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    US WWII 26th Infantry Division

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  1. Bumping this thread back up to the top again! As it seems that mdennis3 decided to now sell some Army Airforce groups on eBay...
  2. Woah! Every year I take a look at it, I'm impressed! How many vendors are there usually? And what's the size of it? Looks like it's a big convention hall!
  3. Great Heart especially if it did belong to a 26th Division vet!
  4. Dave, It already looks amazing! Can't wait to get a copy in hand! Will forum members be giving signed copies? Definitely worth the price! Hope it all turns out great!
  5. S1991


    He sure has! And I've seen it in person, all I can say is, definitely worth a look! Hope he'll be able to post some photographs for you all to enjoy it!
  6. Welcome to the forum! I think you'll like it here. There is so much to learn here and lots of great guys who are happy to help. And yes, that website was indeed created by a member here on the forum, me! Still haven't updated it unfortunately. As I'm looking for ways to make a better website with a database with information on the 26th Division KIA's. Also my job doesn't let me have much spare time to work on it. Feel free to ask any questions if you ever have any on the 26th.
  7. Hi all, I'm looking to expand my reference book collection on the WWII subject. I already have several like Grunt Gear, GI Collector's Guide etc. My main interesr is US Army in the ETO. But also have a few books on USMC and Army Nurse Corps. Out of interest I was looking at the books "Heroes in our Midst" by a old forum member Jack Agnolia. Yet I never seen a decent report on his books if these would be worth the money to buy? I.e. decent photographs and information on patterns and all. Looking forward to some options! Feel free to post anything.
  8. Man that 26th patch is a killer! Have a few of them and they are rare indeed! Love those German made patches.
  9. Looks great Jerry! Looking forward to stop by on my next trip in the US.
  10. Great collection! Love how you managed to get a face and the story behind the so many named uniforms!
  11. As it isn't present anymore it could always be considered as being a replacement jacket. It doesn't necessarily have to be the 101st. But I catch your drift. Nice jacket can't wait to see the finnished product!
  12. It could work for Market Garden, however it would be unit specific. I believe men of the 82nd Airborne Division, 504th PIR used the M42 jacket.
  13. Great set up! One minor tip, it is a Sergeant, not a Corporal. A Corporal would have two chevrons and a Sergeant three like yours has. I'm still looking for a good pair of rough outs or service shoes and they are a pain to locate!
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