134th Infantry Regiment
"All Hell Can't Stop Us"
Photos from the collection of T/5 Bruce E Ross - Click on a picture below to open a higher resolution version of the photograph.
|T/5 Bruce E Ross - awards including Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster and Bronze Star||identity unknown||Hotel zum Wilden Schwein - Adenau, Germany||unknown||Hotel zum Wilden Schwein - Adenau Germany|
|soldier's identity unknow. T/5 Ross' Jeep in background||Adenau - Eifel||Adenau - Eifel, Marktplatz||Nurburg - Eifel||Nurburgring - Karussell|
|unknown - possibly transporting prisoners||unknown||T/5 Bruce E Ross, Clarence Caton||T/5 Bruce E Ross||unknown|
|unknown||T/5 Bruce E Ross||identity of soldiers unknown||T/5 Bruce E Ross, Clarence Caton, unknown||Clarence Caton|
|Clarence Caton, T/5 Bruce E Ross||Clarence Caton, T/5 Bruce E Ross||Clarence Caton, T/5 Bruce E Ross||unknown||engineered river crossing|
|unknown||Clarence Caton||Clarence Caton, unknown||unknown||unknown|
|procession/parade - banner appears to represent some religious organization from Adenau with a 1935 date||T/5 Bruce E Ross' Jeep, Phi Delta Theta markings and "Phikeir", unknown passenger||T/5 Bruce E Ross||unknown, Caton, Walker?||T/5 Bruce E Ross, unknown, at the Wild Boar Hotel|
|Julich, Germany - temporary crossing||location unknown, T/5 Ross' Jeep, note "Penn State" below windshield||unknown||T/5 Bruce E Ross, back of photo marked "Passed for Personal Use, Not for Publication, 13 April 1945, Theater Censor, ETO USA, 11"||unknown, Homandberg?, Ross?, unknown|
|T/5 Bruce E Ross||T/5 Bruce E Ross||Hotel zum Wilden Schwein - Adenau, Germany (Hotel Wild Boar) - identity of soldiers unknown||T/5 Bruce E Ross||overturned jeep, identity of soldier unknown|
|unknown||unknown||award presentation?||identity of soldiers unknown||award presentation?|
|identity of soldiers unknown||photo labelled, Back - Caton, Savas, Walker, Homer (Homandberg?), Front - Ross, Butch (apparently his nickname), Flynt||S1 power plant, Hanover Germany - Canton, Ross?, unknown||88mm AA gun - Hanover, Germany||Outer defense, 88mm AA, Hanover, Germany|
|Radar installation, Hanover, Germany||S1 Power Plant, Hanover, Germany||Industrial area, Hanover, Germany||Clarence Caton||left - identity unknown, right - T/5 Bruce E Ross|
|C+R, power plant - Hanover, Germany||Clarence Caton, Warren Mussard||Hanover, Germany||Nurburg - Ring, Start-U.Ziel-Platz||Nurburg - Ring|
|Die Nurburg||Die Welt Grosste Autorennstrasse - Nurburgring||Schalkenmehrener - Maar I.D. Eifel||T/5 Bruce E Ross during the Battle of the Bulge||unknown|
|parade ceremony||parade ceremony||Bruce E Ross, he grew up a horseman, lived and died a horseman||Capt. "Pesco" (Pescosolido), Recklinghausen, Germany||T/5 Bruce E Ross|
|T/5 Bruce E Ross||unknown||Room hit by enemy shell where Bruce E. Ross and other members of his unit were sleeping. Bruce was in a bed directly beneath this entry hole and he suffered shrapnel wounds and partial paralysis. He woke up from the operation to remove the shrapnel from his back to hear the doctor say, "this one will never walk again." Fortunately that was not the case, unfortunately several of his buddies in the room and in the room behind did not fare as well.||Exterior of building in which T/5 Ross was wounded||Homandberg, Ross, Caton, Dwyer, Flynt|
|Ross, Maraia||Bruce E Ross, Stanley Speiller||unknown, unknown, Bruce E Ross||identity of soldiers unknown||Hotel zum Wilden Schwein - Adenau, Germany (Hotel Wild Boar) - identity of soldiers unknown|
|identity of soldier unknown||T/5 Bruce E Ross, spoils of war||T/5 Bruce E Ross, Regimental-Battalion Flag||Hotel zum Wilden Schwein - Adenau, Germany (Hotel Wild Boar) - identity of soldier unknown||Ross? standing on left, identity of other soldiers unknown|
|identity of soldier unknown||identity of soldier unknown||Jeep driven by T/5 Bruce E Ross||Lt Otis A Reid, Nirm Germany||T/5 Bruce E Ross and brother C Seabert Ross meet in Paris, November 12, 1944|
|T/5 Bruce E Ross, possibly while stationed in St Ives||View of waterfront from St Ives||St Ives||Bruce E Ross - Bronze Star Medal Certificate|
|Path of the 134th Infantry Regiment - drawing from Bruce E Ross' photo album|
If you can identify any of the soldiers in these pictures please contact the webmaster
Thanks to Elliot Ross, T/5 Bruce E Ross' son, for these pictures and the information about his father.
Thanks to Kathy Caton Vaughn for identifying her father, Pfc. Clarence E. Caton, in these photos.