My library of publications are listed on two pages. This page encompasses books on the 34th Infantry Division and its regiments. Page 2 is a listing of publications concerning the Italian Campaign, World War II & militaria in general.

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133rd Regiment
34th Infantry Division

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History 133rd Infantry
A chronological record of the events the 133rd Infantry Regiment was a part of from 10 February 1941 through 16 April 1945.

Colonel Walden S. Lewis

Printed in Gorizia, Italy
29 September, 1945
Softcover, 13 pages

click here to read

orignal, J. Brown collection, er

 

 
 

History of the 133rd Infantry
History of the regiment from it's origins through surrender World War II.

Edited by Regimental Information & Education Office
Published by Special Services Off.

4 pages, 2.9MB pdf

Click here to read

orignal, J. Brown collection, er

 

 

The Breakthrough Battalion:
Battles of Company C of the 133rd Infantry Regiment, Tunisia and Italy, 1943-1945

by Col. Richard F. Wilkinson

34th Division, 133rd Regiment, Company C

Publishers
hardback, 119 pgs.
©XXXX

 

 
 

The Other Side of War

by Herbert M. Youndahl

34th Infantry, 133rd Regiment

Robert D. Reed Publishers
paperback, 92 pgs.
©2000

 

 
 

500 Days of Front Line Combat:
The WWII Memoir of Ralph B. Schaps

The experiences of Schaps as a member of the 34th Infantry, 135th Regiment, 2nd Battalion, Company H, 1939-1945.

iUniverse, Inc
paperback, 137 pgs.
©2003

 

 
 

Brickbats from F Company

by Sergeant Milo L. Green
edited by Captain Paul S. Gauthier
(signed by Gauthier)

hardback, 407 pgs.
Gauthier Publishing Co., Iowa
©1982, third printing 1983


 
 

As you were: Cannon Company, 34th Infantry Division, 168th Infantry Regiment, World War II

by Howard D. Ashcraft
Signed by Howard D. Ashcraft to Leslie Donovan


McClain Printing Company, Parsons, West Virginia
ISBN 0-9626936-0-X
Copyright 1990
182 pages

 

 
 

History of the Famous 34th Infantry Division

by John H. Hougen

Nashville: Battery Press
Hardcover, 196 pages
©1979

Also available here

 

 
 


Dogfaces Who Smiled Through Tears

by Homer T. Ankrum
Signed from Ankrum to Clark Mollenhoff

click here for the index of names

Graphic Publishing Company
Hardcover, 666 pages
©1987

 

The Red Bulletin
The official wartime publication of the 34th Infantry Division in World War II
       
  Volume 1, No. 1 - March 17, 1945 online file NEW
  Volume 1, No. 2
 
  Volume 1, No. 3 - March 31, 1945
 
  Volume 1, No. 4
 
  Volume 1, No. 5 - April 14, 1945 online file NEW
  Volume 1, No. 6 - April 21, 1945 online file NEW
  Volume 1, No. 7 - April 28, 1945 online file NEW
  Volume 1, No. 8 - May 12. 1945 online file NEW
  Volume 1, No. 9 - May 19, 1945 online file NEW
  Volume 1, No. 10 - May 26, 1945 online file NEW
  Volume 1, No. 11 - June 2, 1945 online file NEW
  Volume 1, No. 12 - June 9, 1945 online file NEW
 
Volume 1, No. 13 - June 16, 1945
online file NEW
   
Volume 1, No. 14 - June 23, 1945
online file NEW
 
Volume 1, No. 15 - June 30, 1945
online file NEW
 
Volume 1, No. 16 - July 7, 1945
 
 
Volume 1, No. 17
 
 
Volume 1, No. 18 - July 21, 1945
 
 
Volume 1, No. 19
 
 
Volume 1, No. 20 - August 4, 1945
 
 
Volume 1, No. 21
 
 
Volume 1, No. 22 - August 18, 1945
 
 
Volume 1, No. 23
 
 
Volume 1, No. 24
 
 
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34th

 

The 34th Infantry Division

Published by Information & Education Section, MTOUSA
Compiled by members of the 34th Infantry Division

Book I - Louisiana to Pisa, Soft, 90pgs
orignal, J. Brown collection, er

Book II - Pisa to Final Victory
Softcover, 95 pgs
orignal, J. Brown collection, acq

These publications can be read on the 34th Infantry Division Association's website.

