134th Infantry Regiment
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Last Update 5/4/2013
Videos - 134th Infantry Regiment in WWII: This 9 part series is a chronological history of the 134th Infantry Regiment, beginning in England and ending with the docking of the St. Mary in New York at war's end. It is raw footage assembled by Gen. Butler Miltonberger and officers of the 134th Infantry. This film was aquired from the Truman Library.
Military Intelligence Periodic Reports for the 35th Infantry Division (December 1944 and January 1945) and for the 134th Infantry Regiment (December 1944). Periodic Military Intelligence Reports are daily reports that contain information about enemy troop and artillery locations, defensive positions, identities of enemy units encountered, enemy reserves, supply, administration and capability, enemy operations during the period, and other miscellaneous information.
137th Infantry Regiment Personnel Roster database compiled from the book "35th Infantry Division Roster POE to POE"
Map - Path of the 134th Infantry across Europe in WWII
320th Infantry Regiment After Action Reports: After Action Reports contain descriptions of the activity of the Regiment for a one month period of time. They include information regarding geographic location and troop movement, weather, combat, casualties, and the number of awards issued during the time period covered by the report.
35th Headquarters Company Personnel Roster from the book "35th Infantry Division Roster POE to POE"
35th Reconnaissance Troops (Mechanized) Roster from the book "35th Infantry Division Roster POE to POE"
127th Field Artillery Battalion Roster from the book "35th Infantry Division Roster POE to POE"
216th Field Artillery Battalion Roster from the book "35th Infantry Division Roster POE to POE"
219th Field Artillery Battalion Roster from the book "35th Infantry Division Roster POE to POE"
35th Infantry Division After Action Reports: July 1944 through May 1945. Monthly reports include a description of activities for 35th Division units; organic and attached.
World War II Awards to members of the 35th Infantry Division: C. Douglas Sterner, Curator, Military Times Hall of Valor, has transcribed citations for all awards of the Silver Star Medal and higher issued to members of all units of the 35th Infantry Division for service during WWII. Thanks to Mr. Sterner for sharing this document.
Santa Fe Stadium, Koblenz, Germany: Official Dedication Program, July 1, 1945. Includes photos of team members from the 35th Division Indians and the 106th Division Cubs baseball teams.
The Siegfried Line: War Office Notes on German Fieldworks - Number 4 contains descriptions, illustrations, and photographs.
German Armaments and Field Works: War Office Technical Intelligence Summary Number 144 contains descriptions, illustrations, and photographs of German armaments and field works used during World War II
German Surrender: General Butler B. Miltonberger teletype announcing unconditional German surrender, May 7, 1945
Christmas Greeting & Prayer: General George S. Patton Christmas Greeting to Third Army and Prayer for fair weather, December 25, 1945
60th Engineers Combat Battalion roster from the book "35th Infantry Division Roster POE to POE"
35th Division Reunion Program - 1951: This is the program from the 35th Division Reunion that was held in Topeka, Kansas on June 8, 9 and 10, 1951.
Morning Reports - 134th Infantry, Company C: Morning Reports are a daily record of the Company and the soldiers assigned to it. They were filed every morning and cover a 24-hour period from midnight to midnight. They also record the location of the Company, how many men were assigned as of that day, and occasionally troop movements, weather, or other miscellaneous information. These reports are indexed by date and by soldier's name.
137th Infantry Regiment After Action Reports: After Action Reports contain descriptions of the activity of the Regiment for a one month period of time. They include information regarding geographic location and troop movement, weather, combat, casualties, and the number of awards issued during the time period covered by the report.
137th Infantry Regiment Combat History of World War II: Unit History book including photographs, maps, and roster.
Index of Good Conduct Medal Recipients: General Orders issued by Headquarters 134th Infantry Regiment awarded the Good Conduct Medal to enlisted men of the Regiment for completing one year of honorable and faithful service while the nation was at war. This service must have been completed without any non-judicial punishments, disciplinary infractions, or court martial offenses. Includes an alphabetical roster of award recipients and scanned copies of the original the General Orders in PDF file format, which can be viewed on line or downloaded and saved.
Officers of the 137th Infantry Regiment, as of May 1, 1944
Pfc. Walter M. Komaniecki, 137th Infantry Regiment, Company G
S/Sgt Herbert S. Hull, served in both the 320th and 134th Infantry Regiments in 1943 before transferring to the 5th Ranger Battalion
1st Lt. August (Pete) N. Renner, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company F
Camp Blanding, Florida - Infantry Replacement Training Center, Group photo Company D, 221st Infantry Battalion
T/Sgt Charles J. Novak, 134th Infantry Regiment, HQ Company 3rd Battalion
Pfc. Orville P. Robnett, 134th Infantry Regiment, HQ Company 2nd Battalion
Col. Bernard A. Byrne, Commander 320th Infantry Regiment. Includes a letter written by Col Byrne to the mother of a soldier on August 14, 1945.
Pfc. Domenic D'Alessandris, 134th Infantry Regiment, Anti-Tank Company. Includes a large collection of photographs and memorabilia.
Nazi Flag captured at Eisenwork Bochum and signed by Anti-Tank Company, 134th Infantry Regiment
Sgt. Wallace G. Crowe, 134th Infantry Regiment, Commander Company F
Capt. Cecil D. Foster, 134th Infantry Regiment, Commander Company E
Camp Roberts, California
T/4 Elmer F. Christensen, 134th Infantry Regiment, Anti-Tank Company
S/Sgt Leroy (Bud) Vanwey, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company B
Netherlands American Cemetery - Grave sites of 134th Infantry Regiment soldiers buried at Margraten
Sgt Muir L. Hahn, 320th Infantry Regiment, Company G
Nick Oostrum, Translator, 134th Infantry Regiment
Pfc. George J. Wagnis, 60th Engineers Combat Battalion
Cpl. Edward P. Dudek, Headquarters Company 2nd Battalion, 134th Infantry Regiment
Company I, 134th Infantry Regiment Group Photo - taken September 16, 1942 in Santa Monica, CA
T/Sgt. Fredrick T. Mooers, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company I
Pfc. Vester White Eubank, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company L