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If you have information on a member of the 106th Division or are looking for more info yourself, please leave a message and
don't forget to include your email address so I can contact you directly. You're also welcome to send me a personal message by e-mail at [email protected]

Note: The guestbook signatures from the period 2008-2016 have been individually transferred to the new guestbook.


Thank you and I hope you enjoy the website.


Best regards,

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


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440 Comments

Reply Jeff Garn
10:46 AM on December 1, 2017 
My dad was S/Sgt. Charles S. Garn in Co. H of the 424th Regiment, and I think the 2nd battalion.
Thank you to the 106th for fighting with honor and valor for freedom & liberty so my generation could live an abundant life.
Reply Jeff Foster
1:30 AM on November 23, 2017 
My uncle Donald G. Foster is list on your honor roll. He was killed January 19, 1945 and is burried at Henri Chapelle. Thanks for putting this together.
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Reply Jon Hochstetter
2:39 PM on September 2, 2017 
Looking to find which regiment my father, Hubert Henry Hochstetter, was assigned to during '44'-'45.
At one time he was a member of the 106th ID organization and attended a reunion (held in South Carolina or Georgia) in the early 1990's. I received a Golden Lions book,& pewter letter opener as part of his legacy. Dad passed away in August 1997.

Stories from my father said he joined the Golden Lions sometime in late '44 and went on the line as a replacement in late December '44. He was injured placing a booby trap in January '45, spending the remainder of the war in hospital & rehab. After rehab, he was assigned to POW guard duty. During this time, he befriended a German POW who painted a portrait of my sister from a photograph. The POW's pay? Cigarettes! My Dad was not a smoker,so cigarettes were the exchange medium.
Reply Daniel Listort
8:11 PM on June 19, 2017 
Absolutely love the website, my grandfather was 106th 424th, Edward Vedder. Never got to hear the stories but was able to see his photos. I really appreciate what it is your doing here. Visiting the monument in July this year cannot wait. Thank you again
Reply Robert R Rowe
8:14 PM on March 3, 2017 
My Father was in the 106 INF div/ during WW2 and went to Korea, ending his 21 years in the Quarter Masters corp, after 21 years of service with a rank of SFC E7 .
Reply Calvin Fuller
3:53 PM on January 23, 2017 
my father was in the battle one of the Golden Lions he was a metic Ralph H. Fuller
Reply edward j pecham ll
11:40 PM on December 27, 2016 
hello my father was with the 423company, he was member of a recon unit was shot left wrist have purple heart any other info would be nice thank you
Reply Joseph Muraida Jr.
2:59 PM on December 25, 2016 
My Dad was in the 106th Division, 589th Field Artillery Battalion there. He never talked too much about it. I found out most of it when I got his papers together to have buried in The National Cemetery here in Phoenix.