1st Infantry Division – Order of Battle – 1944-1945

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The 1st Division also nicknamed the Fighting First or The Big Red One, is the oldest division in the US Army and has seen continuous service since its organization in 1917. The division started preparing for World War II by moving to Fort Benning, Georgia, on November 19 1939 and ran its personnel through the Infantry School. It then moved to Sabine Parish, Louisiana area on May 11 1940 to participate in the Louisiana Maneuvers. Moved to Fort Hamilton on Jun 5 1940 then to Fort Devens, Massachusetts, on Feb 4 1941. The Division was sent to both Carolina Maneuvres of October and November 1941, moved to Samarcand, North Carolina on Oct 16 1941 and, on Dec 6 1941, moved again to Fort Devens. It was then transfered to Camp Blanding, Florida on February 21 1942 where it was re-designated 1st Infantry Division on May 15 1942 and moved back to Fort Benning on May 22 1942, to Indian Town Gap Mil Reservation on Jun 21 1942 and, finally, departed the New York Port of Embarkation on August 1 1942. The division arrived in England on August 7 1942 and assaulted in North Africa on November 2 1942 (Operation Torch).

1st Infantry Division – Casualties
Killed in Action : 3.616 – Wounded in Action : 15.208 – Died of Wounds : 664



1st Infantry Division – Commanding Officers :

– Maj Gen Donald Cubbison : Jun 1942
– Maj Gen Terry de la Mesa Allen : Jun 1942
– Maj Gen Clarence R. Huebner : Nov 1943
– Brig Gen Willard G. Wyman : Dec 1943
– Maj Gen Clarence R. Huebner : Dec 1944
– Maj Gen Clift Andrus : Dec 1944 – VE Day

1st Infantry Division – Assistant Division Commander

Brig Gen Willard G. Wyman : Nov 1943
Brig Gen George A. Taylor : Oct 1944

1st infantry Division – Artillery Commander

Brig Gen Clift Andrus : Nov 1943
Col William E. Waters : Dec 1944
Brig Gen William E. Waters Mar 1945

1st Infantry Division – Chief of Staff – G-1

Col Stanhope B. Mason : Nov 1943
Lt Col Clarence E. Beck : Dec 1944
Col Verdi B. Barnes : Jan 1945

1st infantry Division – Assistant Chief of Staff

Lt Col Charles S. Ware : Nov 1943

Assistant Chief of Staff G-2

Maj Robert F. Evans : Nov 1943
Lt Col Verdi B. Barnes : Nov 1943
Maj Robert F. Evans : Nov 1943
Lt Col Robert F. Evans : Apr 1944
Maj John H. Lauten : Apr 1945

Assistant Chief of Staff G-3

Lt Col Frederick W. Gibb : Nov 1943
Lt Col Clarence E. Beck : Jul 1944
Maj Kenneth B. Lord : Dec 1944
Lt Col Clarence E. Beck : Jan 1945

Assistant Chief of Staff G-4

Lt Col Verdi B. Barnes : Nov 1943
Lt Col Clarence M. Eymer : Nov 1943
Lt Col Donald M. Curtis : Dec 1944

Assistant Chief of Staff G-5

Lt Col John M. Rogers, Jr. : Nov 1943
Maj Thomas F. Lancer : Aug 1944
Lt Col Thomas F. Lancer : Nov 1944

Adjutant General

Lt Col Leonidas Gavalas : Nov 1943
Maj Leander A. Dailey : Feb 1945

CO – 16th Infantry Regiment

Col George A. Taylor : Nov 1943
Col Frederick W. Gibb : Jul 1944

CO – 18th Infantry Regiment

Col George Smith, Jr. : Nov 1943
Col John Williamson : Feb 1945

CO – 26th Infantry Regiment

Col John W. Bowen : Nov 1943
Col John F. R. Seitz : Nov 1943
Col Francis J. Murdoch, Jr. : Apr 1945

1st Infantry Division – Campaigns

Normandy
Northern France
Ardennes
Rhineland
Central Europe

1st Infantry Division – Awards

Medal of Honor : 0
Distinguished Service Cross : 131
Legion of Merit : 16
Silver Star : 4,258
Soldiers Medal : 100
Bronze Star : 12,568
Air Medal : 65
Prisoners of War Taken : 188,382

