134th Infantry Regiment
"All Hell Can't Stop Us"
In this 4-part interview John E. "Gene" Weick describes his experiences while serving with the 134th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division, in France and Germany during WWII. T/Sgt Weick was awarded both a Silver and a Bronze Star Medal for heroic action. He was also awarded a Purple Heart Medal for wounds received in Normandy during the battle for St. Lo, France. In these videos he discusses his experience with his son, Steve Weick.
Part 3 - Ardennes and Germany
Approximately December 18, 1944 SSgt Weick was cleared by the 121st Station Hospital in England and sent back to France.
Around December 24, 1944, SSgt Weick caught up with his unit at the town of Lutrebois Belgium.
Between December 29th and 31st Contact was made with the 101st Airborne in Bastogne. Unit was at Marvie, Belgium at this time.
2nd Lt. Adam J. Czaikowski took over as Platoon Commander of the 1st Platoon. On July 4th he was a Sgt. in the 1st Platoon, 2nd Squad.