My Gmail address is: wwonhoops
My name is Volker Dederichs and I live in Würselen !
I am in contact with the descendants of PFC Allison R. Jackson,
and I have his last way reconstructed in Würselen.
In Würselen - Teuterhof is a memorial cross for all the soldiers who have fallen in Würselen !
There is next to a German soldier, PFC Allison Jackson to see !
He stands there deputy for the American dead !
Great Blog on action in Bulge around Malmedy
In French but I used a online translator and worked fine!!!
Liberation of Valkenburg website:
Added a personal story of German lady living in Spellen
during the 30th's, (117th) crossing of the Rhine:
Click this link!!!
Please click on link and help this great project move forward if you so feel inclined!!!!!
Click on American flag for English!
New 30th Division Personal History BOOK!!!!
Click for information and how to order
Updates on Photo Page 21
Reports Page 17
A must read: From Holland to the Rhine: A World War II Account
by Gus Rouff....see Books link above
NEW INFORMATION on Malmedy Bombings...Click
There is a search engine below on this page...kind of helps.
Complete minutes from the 119th CO. G
Reunions from 1968 to 2007...bottom of Reports Page 17.
Not sure how much longer my old computer and website program can
keep updating. But my email will always be available at
either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
I'll help any way I can.
HELP FOR RESEARCHING 30th WWII veterans: Link to Golden Arrow Research Co.
Unbelievable addition of Van Heely photo collection...I'm continually amazed.
Scroll down to JU 52 crash photos and commentary by German aviator on the plane!!!!!!
117th Co. K soldier identified...Richard Cree
Looking for any information of Pvt. James H. Young, 117th Inf. Reg. Co. A !!!!
Site dedicated to the Liberation of Nuth, The Netherlands: http://www.deruudsite.eu/nuth.htm
Site dedicated to the Liberation of Schaesberg, The Netherlands, just east of Heerlen: http://www.deruudsite.eu/landgraaf.htm
See "Books" Section
A MUST HAVE BOOK detailing the 30th's battle
movements and action in and around Stoumont and LaGleize!!!!!!!
Follow this link: http://www.panzerwrecks.com/ditm2info.html
Hello, I wrote to you before in regards to my father
Harold Skokandich, 120th regiment of 30th Div. Mr.
Skodandich was wounded in the crossing of the Roer River. I would
like to post some information to see if anyone served with him and has any
information they would like to share . Thank you for your help on this
matter. Sincerely: Kathy Paletta, 6902
Durham Avenue, North Bergen, NJ 07047
Please contact Kathy if you have any information.
Tremendous Christmas story: http://www.army.mil/article/71287/
Looking for any information about Pfc. Albert P. Lavorin....743rd Co. A:
Albert P. Lavorin holding the flag Norman E Wilson in front to the flag and Albert P. Lavorin holding the flag on the right
Wonderful aerial photo of Alsdorf area November 18th, 1944 from Hans Hasenjager
Click to enlarge.
Read the new adaption of the Knox Journal by Gary Boyce at this link: http://geocities.ws/thedavidknoxjournal/index.htm
Read the story of the Flakpanzer units of Kampfgruppe Peiper. by Willi Weiss
THE RAF at Mortain provided by Robert Peters..117th IR.
New photos from a 531st AA Battalion scrapbook...enjoy!!! Photo Page 20
MY FATHER SERVED WITH THE 117TH, COMPANY K FROM AUG. 18TH TO VE DAY. IT IS TO HIM AND HIS FELLOW BRAVE COMRADES THAT THIS SITE IS DEDICATED.
CLICK ON ALL PHOTOS TO ENLARGE!!!!
|July 9th, '44 near St. Fromond, German Mark IVs stopped by 117th troops.||The body of a victim of Nazi atrocity killings carried to common grave in Stavelot. Dec. 30, '44.||Nazi soldiers 'help' check for mines near Haulthausen on March 25||Liberation of Noorbeek, Holland September 12th, 1944|
More 30th Division Photos!!! CLICK!!!
This Website is dedicated to the men of the 30th Division, who left their homes and families to fight for our
AMERICAN IDEALS of FREEDOM
It is the hope of this website that information can be made readily available for all who wish to have a better understanding of what these National Guard and replacement soldiers experienced in the ETO. The 30th Division was ranked as the TOP division in the ETO by Col. Marshall, GSC, Historian of the ETO. This site will make as much information available as time will allow. It is an ongoing labor-of-love. Please feel free to contact me with any information you may wish to share. I strive to make all items ACCURATE and to give CREDIT whenever due. If any item is listed incorrectly PLEASE contact me immediately. Most all photos and maps will appear as thumbnails, so clicking on each will enlarge them. Reading and printing of reports will require the Adobe Reader software which is free. I have provided a link on Reports page to assist in obtaining. I have found many family members of 30th Division vets to be actively seeking to learn more about their fathers' and grandfathers' military service. Please feel free to contact me with any and all questions.