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"All Hell Can't Stop Us"

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Film - 134th Infantry Regiment in WWII

In Memory of those men who made the Supreme Sacrifice the 134th Infantry presents the following pictures. These pictures cover scenes beginning in Cornwall, England, and continuing through France, Belgium, Holland, Germany and return to the United States. Climate conditions cause much deterioration of this film, for which an apology is offered. "I wish to express my appreciation and thanks to all of you men who made the history of the Regiment what it is today. LA WE LA HIS, ALL HELL DIDN'T STOP US." - Colonel Butler B. Miltonberger

Video - Part 8



Artillery lends a hand

Randerath, Germany. Devastated towns and campsites in the country.

Siegfried Line

Col. Miltonberger leaves the 134th Infantry to become Assistant Division Commander, 35th Division. Lt. Col. Boatsman takes over.

Rest Area, S.E. of Venlo, Holland

Capt. Mitz Mauer and Lt. Col. McDannel

T/Sgt. Vance and S/Sgts. Willhite and Strom police up around billets

S/Sgt. Spurrier, Congressional Medal of Honor Winner, Goldbeck, Germany. Staff Sergeant Junior J. Spurrier reportedly was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in a solitary battle in Achain, France.

Preparing to move from Gladbeck to Elbe River

Directing fire from 1st Bn CP Bochum, Germany

The Air Corps do a superb job on Hanover. The films shows decimated buildings.

Recklinhausen, Germany


Bad Bertrich. Military staff at R&R around a swimming pool. Not bad! Soldiers show off impressive diving skills off a diving board.

Lt. Col. Williamson, Div JAG

Dedication Ceremony, Santa Fe Stadium, Koblenz, Germany

1st Bn receives Distinguished Unit Citation from Lt. Gen. Gerow, XV Army Comdr

Capt. Sheehy, Co "A" and Capts. Greelief, Co "B", Chappel, Co "C" and Jardine, Co "D".

1st Bn Passes in Review.

Video - Part 8

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