134th Infantry Regiment Website
"All Hell Can't Stop Us"
Last Update 4/13/2017
Morning Reports 320th Infantry Regiment, Company F - Morning Reports are now available for all Companies of the 134th and 137th Infantry Regiments and for Companies A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and K of the 320th Infantry Regiments.
320th Infantry Regiment General Orders - These General Orders include individual awards of the American Campaign Service Ribbon and Combat Infantryman Badge to members 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.
137th Infantry Regiment General Orders - These General Orders include individual awards of the Good Conduct Medal, Combat Infantryman and Combat Medical Badge to members of the 137th Infantry Regiment.
Evacuation Hospital General Orders - Soldiers from multiple U.S. Army units, including the 35th Infantry Division, were treated at these Evacuation Hospitals. Purple Heart Medals were awarded by these hospitals to those treated for wounds and injuries received in combat. They are currently available for the 9th, 12th, 41st, 91st, and 106th Evacuation Hospitals.
III, XII and XVI Corp General Orders - During WWII the 35th Infantry Division was assigned to several different Corps. These General Orders include awards both to soldiers permanently assigned to the Corps and to soldiers from units temporarily assigned to it, like the 35th Infantry Division.
Heroes of the Argonne, Authentic History of the 35th Division in World War I: This book is available to download as a PDF file or as an eBook for iPad or Kindle.
Pfc. Leon A. Davis, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company C
Pfc. Walter J. Kranz, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company L, Killed in Action November 13, 1944
Pfc. Frank B. DiCarlo, 320th Infantry Regiment, Company G
Sgt. Robert J. "Cotton" Field, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company M, Killed in Action November, 13, 1944 on a hillside outside of Bellange, France
S/Sgt Edmund J. Sedlak, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company M: includes photos from his collection including a group photo of Company M taken in the Gramercy Forest, France in 1945.
Company D, 134th Infantry Regiment Reunion Photos: Nebraska 1972 and 1975; Nebraska 1981, 1984,1987 and 1990
Pvt. Joseph M. Tysko, Company K, 134th Infantry Regiment
Pvt. Leonard Pipitone, Company A, 134th Infantry Regiment