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Where can you find information about the 39th Infantry in World War 2?

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Answered 2015-07-17 17:31:59

The 39th Infantry REGIMENT of the 9th Infantry Division was stationed in Aichach, Germany in the fall of 1945, & well into 1946.

Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com

The 39th Infantry saw heavy combat in Europe in WW2. They were part of the 9th Infantry Division. Check any website relating to the 9th Infantry Division for more info.

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