14th Armored Division Facebook page
WWII Combat Units
19th Armored Infantry Battalion
62nd Armored Infantry Battalion
68th Armored Infantry Battalion
25th Tank Battalion
47th Tank Battalion
48th Tank Battalion
125th Armored Engineer Battalion
136th Armored Ordnance Maintenance Battalion
499th Armored Field Artillery Battalion
500th Armored Field Artillery Battalion
501st Armored Field Artillery Battalion
94th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron
398th Anti-Aircraft Artillery
284th Engineer Combat Battalion
300th Engineer Combat Battalion
VI Army Corps Combat Engineers: Dedicated to the 36th, 39th, and 540th Combat Engineer Regiments.
This fine website is operated by the daughter of a veteran of the 540th.
11th Armored Division: The official website of the 11th Armored Division Association, the "THUNDERBOLT."
70th Infantry Division: The official website of the 70th Infantry Division Association, the "TRAILBLAZERS."
This is perhaps the best WWII veterans' association website on the Internet.
U.S. Army Center of Military History
U.S. Army Military History Institute: The Official Library and Archives of the U.S. Army
Note: The 14th Armored Division Association requests that all donations of materials relevant to the Division be made to the U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks.
The Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor
U.S. Army Awards and Decorations: Examples, Criteria, and Background Information
Requests for Military Personnel Records and Awards and Decorations from the National Personnel Records Center
American Battle Monuments Commission: Database for Locating Overseas Grave Sites for U.S. Soldiers
National World War II Memorial, Washington, D.C.: Includes a national database of WWII Veterans and a Veteran Message Board.
Sites of Interest
Army Historical Foundation: The ASF is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and preservation of
Army History which is actively raising funds for the construction of the National Museum of the U.S. Army.
ON4USA: A fine website based in Belgium dedicated to the American soldiers who liberated Europe.
The American WWII Orphans Network (AWON): A Network created to support the children of American
soldiers killed during WWII.
Stalag VIIA, Moosburg: An exceptional website operated by volunteers of Moosburg Online. The site contains
excellent photos, oral histories, biographies, and historical information about Stalag VIIA, the largest
Prisoner of War camp in Germany.