1st Infantry Division – Order of Battle 1944-1945

– Hqs Company
– Military Police Platoon
– 1st Cav Recon Squadron
– 1st CIC Corps Detachment
– 1st Engineer Combat Battalion
– 1st Medical Battalion
– 1st Quartermaster Company
– 1st Signal Corps Company
– 5th Field Artillery Battalion (155-MM)
– 7th Field Artillery Battalion (105-MM)
– 16th Infantry Regiment
– 18th Infantry Regiment
– 26th Infantry Regiment
– 32nd Field Artillery Battalion (105-MM)
– 33rd Field Artillery Battalion (105-MM)
– 701st OD Light Maint Company
– Band

Attachments

Antiaircraft Artillery
Btry B, 103d AAA AW Bn (Mbl) – 12-15 Jun 44
Btry D, 461st AAA AW Bn (SP) – 15-28 Jun 44
103d AAA AW Bn (Mbl) – 16 Jun 44-7 Feb 45
Btrys B & D, 461st AAA AW Bn (Mbl) – 26-28 Jun 44
639th AAA AW Bn (Mbl) – 18-31 Dec 44
Btry A, 460th AAA AW Bn (Mbl) – 1 Jan 45
103d AAA AW Bn (Mbl) – 24 Feb-8 May 45

Armored
745th Tk Bn – 6 Jun 44-8 May 45
747th Tk Bn – 7-13 Jun 44
741st Tk Bn – 7-15 Jun 44
743d Tk Bn – 11-13 Jun 44
3rd Armd Gp (- 747th Tk Bn) – 11-15 Jun 44
CCB (3rd Armd Div) – 6-30 Jul 44
33rd Armd Regt (3rd Armd Div) – 6-30 Jul 44
36th Armd Inf (- 3rd Bn) (3rd Armd Div) – 6-30 Jul 44
391st Armd FA Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 6-30 Jul 44
83rd Armd Rcn Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 6-30 Jul 44
Cos B & D, 23rd Armd Engr Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 6-30 Jul 44
87th Armd FA Bn – 6-30 Jul 44
Cos B & C (- 3rd Plat), 703rd TD Bn (SP) – 6-30 Jul 44
Btrys A & D, 486th AAA AW Bn (SP) – 6-30 Jul 44
Btry B, 413th AAA Gun Bn (Mbl) – 6-30 Jul 44
CCA (3rd Armd Div) – 31 Jul-11 Aug 44
32d Armd Regt (3rd Armd Div) – 31 Jul-11 Aug 44
3rd Bn, 36th Armd Inf (3rd Armd Div) – 31 Jul-11 Aug 44
54th Armd FA Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 31 Jul-11 Aug 44
67th Armd FA Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 31 Jul-11 Aug 44
Cos A & C, 23rd Armd Engr Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 31 Jul-11 Aug 44
58th Armd FA Bn – 31 Jul-11 Aug 44
Co A & 3rd Plat/Co B, 703rd TD Bn (SP) – 31 Jul-11 Aug 44
Btry A, 413th AAA Gun Bn (Mbl) – 31 Jul-11 Aug 44
CCB (3rd Armd Div) – 5-6 Aug 44
33rd Armd Regt (3rd Armd Div) – 5-6 Aug 44
36th Armd Inf (- 3rd Bn) (3rd Armd Div) – 5-6 Aug 44
391st Armd FA Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 5-6 Aug 44
83rd Armd Rcn Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 5-6 Aug 44
Cos B & D, 23rd Armd Engr Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 5-6 Aug 44
87th Armd FA Bn – 5-6 Aug 44
Cos B & C (- 3rd Plat), 703d TD Bn (SP) – 5-6 Aug 44
Btrys A & D, 486th AAA AW Bn (SP) – 5-6 Aug 44
Btry B, 413th AAA Gun Bn (Mbl) – 5-6 Aug 44
CCR (3rd Armd Div) – 8-17 Mar 45
3rd Bn, 32nd Armd Regt (3rd Armd Div) – 8-17 Mar 45
2nd Bn, 33rd Armd Regt (3rd Armd Div) – 8-17 Mar 45
3rd Bn, 36th Armd Inf (3rd Armd Div) – 8-17 Mar 45
Co C, 23rd Armd Engr Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 8-17 Mar 45
3rd Bn, 13th Inf (8th Div) – 8-17 Mar 45
Co C, 703rd TC Bn (SP) – 8-17 Mar 45
CC R (3rd Armd Div) – 20-21 Mar 45
3rd Bn, 32nd Armd Regt (3rd Armd Div) – 20-21 Mar 45
2nd Bn, 33rd Armd Regt (3rd Armd Div) – 20-21 Mar 45
3rd Bn, 36th Armd Inf (3rd Armd Div) – 20-21 Mar 45
Co C, 23rd Armd Engr Bn (3rd Armd Div) – 20-21 Mar 45
3rd Bn, 13th Inf (8th Div) – 20-21 Mar 45
Co C, 703rd TC Bn (SP) – 20-21 Mar 45
CC A (9th Armd Div) – 4-8 May 45

