134th Infantry Regiment Website
"All Hell Can't Stop Us"
Last Update 10/3/2018
35th Infantry Division in WWI - New section added with information about the activities of the 35th Infantry Division during WWI
Morning Reports 161st Field Artillery Battalion - Reports are now available for Battery A.
Army Map Service (AMS) map Namur-Luxembourg scale 1-250000 - This is a detailed topographical U.S. Army map produced during WWII. This is a large file so it might take a few minutes to load depending on the speed of your internet connection.
320th Infantry Regiment Unit Journal - August 1944 through July 145. The Unit Journal contains in-depth descriptions of the activity of a unit on a daily basis. There are numerous entries for each day's events showing the time of occurrence for each.
Morning Reports 127th Field Artillery Battalion - Reports are now available for all Batteries of the 127th Field Artillery Battalion
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.
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 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.
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.
Pvt. Michael L. Linquata, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company D - Video interview conducted by The National WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA
Pvt. Lewis F. Cantrell, Company F, 134th Infantry Regiment
Company G, 134th Infantry Regiment - Group photo taken in 1941
T/Sgt Robert L. Fowler, Company L, 134th Infantry Regiment
Pvt. John V. Vujevich, 60th Engineer Combat Battalion, Company C
Pvt. Rufus C. Myers, Company I, 134th Infantry Regiment, 34th Infantry Division, WWI
Pfc. Virgil H. Jones, HQ Company 3rd Battalion, 320th Infantry Regiment. Includes extensive collection of photos.
Pfc. Walter S. Brass, HQ Company 3rd Battalion, 320th Infantry Regiment
Capt. Sidney K. Strong, Company A, 137th Infantry Regiment. Awarded Silver Star, Silver Star OLC and Purple Heart. Killed in Action November 23, 1944 at Hilsprich, France.
S/Sgt Paul Kozar, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company A, died May 27, 1945 near Hamm, Germany when he was accidentally shot by a Sentry.