Dedicated to the men of the 'Greatest Generation'.  

Nothing in life is more exhilarating than to be shot at -
with no result.

Winston Churchill, 1874-1965


Something to Consider: "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin, 1759



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Ardennes,   Rhineland,   Central Europe

There and Back Again - 1943 to 1945

And all this before many of us were twenty-one.
What that comes later could top it?


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NOTICE:    NEW 8th Armored Division Association Now Forming

To Members and Friends of the 8th Armored Division Association!

We now wish to invite descendants of the veterans, teachers and students of the history of World War II, and members of veterans' organizations to join us. Our mission is to gather and preserve the stories, pictures, records, and archival data of the 8th Armored Division, and keep their memory alive for the future through reunions and newsletters.

Please help us in this mission by joining the Association, contributing to the planned newsletter (Thundering Herd), attending planned reunions, and spreading the word about the group to others.

We are also in need of volunteers to share in the work of the Association. Please consider lending your talents and skills to this end.

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