Cavalry
102nd Cav Rcn Sq – 11-13 Jun 44
38th Cav Rcn Sq – 12 Jun-31 Jul 44
4th Cav Gp – 1-7 Aug 44
24th Cav Rcn Sq – 2-17 Aug 44
4th Cav Gp (- 4th Cav Rcn Sq) – 12-17 Aug 44
4th Cav Rcn Sq – 14-17 Aug 44
4th Cav Gp (- 24th Cav Rcn Sq) – 11-30 Nov 44
32d Cav Rcn Sq – 1-10 Mar 45
4th Cav Gp – 9-17 Apr 45

Chemical
81st Cml Mort Bn (- Cos B & D) – 7-9 Jun 44
81st Cml Mort Bn (- Cos B & D) – 9 Jun 44
Cos B & D, 81st Cml Mort Bn – 1-31 Jul 44
Co A, 87th Cml Bn – 1-31 Aug 44
Cos A & D, 87th Cml Bn – 1-30 Sep 44
Cos A & B, 87th Cml Bn – 1 Oct-17 Dec 44
Co C, 86th Cml Mort Bn – 13-23 Jan 45
Co B, 87th Cml Bn – 24 Jan-7 Feb 45
Co A, 90th Cml Bn – 24 Feb-10 Mar 45
Co B, 90th Cml Bn – 24 Feb-10 Mar 45
Co A, 87th Cml Bn – 30-31 Mar 45
Co A, 86th Cml Mort Bn – 1-12 Apr 45
Cos C & D, 87th Cml Bn – 1-12 Apr 45

Engineer
20th Engr C Bn – 8-11 Jun 44
20th Engr C Bn – 12 Jun 44-
1106th Engr C Gp – 1-31 Oct 44
238th Engr C Bn – 1-31 Oct 44
257th Engr C Bn – 1-31 Oct 44
Co B, 2nd Engr C Bn (2nd Div) – 14-24 Jan 45
299th Engr C Bn – 24 Feb-10 Mar 45
1 plat, 994th Engr Treadway Br Co – 24 Feb-10 Mar 45
1 Light Equip plat, 276th Engr C Bn – 24 Feb-10 Mar 45
72nd Engr Light Pon Co – 24 Feb-10 Mar 45

