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Best regards,

Carl Wouters
106th Inf. Div. Assoc. Belgium Liaison

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Reply Jay Gregory
4:53 PM on April 25, 2018 
This history is very nice, not too long and not too short. My father was in the 424th and talked about St Vith. He suffer frozen feet after 10 days of fighting and spent the reminder of the war in a hospital (tents on a British estate) then he spent a year in occupied Germany. He later became the president of the 106th Association (around 1990) Thank you for the article
Reply Robert Maxwell
6:23 PM on April 7, 2018 
My Father, William M. Maxwell , PFC , Ser # 39332323 was with the 422nd Inf Reg and captured in the Battle of the Bulge. I don't know what Company he was in and only know information about him that I've found online. He did die in Los Angeles Ca in an arson fire in 1979 and is buried in the Riverside National Cemetery.
Reply Frank Schaddelee
3:50 PM on March 16, 2018 
Fantastic website! My dad, Leon A. Schaddelee, was a PFC medic with the 331st Medical Battalion, 424th Infantry Regiment, and was on the front line when the Germans attacked on 16 Dec. Later, he served in Sinzig working with the German POWs. Sadly, he passed away 21 years ago (aged 78). When he passed away, my mom gave me most of his WWII "paraphernalia." In 1973, he and I visited the Bastogne area, but he didn't recognize much. Twenty years later, when stationed at Bitburg, Germany with the USAF, I made several visits there myself. I will always be proud of my dad and the 106th for the sacrifices they made.
Thanks much,
Frank Schaddelee, Lt Col, USAF (Ret.)
Reply TimothyHic
12:54 PM on March 4, 2018 
very good put up, i certainly love this website, keep on it
Reply Jennifer Bell
9:16 PM on February 25, 2018 
My father was a member of the Golden Lions. He was captured on December 19th, 1944. He was first in Stalag 8A and then was transferred to 4B. He told me some remarkable stories.
Reply Jeffrey Arrington
1:50 PM on February 2, 2018 
My father, William A Arrington, Jr was a member of the 81st combat engineers in the 106th division. He was from Sykesville, Maryland. He was captured and sent to Bad Orb and then Zeigenhain (I don't know if I spelled this correctly). He lived until 1984 when unfortunately he passed away at the age of 59. He was a great man.
Reply Karen Green
7:37 PM on January 2, 2018 
My dad, Franklin Benard Green was in the 106th, serving in WWII. My Mom is still alive and had been thinking about those who served with my dad. He was a guard at the German POW camp at the end of the war. My mom, Lydia Green, is trying to find any of his friends.
Reply David Moreau
6:32 PM on December 27, 2017 
David Moreau says...
My grandfather, Pfc Gerard E. Moreau
fought in rhe Battle of the Bulge. Captured in early fighting and was taken to Stalag IVb

I keep looking for additional information on his service as i am his grandson.
Thank you, v/r. David Moreau
Reply David Moreau
6:28 PM on December 27, 2017 
My grandfather, Pfc Gerard E. Moreau
fought in rhe Battle of the Bulge. Captured in early fighting and was taken to Stalag IVb

I keep looking for additoonal information on his service as i am his grandson.
Than you, v/r. David Moreau
Reply Robert Maxwell
8:39 PM on December 19, 2017 
My Dad, PFC William M Maxwell Ser # 39332323 served with the 106th Inf Div, 422nd Inf. He was captured 16 Dec 1944 and was interned in Stalag IX Bad Orb one of the worst German POW camps. He repatriated on 2 April 1945. I only know this much about my dads service by searching the net since my mother and he divorced when I was 5 yrs old.