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Author: Cecil G. Davis
AT-347, I-347
1st Day in Combat
He Was Only 18
The Bulge, The Siegfried Line and The Rivers
The Dash Across Germany
The Last Days of the War
Battlefield Vignettes: Little Things I Remember From Our Sojourn in Europe
History of the Antitank Companies
of the 87th Division in Europe
AWOL in Paris
 
 
Author: George E. Ferris
HQ1-347
May This Keep You Safe From Harm
 
 
Author: Jules Korn
F-347
Remembering Delmer Johnson
 
 
Author: Glenn Maddy
L-347
We Are the Fortunate Ones
 
 
Author: John E. McAuliffe
M-347
"Oh Danny Boy", Italian Style
 
 
Author: John T. Moran
K-347
Northern France
 
 
Author: Paul Nessman
F-347
Remembering William Schmidt
 
 
Author: George Phillips
G-347
Everyday Is a Bonus
 
 
Author: Tom Stafford
L-347
The Mass Surrender of German Troops to the 347th Infantry Regiment on May 6, 1945.
 
 
Author: Bill Statt
E-347
All Combat Deaths are Tragic. The Deaths of Twins, Woeful.
 
 
Author: Dick Werner
E-347
Call Me Burt

 

 
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