE: This sale is for CD 1 only of the 3 CD set. Postage to Europe costs $1 more.After purchase I'll invoice you for the extra. I've been having problems with /Paypal checkout postage errors. If your sale fails to complete please email me directly for help.
34th Infantry Division World War 2 Research Edition Cd

This item has been shown times.

Buy Now

34th Infantry Division World War 2 Research Edition Cd:
$10




1946 United States Military Academy,west Point,50th Anniversary Yearbook.... picture
1946 United States Military Academy,west Point,50th Anniversary Yearbook....


Advertising Label Reference Book picture
Advertising Label Reference Book


1941 President Roosevelt's War Message To Congress And The Nation picture
1941 President Roosevelt's War Message To Congress And The Nation


World War 2 Through 1957 Miscellaneous Paper Group picture
World War 2 Through 1957 Miscellaneous Paper Group


Rare Unit History, The Crow Flight 47th Bomb Sq. (m) picture
Rare Unit History, The Crow Flight 47th Bomb Sq. (m)


Rare Unit History 4th Fighter Squadron Commando picture
Rare Unit History 4th Fighter Squadron Commando


M4 Sherman Tank, Combat & Development - Ww2 U.s. Armor Pictorial History Book picture
M4 Sherman Tank, Combat & Development - Ww2 U.s. Armor Pictorial History Book


Ww 2 Armed Services Edition Softcover Book-dear Baby Short Stories-will Saroyan picture
Ww 2 Armed Services Edition Softcover Book-dear Baby Short Stories-will Saroyan


Ww 2 Armed Services Edition Softcover Book-selected Poems Of John Masefield picture
Ww 2 Armed Services Edition Softcover Book-selected Poems Of John Masefield


Ww2 101st Airborne Booklet  picture
Ww2 101st Airborne Booklet