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Robert A Rob Rush 
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Panama City Beach FL
    Message Signed on 24-03-2017 at 22:18  
Remembering my father, Dale C Rush, who proudly served his country as an Infantryman in the 134th. Honoring all those who served so courageously.

 
Gunter 'Doc Snafu' Gillot 
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Francorchamps
    Message Signed on 22-03-2017 at 17:21  

Hello
You've done a hell of a work. I have just downloaded the 134-ID AAR 12/44 to publish it on the European Center of Military History website and I was really happy to find it.

We keep in touch
Gunter

 
Louie Matuszewski 
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Sint-Oedenrode (Nijnsel)
    Message Signed on 19-03-2017 at 11:33  
Hello, i have a question about Harley's in duty in the 60th Engineer Battalion in WW2. I am a new member of the US 35th Inf. Div. vehicle club Santa Fe from the Netherlands and my goal is to correct as possible the vehicle markings of a Harley of the 60th Engineers battalion. First is my question ar there any Harley's used by the 60th Eng.? And if so what ar the markings on the front fender! Second if they used no Harley's what unit of the 35th Inf. Div. has Harley's at that time. Maybe the HQ or the MP. Is there a possibility to have the correct markings on Harley's. I hope you wil help me out. My best regards from Louie from the Netherlands

 
David Forsyth 
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Whitmore Lake
    Message Signed on 09-03-2017 at 02:07  
Been looking for information on what my grandfather did over seas thanks I see his name in the roster

 
Carol Sedlak Reinhardt 
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Cibolo Texas
    Message Signed on 27-02-2017 at 10:26  
My father Edmund John Sedlak served in the 134 infantry division out of Nebraska, 35th division in WW2. He passed away several years ago. I have come across many photos and newspaper articles about the France invasion, that he had saved and wondered if you be interested in having them to help catalog any events. Also he had a buddy by the name of Sgt. Robert John Fields that was KIA on Nov. 13th 1944 that I have pictures of and letters from his sister Mary. If any family members are reachable. Let me know if you are interested in any of the information I have.

 
Carol Sedlak Reinhardt 
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Cibolo, Texas
    Message Signed on 27-02-2017 at 01:30  
My father Edmund John Sedlak served in the 134 Infantry Company M out of Nebraska. Served in WW2. He passed away many years ago and I have come across many pictures and newspaper clippings of the war in the 1940's. He had a good friend that was KIA in France. Sgt. Robert J. Fields from Indiana. I'm trying to find out more information on his surviving family. Also I'm wanting to donate the pictures and articles I have to further the history on WW2. If this is something you might be interested in let me know.

 
Sandra J. Brooks 
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San Francisco
    Message Signed on 26-02-2017 at 02:04  
My grandfather is PFC James Preston Brooks. He died April 18, 1945 in Brussels Belgium.. Trying to find out all I can about him. What he did. How he died. If anyone here knew him. Thank you in advance. He is gone but NOT FORGOTTEN. We love and cherish him and his memory.

 
Michael J. Muller 
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Queensbury, NY
    Message Signed on 25-02-2017 at 23:03  
My father George J. Muller PFC ( Bronze Star recipient) proudly served with the 60th Combat Engineers in WWII. Throughout his lifetime and in all the years after his service he spoke so little about the experiences that I simply had no idea of what was done, what was accomplished and the comaraderie of the Combat Engineers. I thank those folks who tirelessly put the effort in to write this history and then make it available for all to read and learn more about those exciting times.

 
jim jerele 
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columbus
    Message Signed on 20-02-2017 at 16:55  
would like to purchase a book about 35th division, 137 Infantry Regiment.

That was my father's group in WW2.

Any sources?

 
Brandon Gregory 
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Lynchburg, VA
    Message Signed on 14-02-2017 at 19:56  
My grandfather was Jack L Gregory, a T/Sgt with Company H. I am currently researching his service history and came across this website which is well done. I would love to hear from anyone who served with him.

 

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