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The 31st Infantry Regiment Association is
seeking former members.
The 31st Infantry Regiment Association is seeking former
members to join their Association. Soldiers of the 3d Battle
Group, 31st Infantry, later the 3d Batttalion, 31st Infantry were
a part of the California's 63rd Infantry Division in the late 1950s
and 1960s. You can contact the Association at the following
e-mail addresses: Karl Lowe at KLowe@ida.org or Stan
Livingstone at email@example.com. The website for the 31st
Infantry is www.31stinfantry.org
"The Nuremburg Interviews"- a book written
by Lt Col Leon N. Goldensohn, formerly of
Headquarters 63rd Infantry Division.
"The Nuremburg Interviews" has recently been published by
Alfred A. Knopf. The book written by Lt Col Leon N.
Goldensohn who served as a psychiatrist and neurologist for
the 63rd Infantry Division during WWII, reveals a series of
interviews conducted by him while he was serving as the Army
psychiatrist at the Nuremburg Trials from January through July
1946. If interested in purchasing this book please contact Don
Goldensohn at the following e-mail address:
"Building the Bridges to Victory"- the story
of the 286th Engineer Combat Battalion.
Based on interviews and research, Tom Mueller has published
a booklet about the 286th Engineer Combat Battalion. It
covers the battalion's service in World War II in France,
Germany and Austria including a period of time that it was
attached to the 63rd Infantry Division. The booklet,
approximately 85 pages in length can be purchased from Tom
Mueller for $26 including shipping and handling. To
purchase this booklet contact Tom Mueller at 320 W.
Oakwood Road, Oak Creek, Wisconsin 53154, Telephone
Number 1-414-380-2732 or by e-mail at
French student looking for American
Soldiers who might have had contact with
"White Russians" who were conscripted
into the German Army.
Brieuc Cudennec, a 23 year old French student in History is
studying soldiers who were called "White Russians" during
WWII. These soldiers were Russian prisoners of war who
were recruited by the Wehrmacht and became German
soldiers who fought mainly in France. If you are familiar with
this type of soldier or had contact with any of them during
WWII and would like to share your experiences you can
contact Brieuc at the following e-mail address.