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Historical Documents:

Roster 35th Infantry Division POE to POE (Port of Entry to Port of Exit)- compiled by the 35th Infantry Division based on records available December 7, 1945, the date the Division was deactivated after WWII.  It includes personnel lists for the following; 35th Division Commanding Officers; 134th, 137th, and 320th Infantry Regiments; 60th Engineer Combat Battalion; 127th, 216th, and 219th Field Artillery Battalions; 35th Infantry Division Headquarters Company; 35th Recconnaissance Troop; and the 35th Quartermaster Company.  This is a searchable PDF file.

Journal of a Rifleman World War II - by Ralph S. Lilly, 137th Infantry Regiment, Company A

Operations of the 3rd Battalion, 137th Infantry Regiment at St. Lo, France, July 11 - 15, 1944 - One of a series of 8 137th Infantry Regiment Battle Narratives based on interviews conducted by the Army usually a short time after the action occured

Thom's Combat Diary of Company L, 137th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division in World War II - includes Company L rosters and 1981 - 1983 reunion information

Morning Reports 127th Field Artillery Battalion - Reports are now available for A and B Batteries, more will be added in the future.

Morning Reports 110th Medical Battalion - Reports are now available for Company D and partially for Headquarters.  More will be added in the future.

Morning Reports 60th Engineer Combat Battalion - Reports are now available for all Companies of the 60th Engineer Combat Battalion from July 1944 through May 1945

Diary of a Front Line Medic WWII - by T/5 Gordon E. Cross, Medical Detachment, 134th Infantry Regiment. Compiled after the war from bits of paper he carried with him throughout the war it represents what he experienced as a front line medic between July, 1944 and May, 1945, from Omaha Beach to the fall of Germany.

Morning Reports 320th Infantry Regiment - These reports are now available for all Companies of the 320th Infantry Regiment.

The History of Company C, 134th Infantry, 1875 - 1985 - This is a history of Company C, 134th Infantry Regiment by S/Sgt Alvin L. Lampe who served in Company C during WWII. It was updated by Jack W. Van Allen, Lt. Col., Infantry.  In addition to the history of Company C, it also includes personnel rosters from World War I, World War II, and 1957 and information about Company C Reunions from the 1930's through 1982. This is a searchable PDF file.

Queen Mary Passenger Lists - All 35th Infantry Division Units (except for the 137th Infantry Regiment) returned home on the Queen Mary which sailed from Southhampton, England on September 5 and arrived in New York Harbor on Monday, September 10, 1944. These are the original passenger lists from the Queen Mary arranged by unit. All 35th Infantry Division soldiers who returned on the Queen Mary will be shown on these passenger lists.

Videos:

Pvt. Michael L. Linquata, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company D - Video interview conducted by The National WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA

Photographs:

137th Infantry Regiment, Headquarters Company, January 2, 1941, Wichita, Kansas

S/Sgt Louis Gill, 320th Infantry Regiment, Company K

Pvt. Julian Osborne, 137th Infantry Regiment, Company F

Pfc. Irwin J. Morey, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company F

Pfc. Robert A. Wilson, 60th Engineer Combat Battalion, Company C

T/5 Gordon E. Cross, 134th Infantry Regiment, Medical Detachment

Pvt. Everett D. Cagle, 137th Infantry Regiment, World War One (WWI)

S/Sgt. Richard Saleker, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company A

Pfc. Earl O. Briant, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company C - Died while training at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas, Febuary 26, 1941

134th Infantry Regiment Band, Armistice Day Parade, Memphis TN 1941

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