141st Infantry Regiment

36th Infantry Division
Five Years - Five Countries - Five Campaigns

TO THE

FIGHTING INFANTRYMAN

Five Years, Five Countries, Five Campaigns
. . . with the 141st Infantry Regiment

First Published in Munich, Germany, 1945,
by the 141st Infantry Regiment Association

Edited by CLIFFORD H. PEEK, JR
Layout by ALFRED H. ELLIS
Map Work by GEORGE D. HARNEY
Illustrations by JOHN E. PRETSCH

CONTENTS:

1. Ploughshares to Swords
2. Bloody Salerno
3. The Assault on San Pietro
4. Disaster at the River Rapido
5. The Fight for Monte Cassino Abbey
6. Velletri and the Fall of Rome
7. Amphibious Assault on the Riveria
8. Montelimar and the pursuit North
9. Forging the Vosges
10. Riquewihr and the Colmar Pocket
11. Christmas Interlude
12. Winter in Northern Alsace
13. Haguenau-Siegfried Offensive
14. The Last Ten Days of the War
15. Postscript
16. Location of ETO Command Posts

MAPS:

Paestum Landing
Italy - Scene One
Cassino - San Pietro Area
Battle of Velletri
D Day - Southern France
MontÚlimar: August 24-30 1944
Moselle River Crossing
Moselle - Meurthe Area
Lost Battalion
Meurthe to the Alsace Plain
German Attack on Riquewihr
Defense at Montbronn
Haguenau Area

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