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134th Infantry Regiment

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S/Sgt Robert E. Annis

Headquarters 1st Battalion

S/Sgt Robert E Annis

Robert E. Annis High School graduation photograph

Robert E. Annis served with the 134th Infantry Regiment since 1941 and for the entire duration of the war. He was born on July 5, 1918 in Flint, Michigan and died April 17, 2008 in Ft. Meyers, Florida.

Fenton Independant Newspaper, Fenton MI, 1945, Notes of Interest of Our Servicemen - With the 35th Infantry Division in France: Sergeant Robert E. Annis, of Linden, Headquarters Company First Battalion, 134th Infantry, has been awarded the Bronze Star by Major General Paul W. Baade, Commanding General of the 35th Division.

Linden Leader Newspaper, Linden MI, 1945: Linden's Robert Annis Discharged - S/Sgt Robert E. Annis, son of Mr. & Mrs. E. Annis, Linden, has been discharged after 4 years and 4 months service, 18 months of which were served over seas. He holds the Good Conduct Medal, Pre-Pearl harbor Ribbon, ETO Ribbon with five battle stars, Combat Infantryman Badge, the Bronze Star, and Presidential Unit Citation.

Bronze Star Medal
Bronze Star Medal
Sergeant Robert E. Annis, 36116796, Infantry, United States Army, for meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States at * * *, France and * * *, Germany from 8 to 14 December 1944.  Entered military service from Michigan.
General Orders 7, Headquarters 35th Infantry Division, 17 January 1945

Thanks to Michael James Annis for this picture and information.

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