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134th Infantry Regiment

"All Hell Can't Stop Us"

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134th Infantry Regiment Combat History of World War II

By Major General Butler B. Miltonberger, Former Commanding Officer, 134th Infantry Regiment and Major James A. Huston, Assistant Professor of History, Purdue University

Transcribed by Roberta V. Russo

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER

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I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII

Dedication
Preface
Heritage of Nebraska's Own
Into World War II
P. O. M.
Normandy
Counter-Counterattack at Mortain
Across France
Gremecey Defensive
Through Lorraine into Germany
The Ardennes Bulge
The Roer to the Rhine
East of the Rhine
War's End

The 134th Infantry Regiment Combat History of World War II was published shortly after World War II and has long been out of print. This book is available for download in Microsoft Word Format and also in PDF file format.

The Microsoft Word file contains all chapters and rosters but does not include any photographs.

The PDF file version is complete with all text, rosters, and photographs.

Thanks to Josh Adams for the PDF version of this unit history. He is the grandson of Pfc Junior N Crist who served in Company K. He created this complete version of the 134th Infantry Regiment's unit history as a present he is having printed for his grandfather's 97th birthday.

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