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134th Infantry Regiment

"All Hell Can't Stop Us"

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Combat History of the 137th Infantry Regiment

World War II

Transcribed by Roberta V. Russo, Palatine, Illinois

Chapter 4 - Photographs and Maps

KO'd Tiger Royal in Belgium

Tintange, Belgium

An "88" knocked out near Honville, Belgium

Soldiers of the 137th make a prisoner remove U.S. Army pants and shoes in Geromont, Belgium

Liverchamps, Belgium

Medics of the 137th remove the wounded from Lustremange, Belgium, shortly after the town was shelled by artillery

An aid man pulls a litter for wounded soldiers which was constructed by natives in the village of Luxembourg, and is used by medics of the 137th in this area

A German prisoner helps American GI's carry another wounded German prisoner of war to a jeep ambulance near Harlange, Luxembourg. Both of the German prisoners were in their teens

Building in Villiers La Bonne Eau. All but one building were in a similar condition

Colonel Murray and radio man in Belgium, January, 1945

The wake of battle

Map, Bastogne area

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