World War II:  Miscellaneous Photos of the 14th Infantry in World War II

  

Photos of the 14th Infantry Regiment
during its service with the 71st Infantry Division in World War II.

These photos can be found in "The History of the 71st Infantry Division" (1946).
United States Army; Clinger, Fred; Johnston, Arthur; and Masel, Vincent, "The history of the 71st Infantry Division" (1946).
World War Regimental Histories. Book 189.      http://digicom.bpl.lib.me.us/ww_reg_his/189
 

Col Carl E. Lundquist
14th Regiment
Commander
Lt. Col. Philip D. Brant
1st Battalion Commander
Maj. Thomas W. Alvey
2nd Battalion Commander
Maj. Robert C. Cameron
3rd Battalion Commander

 

14th Inf machine gun crew trains at Fort Benning, 1944 14th Inf anti-tank gun crew trains at Fort Benning, 1944

 

"I" Company troops in Bitche, France, 1945
"A" Company troops cross Isar River, Germany, 1945
Lt. George Grace after a fall into the Danube River, 1945
"HQ" Company troops cross Isar River, Germany, 1945




Acknowledgements:
World War II:  Miscellaneous Photos of the 14th in World War II
Photos Copyright 2015  "The History of the 71st Infantry Division" (1946), Clinger, Fred; Johnston, Arthur, and Masel, Vincent
Copyright 2015  14th Infantry Regiment Association
Last modified: February 11, 2015