Field Artillery
186th FA Bn (155 How) – 7-27 Jun 44
62nd Armd FA Bn – 7-31 Jun 44
18th FA Gp – 1-31 Aug 44
188th FA Bn – (155 How) – 1 Aug-30 Sep 44
957th FA Bn (155 How) – 1 Aug-17 Dec 44
26th FA Bn (9th Div) (105 How) – 4-7 Aug 44
985th FA Bn – 1-30 Sep 44
Btry B, 15th FA Obsn Bn – 1-30 Sep 44
Hq & Hq Btry, 18th FA Gp – 1 Sep-2 Oct 44
58th Armd FA Bn – 1-31 Oct 44
84th FA Bn (9th Div) (105 How) – 10 Nov-1 Dec 44
Btry A, 987th FA Bn (155 Gun) – 1-17 Dec 44
60th FA Bn (9th Div) (105 How) – 6-8 Dec 44
955th FA Bn (155 How) – 13 Jan-7 Feb 45
965th FA Bn (155 How) – 8 Feb-10 Mar 45
193d FA Bn (105 How) – 8 Feb-29 Mar 45
Btry A, 987th FA Bn (155 Gun) – 24 Feb-10 Mar 45
188th FA Gp – 11-29 Mar 45
660th FA Bn (8″ How) – 11-29 Mar 45
951st FA Bn (155 How) – 11-29 Mar 45
957th FA Bn (155 How) – 11-29 Mar 45
Btry A, 13th FA Obsn Bn – 11-29 Mar 45
Btry B, 13th FA Obsn Bn – 30-31 Mar 45
951st FA Bn (155 How) – 30-31 Mar 45
980th FA Bn (155 Gun) – 30-31 Mar 45
Hq & Hq Btry, 142d FA Gp – 30 Mar-23 Apr 45
188th FA Bn (155 How) – 13-23 Apr 45
951st FA Bn (155 How) – 13-23 Apr 45
980th FA Bn (155 Gun) – 13-23 Apr 45
Btry B, 13th FA Obsn Bn – 13-23 Apr 45
Hq & Hq Btry, 203d FA Bn (155 How) – 28-30 Apr 45
191st FA Bn (155 How) – 28-30 Apr 45
734th FA Bn (155 Gun) – 28-30 Apr 45
76th FA Bn (105 How) – 28 Apr-8 May 45
955th FA Bn (155 How) – 28 Apr-8 May 45
Btry B, 17th FA Obsn Bn – 28 Apr-8 May 45
186th FA Bn (155 How) – 1-3 May 45
Hq & Hq Btry, 406th FA Gp – 1-8 May 45
200th FA Bn (155 Gun) – 1-8 May 45

Infantry
116th CT (29th Div) – 17 May-7 Jun 44
111th FA Bn (29th Div) (105 How) – 17 May-7 Jun 44
1 det, 29th Rcn Tr (29th Div) – 17 May-7 Jun 44
1 det, 121st Engr C Bn (29th Div) – 17 May-7 Jun 44
115th CT (29th Div) – 2-7 Jun 44
39th Inf (9th Div) – 4-6 Aug 44
1st Bn (- Co A), 110th Inf (28th Div) – 18-22 Oct 44
47th Inf (9th Div) – 10-30 Nov 44
2nd Bn, 36th Armd Inf (3d Armd Div) – 4-7 Dec 44
23rd CT (2nd Div) – 13-23 Jan 45
37th FA Bn (2nd Div) (105 How) – 13-23 Jan 45
395th Inf (99th Div) – 3-5 Feb 45
413th Inf (104th Div) – 21-23 Mar 45

Tank Destroyer
635th TD Bn (T) (- Co A) – 7-11 Jun 44
635th TD Bn (T) (- Co A) – 17-21 Jun 44
635th TD Bn (T) – 1 Jul-30 Sep 44
634th TD Bn (SP) (- Co C) – 1 Aug 44-6 May 45
703d TD Bn (SP) – 18-31 Dec 44
3rd Plat, Co C, 801st TD Bn (SP) – 18-31 Dec 44
Co C, 703rd TD Bn (SP) – 1-12 Jan 45
Co B, 644th TD Bn (SP) – 13-23 Jan 45

Detachments

Infantry
26th CT – 29th Div – 17 May-7 Jun 44
1 det, Hq & Hq Bty, 1st Div Arty – 29th Div – 17 May-7 Jun 44
33rd FA Bn – 29th Div – 17 May-7 Jun 44
Co C, 1st Engr C Bn – 29th Div – 17 May-7 Jun 44
26th CT – 4th Div – 29-30 Jul 44
1st Bn, 26th Inf – 3rd Armd Div – 6-23 Sep 44
16th CT – V Corps – 5-15 Dec 44
5th FA Bn – V Corps – 5-15 Dec 44
7th FA Bn – V Corps – 5-15 Dec 44
Co A, 1st Engr C Bn – V Corps – 5-15 Dec 44
26th Inf – 99th Div – 17-18 Dec 44
16th CT – 8th Div – 6-8 Feb 45
7th FA Bn – 8th Div – 6-8 Feb 45
Co A, 1st Engr C Bn – 8th Div – 6-8 Feb 45
1st Bn, 26th Inf – 4th Cav Gp – 30 Mar-8 Apr 45
Task Force Taylor – VII Corps – 7-8 Apr 45
26th Inf – VII Corps – 7-8 Apr 45
33d FA Bn – VII Corps – 7-8 Apr 45
1 plat, Co C, 1st Engr C Bn – VII Corps – 7-8 Apr 45
1st Bn, 18th Inf – 3rd Armd Div – 11-25 Apr 45

