134th Infantry Regiment Crest

134th Infantry Regiment

"All Hell Can't Stop Us"

35th Infantry Division emblem

Guy A. Yeargin

Company L

Guy A. Yeargin

Guy and Lillie Rae Yeargin

Guy and Lillie Rae Yeargin

Guy A. Yeargin arrived in Europe in late October 1944. He was a BAR man with Company L, 134th Infantry Regiment. He was captured by the Germans at Habkirchen, Germany after crossing the Blies River from Ebersing. In 1998 Mr. Yeargin wrote a book,"Grace and Guy" about his experiences as a BAR man and a POW. He and his wife Lillie Rae now reside in Gastonia, North Carolina.

Anyone who recognizes Mr. Yeargin from these photos may contact him at the following email address GYeargin@carolina.rr.com or you may write to him at:

Mr. Guy A. Yeargin
1817 Westbrook Circle
Gastonia, NC 28052

Thanks to Mr. Yeargin for providing these photos and information.

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