28th INFANTRY DIVISION -OUT OF PRINT-. The 'Bloody Bucket' suffered 2,683 Killed & 9,609 WIA in 10 months in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, West Wall / Siegried Line, Ardennes & the Rhineland.
28th Infantry Division in WWII Official History. National Guard of Pennsylvania. First printed in 1946, this outstanding book deals with the unit from activation in Jan '41 to the drive across France and Belgium in 1944 to the battles of the Siegfried line and the final defeat of Germany. Of particular interest is information on the Meuse River Attack, the Huertgen Forest, and the liberation of Colmar, France. 2,316 KIA; 9,609 WIA; 367 Died of Wounds. Extra large 9"x12" volume. 287 original photos and 8 battle maps.