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The Dogface Gallery is a place of honor for photos of soldiers from the Third Division and related units during WWII. Electronic images can be sent to dwt@dogfacesoldiers.org. Please include full name, rank and unit info plus any related information.



adams

S/Sgt Lucian Adams
30th Regiment — Company I

Awarded CMH for action near St. Die, France

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George Allen

2nd Lt George A. Allen
30th Regiment

KIA Mt Rotundo Nov 9 1943
Distinguished Service Cross

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Roy Anderson

Pfc Roy Anderson
Third Division — Army
of Occupation


Special Services : Baseball and Golf


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james arness

Pvt James K Aurness (Arness)
7th Regiment

wounded at Anzio / Bronze Star

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norman barnes

Maj Norman Barnes
Third Division HQ

Distinguished Service Cross
Wartime sketch by T4 Ladislaus J. Skrzypczyk of Division HQ

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owen beardslee

S/Sgt Charles Owen Beardslee
30th Rgt HQ Anti-tank Co.

Fedala to the Siegfried Line
from Bothell, Washington


» click for Owen Beardslee's Memoir «


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lyle bernard

Col Lyle Bernard
30th Rgt 2nd Battalion Commander through Feb. 19, 1944 when wounded at Anzio

» click for an account of Bernard's wounding in Albert Brown's Memoir - scroll to "Get Off The Beach" «

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kenneth bilby

Maj Kenneth W. Bilby
30th Regiment HQ 2nd Battalion

Silver Star (Siegfried Line March '45); Bronze Star

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robert brock

Sgt Robert Dale Brock
2nd Batt, 2nd Regt — First Special Service Force

machinegunner: 3 Purple Hearts/Bronze Star - FSSF was a joint Canadian-U.S. combat force that fought at Anzio, toward Rome and into southern France with the Third Division


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albert brown

S/Sgt Albert S. Brown
30th Regiment — Company H


» click for Albert Brown's Memoir «

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babe ciarlo

Cpl Corado "Babe" Ciarlo
30th Regiment — Company G

From Waterbury, Conn
KIA at Anzio May 1944
featured in Ken Burn's The War

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john clayton

Sgt John Clayton
Third Division HQ

G3 Draftsman — Holding map of Colmar Pocket


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russ cloer

Lt Russ Cloer
7th Regiment — I & R Platoon

Bronze Star: Feb 10, 1945

» click for Russ Cloer's Memoir «

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william cockrell

T5 William M. "Cocky" Cockrell
41st Field Artillery Battalion

North Africa to Austria; Bronze Star for actions in Italy and the Colmar Pocket

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doyle cody

Sgt Doyle K Cody
756th Tank Battalion

Awarded Silver Star in photo by Lt Col Glenn Rogers (CO 756th Tank Batt Mar 44 - Feb 45)


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Charles Cole

S/Sgt Charles Cole Jr.
7th Regiment — Company M

from Mt. Juliet, Tennessee; mortar squad leader


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jack cole

Sgt(T3) John D. "Jack" Cole
Tenth Engineers — Third Signal Co.

Jack's photographic work appears on this Website

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henry collins

M/Sgt Henry Collins
Third Division HQ G3


Wartime sketch by T4 Ladislaus J. Skrzypczyk of Division HQ

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henry collins

M/Sgt Henry Collins
Third Division HQ G3

Awarded Bronze Star

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garlin murl connor

1st Lieutenant Garlin Murl Connor
3rd Battalion — 7th Regiment

from Aaron, Kentucky; Awarded DSC for action near Houssen, France (two days before Audie Murphy's MOH action in the same area) three Silver Stars; wounded seven times

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connor

Sgt James P. Connor
7th Regiment — Battle Patrol (Company K)

Awarded CMH for action at Cape Cavalier, southern France


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william cooper

T4 William D. Cooper
Third Division HQ G3

Awarded Bronze Star

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carl cox

Pvt Carl Cox Sr.
15th Regiment — Company I

From Tina, Missouri; Killed in Action Feb 1, 1945, Colmar Pocket

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charles crane

Pvt Charles T. Crane
30th Regiment — 3rd Battalion HQ

Killed in Action in Italy, Nov. 8, 1943

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Charles Cronenworth

SFC Charles Cronenworth Jr.
Third Division

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curvin lymon

S/Sgt Lymon H. Curvin
30th Regiment — Company L

Africa to Germany
Purple Heart with Oak Leaf; 2 Bronze Stars; Presidential Unit Citation (30TH Reg action at Raddon, France)