 

 
 

34th Division Association Rosters

Yearly listings of the 34th Infantry Division Association's members.

  • 1955 - 124 pages, alphabetically listing almost 4,000 names with addresses and regiment afiliation.
  • 1987 - 40 pages, alphabetically listing almost 2.500 names with addresses.
  • 1989 - 42 pages, almost 400 names with addresses and regiment afiliation, listed alphabetically and by regiment.
  • 1990's (unknown, guessing) - 24 pages, alphabetically listing almost 250 names with addresses. Also Alphabetical listing of attendees at the reunion with regiment affiliation.
  • 1998 - 32 pages, over 400 names with addresses and regiment afiliation, listed alphabetically and by regiment. NOW ONLINE click here
  • 2004 - 25 pages completely dedicated to Lt. Col. Homer R. Ankrum.
 

 
 

Blood on the Olives

Italian Pilgrimage
Sketches of Life with the 34th Red Bull Division

by S. B. Baskin

Booklet, 40 pages
2.1MB pdf pdf file

orignal, J. Brown collection, acq

 

 
 

And There Shall Be Wars
World War II Diaries and Memoirs

by Bud Wagner

Written from the personal diaries of Wagner who, as a member of the 151st Field Artillery Battalion, fought from the beginning of the Africa campaign through the surrender of the Germans in Italy.

Wilmer Wagner and Lloyd Wagner Press
Paperback, 536 pages
©2000

 

 
 

US Infantryman in World War II (#2)
Mediterranean Theater of Operations 1942-1945

by Robert S. Rush

This title follows one soldier from enlistment in 1942, through training in a Replacement Training Center, assignment to the 1st Battalion 133d Regiment, 34th Infantry Division, and into combat from Fondouk Pass through the Po Valley. A key focus is on the Heavy Weapons Company.

Osprey Publishing
Paperback, 64 pages
©2002

 

 
 

The Red Bull Attacks Movie
The 34th Infantry Division

A period documentary on the origins and experiences of the 34th Infantry Division during World War II.

Click here to see the movie

 

 
 

Finito!
Po Valley Campaign

Headquarters, 15th Army Group - Italy
Rizzoli E C. - Milano, 1945

Softcover, 66 pages and map

orignal, J. Brown collection, er

 

 
 

19 Days from the Apennines to the Alps
The Story of the Po Valley Campaign

Pizzi & Pizio Milan, Italy
Softcover, 90 pages
©1945

The publication can be read here:

Navigation from the homepage is difficult (lower right hand side)

 

 

Mission Accomplished
Africa - Sicily - Italy

Booklet, 22 pages
2.6MB pdf pdf file

orignal, J. Brown collection, acq

 

 
Yank Magazine
  Mediterranean Edition   European Edition
       
  May 11, 1945 - Vol 2., No 11   Oct 13, 1944 - Vol 1., No 28
       
  May 25, 1945 - Vol 2., No 13   Dec 22, 1944 - Vol 1., No 38
       
  Aug 17, 1945 - Vol. 2, No 25    
       
orignal, J. Brown collection, er
 

Stars and Stripes - Mediterranean Edition
Vol. I, No. 86 - Tues, Sept 26, 1944    
    Vol. 2, No. 139 - Fri, April 20, 1945
Vol. I, No. 21 - Tues, April 17, 1945   Vol. 2, No. 140 - Sat, April 21, 1945
    Vol. I, No. 22 - Sunday, April 22, 1945
Vol. 2, No. 129 - Mon, April 9, 1945   Vol. 2, No. 141 - Mon, April 23, 1945
Vol. 2, No. 130 - Tues, April 10, 1945    
Vol. 2, No. 131 - Wed, April 11, 1945   Vol. 2, No. 143 - Wed, April 25, 1945
    Vol. 2, No. 144 - Thur, April 26, 1945
Vol. 1, No. 21 - Sun, April 15, 1945   Vol. 2, No. 145 - Fri, April 27, 1945
     
Vol. 2, No. 136 - Tues, April 17, 1945   Vol. 1, No. 24 - Sun, April 29, 1945
     
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Short-Comings in Training
The most common short-comings in training of battalion and regimental S-2 personnel

by Private Frank B. Sargent

leaflet, 20 pgs.
©1943

 

Center for Military History Campaign Brochures
 
 

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Rome/Arno

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