History Of The Ninety-Fourth Infantry Division In World War Ii
Publish Date: 1982-08-01
Author: Laurence Byrnes
This is not a Print-on-Demand or facsimile book. It is a hardcover book published by The Battery Press, PO Box 3107, Uptown Station, Nashville, TN 37219 in 1982. It is the Twenty-Second in the Divisional series. The First Edition has a 1948 copyright with the 94th Infantry Division Association Inc. It is filled with black and white photographs, illustrations and maps. There is an extensive appendix, listing posts, decorated soldiers, etc. The 94th Infantry Division was activated in 1942 during World War II, although it participated in World War I and had soldiers serve during the inter-war period. The Division went overseas to Europe in 1944 and aided in numerous campaigns: Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace, and Central Europe. The Division returned to the States in 1946 and was inactivated the same year. While a part of General Patton's Third United States Army, the 94th Infantry Division earned the nickname, Patton's Golden Nugget .