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134th Infantry Regiment

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Casualty Reports and Battle Deaths


 35th Infantry Division WWII Battle Deaths, all organic units indexed by soldier's name

134th Infantry Regiment Battle Casualty Reports from July 1944 through August 1945

110th Medical Battalion Clearing Station Admission and Dispostion Reports from July 1944 through July 1945.

The 110th Medical Battalion provided medical assistance to the entire 35th Infantry Division and its attached units. The Admission and Dispostion Reports posted on this website include information about soldiers from the following units: 35th Division HQ; 35th Division Special Troops; 134th Infantry Regiment; 137th Infantry Regiment; 320th Infantry Regiment; Division Artillery; 127th Field Artillery Battalion; 219th Field Artillery Battalion; 216th Field Artillery Battalion; 161st Field Artillery Battalion; 60th Engineer Battalion ;35th Recon Troop; 35th Quartermaster Company; 35th Signal Company; 110th Medical Battalion; 35th Military Police Platoon; 35th Division Band; 735th Ordnance Company; and the following attached units; 737th Tank Battalion; 654th Tank Destroyer Battalion; 448th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion; and the 784th Tank Battalion. These reports typically include a soldiers name, rank, serial number, unit, and casualty type.

Quartermaster General Burial Reports - These are daily and weekly Quartermaster General reports of burials at temporary American military cemeteries in the ETO. Weekly reports include the soldier's name, serial number, rank, unit, burial date, and cemetery name. Daily burial lists include their name and serial number. These reports list military burials of personnel from all units and not only those for 35th Infantry Division soldiers.

Army Memoranda that describes how battle casualties are to be reported and instructions for completing Admission and Disposition (A&D) Reports

Army Battle Casualties and Non-Battle Deaths in WWII - Final Report, 7 December 1941 - 31 December 1946. This is the final statistical record of battle casualties and nonbattle deaths incurred during World War II by United States Army military personnel, including members of the Army Air Forces. The period covered is 7 December 1941 through 31 December 1946. Battle casualties are shown in various ways such as: type and disposition; theater; month of occurrence; duty branch; grade in which serving; component; place of occurrence; organization; campaign; and area of residence. Death statistics include classifications by type of death, theater, month of death, duty branch, grade in which serving, type of personnel, and area of residence. Prepared by the Statistical and Accounting Branch Office of the Adjutant General.

134th Infantry Regiment soldiers Killed in Action.

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