|Date: June 30, 2000
From: Chris Fossitt - email@example.com
Subject: 301st Infantry replacements 1945
Can anyone tell me if regiments received
replacements in any type of routine. Daily? Weekly? Monthly?
On my uncle's separation papers it says he arrived in England on January
27, 1945. He was eventually fighting with Company L of the 301st,
but can anyone give me information that would help me pinpoint exactly
when he would have arrived at the front? He had talked about fighting
for a bridgehead, so I'm pretty sure he was at the crossing of the Saar.
Could he have been at the front by the 19th of February for the attack
on Munzingen? Did the Army give green soldiers any time to adjust
to the new continent before sending them to the front?
|Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000
From: Michael Slage <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Info about Samuel Kovnat
I am searching for information about
my grandfather Samuel Kovnat who was in Company F. He received 2 Bronze
Stars and was a professional boxer who organized athletic activities including
boxing matches. He also acted as unofficial interpreter for the interrogation
of German prisoners , gambled terribly, was outspoken and spoke some Russian
which made him unofficial go between with the Russian troops in Czechoslovakia.
Unfortunately he had alzheimers for many years, as I was growing up,
and passed away in 1992 so I was unable to learn much more. I am
hoping that someone can point me in the right direction for finding more
information and maybe photographs.
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2000
Subject: 94th Division Vets/M1 rifle research
|From: "Delgado, Paul" <Paul.Delgado@iwgphil.com>
Subject: Sgt Manuel Delgado, 94th Div, 376th , Co F
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000
My Father, Sgt Manuel Delgado, fought with the 94th Division, 376th Regiment, Company F, from Sept 8 1944 to Aug 1945. He was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple heart. We are trying to find information on the action his company saw . We would also like to find his citations. We would also like to get in touch with anyone in the association who was in Company F, during that time. He is living in Oxnard California.
Very truly yours,
|Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000
From: Bill Jones
Subject: Pvt. Ralph G. Phillips
I'm searching for anyone who served
with Ralph G. Phillips in the 94th Division's 302nd Infantry until his
death from wounds on Nov. 14, 1944.
Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2000
Subject: Serrig, Germany, March 5th, 1945
On March 5th or 6th,
1945, the 301st. Regt. 94th I.D. was relieved by the 328th Regt., 26th
I.D. (Yankee Div.). The relief took place near the town of Serrig,
Germany. It may have been in the area of Hoecker Hill.
Subject: Friends of Garland Butler
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000
I am Roger Butler, son of the late Garland R. Butler, and I am trying to find out more about my father's years with the 94TH. I would like to contact some of the friends that he made while serving. Is there anyway that I can send out notice for them to contact me or anyway for me to find out who some of his close friends were that I might contact them? If you know of anyway please let me know. Thanks. Roger Butler
|From: "PatrishaDavis" <PatrishaDavis@email.msn.com>
Subject: Carl J. Wack, Jr.
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000
My father's name was Carl J. Wack Jr. His grade was S-SGT and he was a member of the 2nd Bn, 302 Reg, 94th Infantry Division. He was from Troy, Ohio.
My father passed away on April 26, 1996. He was a great man. He never talked about the war and I never knew he fought in the Battle of the Bulge until after he died and I found his military papers. I would be very interested in learning more about the 94th Infantry and I have inquired about subscriptions to "The Attack" newletter which I would like to send to each of my siblings.
If anyone knew my father, I would be very interested in exchanging emails with you. Actually, I would be interested in exchanging emails with anyone in the 94th because I would like to know more about your experiences. I know they are very personal experiences but I think your memories would help me to understand my dad a little better. He was a very private man and never spoke of the war. I would appreciate any insights you could be share of these very personal experiences. I would like to also share your memories with my 4 siblings so my memories of my father could be passed on to his chidren, grand-children and great-grandchild. Thank you in advance for your responses and your kind gifts of reminiscence.
|From: "Margaret Hoots" <email@example.com>
Subject: Harold Still
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000
Cpl. Robert Hoots searching for squad member wounded in action. Pvt. Harold Still. Last known home state is California.
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