One of the most historically useful decisions made during World War II was to create Information and Historical (I & H) units to conduct combat interviews of survivors shortly after actual events. The 110 or so combat interviews of the 7th Armored Division are held at the National Archives in Record Group 407 (Adjutant General). This book contains the three interviews of men of Division Artillery and the 434th and 489th Armored Field Artillery Battalions (in support of 31st Tank & 48th Armored Infantry Battalions) after their December 1944 combat in the
Battle of the Bulge.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.07(d)|
About the Author
experiences expanded to include all of 7th Armored Division. He is now the Historian for the 7th Armored Division Association and Founding President of the American WWII Association Historians Consortium. He holds Master's degrees in History and Mathematics.