84th Infantry Division Links

84th Division Alumni Site
Obituary of LTG Alexander Bolling, Commanding General of 84th Infantry Division in Europe during WWII.  Bolling's son served as a company commander in A/334th.
84th Infantry Division ETO Website with Corps assignments and location of HQ
Biography of LTG Walter Woolwine who served as Company CO in the 84th and was inducted into the Quartermaster Hall of Fame in 1997.
Henry Holbrook Gould website, WWII Railsplitter who served with B Company, 334th Infantry Regiment.
Airlanding training of the 84th ID in the US before shipping out for Europ in WWII.  The 84th went on after the war to be designated an Airborne Division for a short period.
Current 84th Division (IT) Website
History Channel website naming Alan Wanderlich, Company K, 335th Infantry Regiment as Veteran of the Month in June 2002.  The page containes an error (names 84th as an Airborne Division in WWII) but otherwise a good page.
Webpage dedicated to 2LT James Slavens, killed in action 23 February 1945 with Company C, 309th Engineer Battalion.  His troops named a bridge after him in Germany.
Webpage of Sonny Lester, trumpeter who served as an infantryman with the 84th before being reassigned to the Division Band.
Story of Albert Gentile, Combat Medic for B Company, 333rd Infantry.
Malcolm Forbes website that lists him as a member of the 334th Regiment, 84th Infantry Division and receiving the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
Army Reserve Page listing Henry Kissinger's service with the Company G, 335th Infantry Regiment, 84th Infantry Division.
Henry Kissinger's speech at West Point recounting his experiences in the 84th Division in WWII.
Web page for the book Captain, et al. written by a K Company, 335th Infantry Regiment, 84th Infantry Division et Alan  Wilford Howerton.
The Iron Mentor of the Pentagon, the Story of Dr. Fritz Kraemer, protege of Kissinger and analyst with the DOD, 84th ID Vet.
Interview with Roy Brown, Forward Observor with the 84th Infantry Division in WWII.
 

 
 
 
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