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john dahlquist

Maj Gen John E. Dahlquist
CO 36th Infantry Division

» click for John Dahlquist's bio «


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edgar danby

1st Lt Edgar R. Danby
Tank Platoon Leader — B Co / 756th Tank Battalion

from Wyandotte, Michigan — Killed in Action at Allan, France on Aug. 27, 1944

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robert dennin

T/Sgt Robert A. Dennin
601st TD Battalion

Africa to Austria
Bronze Star

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frank deputy

Sgt Frank A. Deputy
756th Tank Battalion

photo taken at Ft. Lewis, Washington


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jacob devers

Lt Gen Jacob L. Devers
CO Sixth Army Group

» click for Jacob Dever's bio «

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martin dicarlantonio

Pvt Martin DiCarlantonio
30th Regiment

from Camden, NJ — Killed in Action at Anzio, Feb 20, 1944


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kenneth dickerson

T/Sgt Kenneth L. Dickerson
10th Field Artillery Battalion — Service Battery / Battery A

North Africa to Germany

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welborn dolvin

Maj Welborn G. Dolvin
CO 756th Tank Batt Mar 44
CO 191st Tank Batt May 44 - May 45


 

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dunham

T/Sgt Russel Dunham
30th Regiment — Company I

Awarded CMH for action at Hill 616 near Kaysersberg, France


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william eagles

Maj Gen William W. Eagles
CO 45th Infantry Division

» click for William Eagle's bio «

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wilton easter

Wilton Russell Easter
15th Regiment — Company K

fought in Italy, wounded twice on Anzio
Bronze Star - photo: Naples 1943

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hallet edson

Col Hallet D. Edson
CO 15th Infantry Regiment

 


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james elling

Pfc James C. Elling
15th Regiment — Company A

Received DSC for action on March 30, 1945 near Gross Heuback, Germany when his company was halted on an open plain by enemy action, he dashed forward in a reckless solo assault on the enemy force, sprinting 95 yards where he knocked out a four-man machine gun crew with B.A.R. fire, yanked nine Germans from their foxholes and crawled 40 yards to strike a German strongpoint, killing or capturing a total of twenty-six enemy infantrymen.

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maurice elowitch

Maurice Elowitch
30th Regiment — Company L

Italy to Germany

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joseph englert

Pfc Joseph F. Englert
7th Regiment — 2nd Battalion — Company E

» click for Joseph Englert's Memoir «


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john farrell

Pvt John Farrell
15th Regiment — Company I

Killed in action SE of Cisterna on May 24, 1944 during the Anzio-Nettuno breakout

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oliver faucher

Lt Col Oliver J. Faucher
Third Division HQ

Wartime sketch by T4 Ladislaus J. Skrzypczyk of Division HQ

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roger fazendin

2nd Lt Roger A. Fazendin
756th Tank Battalion

 


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George A Fezell width=

1st Lt George A. Fezell
CO Third Signal Co — Aug. 1943 - April 1944
Division Signal Officer — April 1944 - May 1945


 

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joe fournier

Pvt Joe Fournier
7th Regiment — Company H / HQ

 

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robert frederick

Maj Gen Robert T. Frederick
1st Special Service Force
1st Airborne Task Force
CO 45th Infantry Regiment (Dec. 1944)


 


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sam friedman

Cpl Sam Friedman
7th Regiment

Italy to Austria; from Johnstown PA

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oliver gallagher

T5 Oliver Gallagher
7th Regiment

Bronze Star; Purple Heart (southern France)
Bronze Star

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Ralph C. Gerstung

Cpl Ralph Gerstung
30th Regiment — 2nd Batt, Co. F

from McHenry, Illinois
Wounded and captured in France; held in Limburg (Stalag 7A) and Muhlberg (Stalag 4B), Germany before liberation by the Russian Army in 1945


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james guiseppe

Pfc James Guiseppe
39th Field Artillery

Africa-Germany


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The Dogface Gallery is a gallery of honor for photos of soldiers from the Third Division and related units during WWII. Electronic images can be sent to dwt@dogfacesoldiers.org.
Please include full name, rank and unit info plus any related information.


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