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Best regards,

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

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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.
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.