1917-1919 * St. Mihiel * Lorraine * Meuse-Argonne 1942-1946 * Ardennes * Rhineland * Central Europe
History of the 78th Division - Wikipedia website
78th Division WW2 Occupation History - US Army website
Lightning, The History Of The 78th Infantry Division in WWII - (Divisional Series) by Division Historical Committee
78th Infantry Division- WWII Living History Re-Enactment Unit - "The Lightning Division"
My Dad Goes to War - Lynn K. Juckett - 78th Infantry Division Headquarters
created by Daniel Juckett as a tribute to his Dad. Excellent site with many photos!
The Search for Andrew E. Lincoln
[C-Company/309th Inf] - by Greg Farrell, webmaster, search for my uncle, who was with C-Co/309th of the 78th Division.
William Frazier Furr, a member of Company D, 309th Infantry Regiment
who was KIA near the Schwammenauel dam - a beautifully done website
"I was in the 78th inf division for 2 years, in 78th signal, but attached to 309th HQ throughout the war."
310th Regiment in WW1
American Battle Monuments Commission
At first the main goal of this website was to tell the stories of the men who are buried or memorialized at the American Military Cemetery at Henri-Chapelle. But while doing research for this website and while talking to many veterans and relatives, it became very clear that there is more to tell then "just" about the men of Henri-Chapelle.
Library of Congress
Remagen Bridge Peace Museum Website
Other Veteran, Unit and Division Association Sites
2nd Armored Division Association
3rd Armored Division Association - Spearhead
4th Infantry Division Association
23rd Americal Division Association
69th ("The Fighting 69th") Infantry Division Association
70th Infantry Division Association
99th Infantry Division Association
100th Infantry Division
Other Interesting websites for military research related to 78th Division and Rhineland campaign
Arthur S. Tozar - French World War I Museum
The American Divisions engaged in our Region during the First World War
The 746th Tank Battalion
was with the 9th ID in the Remasgen Bridgehead
The 104th Infantry Division (Timberwolves)
came like the 1st ID late into the bridgehead. Later they found together with the 3rd Armored Division the largest underground factory during WW2 in east Germany. The caves at the City of Nordhausen called "Mittlebau Dora" produced all V2 rockets. Jewish slave workers died there in masses. It was anhihilation through work.
The 750th Tank Battalion
was with the 104th ID.
The D-Day Museum
founded by Stephen Ambrose opened on June 6th 2000
This is a listing of the 41 U. S. Army Engineer Battalions active as of 31 July, 1997
Western Front maps
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