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Please feel free to contact me via the contact form at the bottom of this page with any questions or information in regards to the 9th Infantry Division or this website.
SUPPORT MY PROJECTS!
Contribute to my research:
I am currently writing a book about the 9th Infantry Division’s actions between September 1944 and March 1945. For this big project, I am always looking for more information about this period. Helpful would be:
– Stories and Citations
– Unit Rosters
– Reports of Operations
– Maps (copies of maps)
– Scans of any relevant items
– 9th Infantry Division related uniform/equipment/insignia items.
Find a more detailed description here: What to contribute?
If you have any of the above, please contact me. I can surely use things like these for my book or to complement the website to make the information about the 9th Infantry Division even more complete here. I appreciate any help. If you know a veteran who would like to get in touch with me, please let me know. I can also write a letter, call, or provide my home address. Please use the contact form down below to contact me.
Request Information about a soldier, unit, action or other research:
For some years now I have been helping family members to information about their father, grandfather, brother, uncle or great uncle who served in the 9th Infantry Division.It often happens that after one of these fine veterans passes away, objects or pictures are found, indicating they have served with the 9th Infantry Division during World War 2. For the family it often is a difficult, time consuming task to find out more about their loved one. Over the years I have built up a large database of information about the 9th Infantry Division and often I can send information about the veteran, his unit, the actions he participated in, or pictures of the former battlefields or the grave of a soldier.
Please know that sometimes it is hard to find any information, and I might not succeed in the search for information. If I can’t help directly I can surely help in pointing out the right direction to continue your own research and how to obtain official service records, unit information, medal citations or any other relevant information. So please also contact me if you have any questions about a soldier, unit or actions, and I will do my best to provide the help needed. Please use the contact form down below to contact me.
As you can see I have several Tribute Pages on my website.
If you would like to see any of your loved one on one of these pages, please let me know. I will be honored to create a tribute page for any of the 9th Infantry Division veterans and learn more about their lives. All I need is a short story about his life before, during and after the war. If you have pictures that can be used as well it would be great to have those on the tribute page as well. The more information and pictures, the better the tribute page looks, so please sent any information available. When given permission, I might also include these tribute pages for the book I am writing. Please use the contact form down below to contact me.
Many men died while fighting for our freedom and are buried in one of the many US Cemeteries in Europe or in their hometowns. Other men lived a long life and passed away recently. Some of them are still alive. The tribute pages and this website are my small personal tribute to all of these men. We simply must never forget them and their actions. Thank you. – Yuri
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