Assigned – Attached
– 1 Nov 43 – First Army
– 6 Nov 43 – VII Corps – First Army
– 2 Feb 44 – V Corps – First Army
– 14 Jul 44 – First Army
– 15 Jul 44 – VII Corps – First Army
– 1 Aug 44 – VII Corps – First Army – 12th Army Group
– 16 Dec 44 – V Corps – First Army – 12th Army Group
– 20 Dec 44 – V Corps – First Army – 12th Army Group – UK 21st Army Group
– 18 Jan 45 – V Corps – First Army – 12th Army Group
– 26 Jan 45 – XVIII Corps Abn – First Army – 12th Army Group
– 12 Feb 45 – III Corps – First Army – 12th Army Group
– 8 Mar 45 – VII Corps – First Army – 12th Army Group
– 27 Apr 45 – VIII Corps – First Army – 12th Army Group
– 30 Apr 45 – V Corps – First Army – 12th Army Group
– 6 May 45 – Third Army – 12th Army Group

1st Infantry Division – Narrative

The 1st ID landed November 8 1942 in North Africa as the 16th and 18th Infantry Regiments went ashore east of Oran and the 26th Infantry Regiment landed at Les Andalouses, and entered Oran November 10 1942. The 18th IR went into action at Djebel el Ahmera with the British, and the 26th IR cleared the Ouseltia Valley by January 25 1943 and went into positions at the Kasserine Pass on February 18 1943. The division attacked as a concentrated whole for the first time on March 16 1943 east from El Guettar, and the 18th and 26th IRs contained two strong German counter attacks on March 23. The 18th IR was forced out of Djebel Berda on March 25 and the attacks toward Gabes were checked by March 28. The division took Sakket on April 3 1943 in an attempt to break this stalemate but further offensive movement clown the Gabes road was stopped April 5. The division then relieved the British 4th Div near Beja on April 16 and attacked April 22 along the Medjez el Bab-Tunis highway. After the 18th IR cleared Hill 407 and the 26th IR Hill 575, the 26th reached Djebel el Anz against strong German resistance of April 28. The next day the 16th IR began its attack on Hill 523, and the division was actively engaged in Tunisia until May 9 1943.

The division assaulted Gela, Sicily July 10 1943. After fending off a German armored attack on July 11 it pushed inland and took Mazzarino and Niscemi on July 14 then Barrafranca on July 16. The division seized the Salsa River crossings east of Caltanisseta and repelled a German counter attack at Gangi on July 25. It reached Troina August 1 after a series of sharp battles over difficult terrain, but an all-out attack on the town failed August 4. It was taken after the Germans withdrew during the night of August 6 1943. The division left Sicily on October 23 1943 and landed in England to train for the invasion of northern France.

Reinforced by the 16th IR, it assaulted Omaha Beach France in the face of fierce opposition. The 16th IR, which led the division attack, reached the St Lô – Bayeux highway on June 10 1944, and the 18th the 26th seized Caumont on June 13. On June 13 the division was relieved by the 5th Infantry Division in line and withdrew to Colombieres. It next, the 1st ID attacked as part of the Operation Cobra breakout effort on July 26 1944, took Marigny and secured the Sée River crossings July 31. It sped south to Mortain where it was relieved by the 30th Infantry Division on August 6, allowing it to then push forward to Mayenne with the 3rd Armored Division. The division assembled south of Paris on August 25. The 16th IR mopped up the Belgian Mons Pocket September 3 1944, and the division crossed the Meuse River at Liège on September 9, reaching the German border against scattered rearguard resistance. It laid siege to the fortress-city of Aachen and the battle was commenced with an attack on its municipal forest on September 12 1944. As the division tried to encircle Aachen, the 16th IR was halted at the West Wall on September 15 1944.

