Company D, 113th Infantry Regiment

Discussion in 'WWII' started by Sarge, Oct 24, 2021.

  1. Sarge

    Sarge One of the Regulars

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    My grand uncle’s WW2 unit photograph. The photograph is of Company D, 113th Infantry Regiment, 44th Division, Fort Dix N.J. 1941. It is (almost) fully signed by the soldiers of D Company on the back.

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    Peacoat and seres like this.
  2. Peacoat

    Peacoat Bartender Bartender

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    I love these old wartime photos. Or I guess this would be pre war photo—but just barely.
     
  3. EngProf

    EngProf Practically Family

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    Did anyone else notice "Corp. Stinky Finkle"?
    I have my dad's version of that photo *somewhere*. However, it unfortunately doesn't have all the names on the back.
    It was taken at Camp Campbell in mid-1943 and its sort-of "claim to fame" is that somewhere in the bunch is Charles Schultz - creator of "Peanuts".
    I really need to locate it.
    Not well known is that in addition to being the home of the 101st Airborne, during WWII Camp Campbell was a training base for armored divisions. My dad was in the armored infantry.
     

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