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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
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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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458 Comments

Reply Patty Shepherd
12:37 AM on May 12, 2019 
My Uncle Ed G Bundy was in the 422 Inf 106 Div. He was captured at the Battle of the Bulge and died as a POW . He was in Stalag 4b. He is buried in the Normandy-American Cemetery in France.
Reply Rev Blake Carpenter
3:55 PM on March 8, 2019 
As a Hospice Chaplain, I recently encountered a 95 year old Infantryman of the 106th Inf. Div. Initially I saw a shadow box with a Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star Medal with V device and 2 subsequent award devices plus the appropriate campaign awards for the European Theater of Operations.(closer inspection revealed his name on each award). When I inquired about his unit, he proudly stated the 106th. All he would tell me at first that they were in the "Battle of the Bulge", later he described the horrors that this brand new unit on the front lines faced, simply as "Those Germans hurt us and hurt us bad." My research educated me of their combat history. My heart, and sympathies go out to the survivors of this Division. Thank you for your service and sacrifices.
Reply David Harer
7:21 PM on February 17, 2019 
Enjoying the website. I spent 4 years up at the Prum station. Many an hour spent serching the battle ground. Found and turned in lots of ordinance and brought back souvenirs.
Reply John Lojko
1:49 PM on February 6, 2019 
My Dad, 2d Lt John B Lojko, trained with the 106th in Columbia, SC, in Battery B, 589th FA Battalion. He knew Eric Wood while in training, but never made it overseas. He visited the unit cemetery with my mother and pointed out the grave of the officer who replace him in the unit. Do not remember his name, but I assume like my father he was engaged in forward observation. He had mixed emotions about not being with the unit; however, had he been there I am convinced he'd be buried there as well. Ironically, my son was enrolled at Valley Forge MA and inducted in the EFW honor society
Reply William Moreland
5:05 PM on February 5, 2019 
Excellent collection of relevant information. My father fought with the 106th at St.Vith. I'll be visiting the area in September, 2019.
Reply Lisa Haney Miller
11:26 PM on November 12, 2018 
i am related to Joseph Haney of the 423rd Infantry Regiment. He was my grandfathers cousin. I can tell you how he was killed and what cemetery he was buried in France.
Reply Greg Michael
8:02 PM on October 18, 2018 
My grandfather, Everett Michael was in the 106th and taken prisoner 16 Dec 1944 . Thank you for this site and all the work that has gone into it.
Reply Suzette Riddle
4:11 PM on October 5, 2018 
My father William Riddle was with the 589th Field Artillery, Service Battery. He was wounded along with his Captain James Cagle and taken prisoner. My father went to Muhlberg IV Stalag and Capt. Cagle was sent to a different POW camp. After the war they stayed friends for many years. I have pictures of my father and Capt. Cagle in their uniforms and would love to share them. After my father was liberated he was sent to a hospital in Miami, FL. until he was well enough to return to duty. Like so many soldiers my father rarely talked about the war until late in life. The stories were fascinating. Thank you for this site.
Reply Dennis Ober
11:18 PM on September 22, 2018 
Mr. Wouters, I came across this site by accident. My father was 106 th (424). I look forward to contacting you about finding more information on these great men
Reply Larry Mahar
4:24 PM on July 9, 2018 
I have a picture of my uncle, Melvin Eugene Mahar, that shows the 106th patch on his right shoulder. I'm looking for anything related to him. He re-joined the Army later and was killed in action in Korea.