On October 8 1944 the division renewed its Aachen assault with the 18th IR pushing through Verlautenheide, the 26th IR attacking through the heart of the city, and the 16th IR holding defensive positions near Eilendorf. By October 12 the 26th IR had gained most of the factory district between Aachen and Haaren and began an all-out central attack the next day. After severe fighting it had gained most of Observatory Hill but German counter attacks forced all further advances to a halt on October 15 1944. The 16th IR was forced to defend its area against strong German assaults as well. On October 18, the division was reinforced for yet another attack on Aachen. The 26th IR gained Observatory Hill and forced the Germans back into the western suburbs, and on October 21 the city was finally taken by direct assault. After being relieved by the 104th Infantry Division, the 1st ID opened First Army’s offensive to secure the Roer River crossings east of Aachen on November 16 1944.

After 15 days of intense fighting in this sector the division had only gained four miles, which included the 26th IR capture of the Laufenburg Castle on November 20, and, on November 29 the same regiment was hit hard by a strong German counter attack at Merode. The 9th Infantry Division relieved the 1st ID on December 5 1944 which then went to a rest area in the Luchem – Langerwehe – Juengersdorf – Merode region (less the 16th IR attached to V Corps).

As a result of the German Ardenne counter offensive the division was sent to the Malmedy sector. It cleared the region south of Eupen, contained numerous German attacks in the Butgenbach and the Faymonville region, and fought at Elsenborn Ridge December 21-28 1944. The division’s lines were breached at Butgenbach on December 22 but shortly restored. It then attacked and took Steinbach January 15 1945, opening a passage for the 7th Armored Division drive toward St Vith. The division next fan into stiff resistance northeast of Schoppen as the 16th IR the captured the Bambusch Woods. After blunting the German drive, the division advanced on the West Wall on January 28 and attacked through the Buchholz Forest. It was then relieved by the 99th Infantry Division on February 5 and moved to assembly areas at Aywaille.

The division took over the 8th Infantry Division zone and initiated the attack across the Roer River at Kreuzau with the 16th IR on February 25 1945 against moderate opposition. The division took Burg on February 27 while the 16th IR crossed the Neffell. The division reached Bonn on March 7 and captured it on March 9, ending German resistance west of the Rhine. On March 15 the 16th IR assaulted across the Rhine River and the division pressed its attack toward the Sieg in the face of strong German defenses. On March 30 it attacked with three regiments in line to gain the heights dominating Seigen, and on April 1 was relieved by the 8th Infantry Division and trucked to blocking positions southwest of Paderborn to help seal the Ruhr Pocket.

On April 8 1945 the division was called up to force the Weser River after the 3rd Armored Division had reached it only to find all the bridges blown. The 16th and 18th IRs expanded the bridgehead while the motorized 26th IR attacked toward Einbeck. With the 4th Cavalry Group attached the division was tasked with mopping up along the edge of the Harz Mountains. The bypassed German troops were encircled commencing April 12 1945 and organized resistance ended by Apr 20. The division next relieved the 97th Infantry Division in place, and then was transferred to the Czechoslovakian border on April 30. It made limited attacks May 2 to improve its positions. On May 6 the division opened its drive on Karlsbad. The 18th IR had seized Sangerberg and Mnichov, the 16th IR had taken Kynsperk, and the 26th IR was in Schoenbach when hostilities were declared ended on May 7 1945.

