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Rich Heller-1943 wearing "My Dad is in the Army at Camp Croft" T-Shirt
Illinois

It is with pride that the men of the 3rd Infantry Division point to their record of combat, of campaigns, of landings, and of victories. The route from Casablanca to Berchtesgaden is strewn with the wreckage of the shattered Wehrmacht. Never did the 3rd Infantry Division falter, or fall back in its thirty months of combat. All of this is indeed glorious, and in Army language can be said to be, "...in keeping with the highest traditions of the service."

Websites:
Society of the 3rd Infantry Division, U.S. Army
http://www.warfoto.com/3rdiv.htm

World War II Memoirs-3rd Infantry Division
http://www.warfoto.com

rheller@warfoto.com

Graphics by Edward Heller
http://www.edheller.com


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It is with pride that the men of the 3rd Infantry Division point to their record of combat, of campaigns, of landings, and of victories. The route from Casablanca to Berchtesgaden is strewn with the wreckage of the shattered Wehrmacht. Never did the 3rd Infantry Division falter, or fall back in its thirty months of combat. All of this is indeed glorious, and in Army language can be said to be, "...in keeping with the highest traditions of the service."

Website:
World War II Memoirs-3rd Infantry Division http://www.warfoto.com
Logos Rebuilt by Edward Heller
These are items for our friends in the 6th/41st


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