1942
7 Aug – Glasgow – Lanarkshire – Scotland
9 Aug – Tidworth Barracks – Wiltshire – England
22 Oct – Departed United Kingdom for North Africa operation

1943
7 Nov – Liverpool – Lancashire – England
9 Nov – Blandford – Dorset – England

1944
3 Jun – Portland Harbor – Dorset – England
6 Jun – Omaha Beach (Easy Red) – Calvados – France
7 Jun – Colleville-sur-Mer (vic) – Calvados – France
8 Jun – Russy (vic) – Calvados – France
10 Jun – Court Elay (1 km south) – Calvados – France
11 Jun – Sur-Le-Chemin-du-Gril (vic) – Calvados – France
12 Jun – Balleroy (vic) – Calvados – France
14 Jul – Colombieres (vic) – Calvados – France
20 Jul – St-Jean-de-Daye (vic) – Manche – France
25 Jul – Bois du Hommat (vic) – Manche – France
28 Jul – La Chapelle (vic) – Manche – France
28 Jul – Marigny (vic) – Manche – France
30 Jul – St-Denis-du-Gast – Manche – France
1 Aug – Brecey (vic) – Manche – France
3 Aug – Juvigny (vic west) – Manche – France
4 Aug – Logis de la Bocage (vic) – Manche – France
7 Aug – Logis de la Bocage (vic) – Manche – France
13 Aug – Ambrieres le Grand (vic) – Mayenne – France
13 Aug – La Ferte Mace (vic) – Orne – France
14 Aug – Couterne (vic) – Orne – France
15 Aug – Bagnoles de l’Orne (vic) – Orne – France
24 Aug – Le Thieulin (vic) – Eure-et-Loir – France
25 Aug – Lardy (vic) – Seine-et-Oise – France
27 Aug – Etiolles – Seine-et-Oise – France
27 Aug – Servon – Seine-et-Marne – France
28 Aug – House of Rothschild (vic Ferrieres) – Seine-et-Marne France
28 Aug – Quinch Voisins (vic) – Seine-et-Oise – France
29 Aug – Crouy (vic) – Seine-et-Marne – France
30 Aug – Soissons (vic) – Aisne – France
31 Aug – Chevrigny (vic) – Aisne – France
1 Sep – Missy (vic) – Aisne – France
2 Sep – Le Novion (vic) – Aisne – France
3 Sep – Ecuelin (vic) – Nord – France
4 Sep – Mons (vic) – Hainault – Belgium
6 Sep – Roux (vic) – Hainault – Belgium
7 Sep – Namur (vic) – Namur – Belgium
8 Sep – Stockay (vic) – Namur – Belgium
11 Sep – Lalouxe (vic) – Namur – Belgium
14 Sep – Henri Chapelle (1½ km north) – Liege – Belgium
15 Sep – Hauset (vic; 7 km south of Aachen) – Liege – Belgium
10 Nov – Vicht – Rhineland – Germany
8 Dec – Hauset (vic; 7 km south of Aachen) – Liege – Belgium
17 Dec – Sourbrodt (vic) – Liege – Belgium

1945
27 Jan – Wévercé – Liege – Belgium
1 Feb – Hunningen – Liege – Belgium
6 Feb – Aywaille – Liege – Belgium
8 Feb – Groshau (vic) – Rhineland – Germany
28 Feb – Drove – Rhineland – Germany
2 Mar – Kelz (vic) – Rhineland – Germany
6 Mar – Friesham – Rhineland – Germany
7 Mar – Metternich – Rhineland – Germany
15 Mar – Unkel – Rhineland – Germany
21 Mar – Ittenbach – Rhineland – Germany
24 Mar – Oberpleis (vic) – Rhineland – Germany
27 Mar – Obereip (vic) – Rhineland – Germany
28 Mar – Eichelhardt (vic) – Rhineland – Germany
29 Mar – Allendorf (vic) – Nassau – Germany
31 Mar – Biedenkopf (vic) – Nassau – Germany
1 Apr – Wunnenberg (vic) – Westphalia – Germany
7 Apr – Peckelsheim – Westphalia – Germany
9 Apr – Lauenforde – Hanover – Germany
10 Apr – Uslar – Hanover – Germany
11 Apr – Northeim – Hanover – Germany
12 Apr – Osterode – Hanover – Germany
17 Apr – St Andreasberg – Hanover – Germany
19 Apr – Benneckenstein – Brunswick – Germany
24 Apr – Blankenheim – Halle-Merseburg – Germany
27 Apr – Markleuthen – Bavaria – Germany
6 May – Cheb – Sudetenland – Czech



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