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The 164th Infantry Regiment WWII
Part I -- Early history of the ND militia
Part II -- The ND Guard in the Spanish American War
Part III -- Mexican Border
Diary of Samuel Baglien
List of WWII KIA and Died of Wounds
Douglas Burtell -- A GI's War
The 164th Infantry News
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 The 164th Infantry Regiment

in the Second World War

164th Regiment Patches

PART I - ORIGIN OF THE REGIMENT

 3 PARTS OF A BRIEF HISTORY
PUBLISHED IN 1940

 

Part 1 -- Early History of the ND Militia 

 

Part 2 -- The ND Guard in the Spanish American War 

 

 Part 3 -- The ND Guard in World War I

 

Contact
Lt. Col. (ret) Shirley J. Olgeirson
Editor, The 164th Infantry News
PO Box 1111, Bismarck, ND 58502-1111
email


  

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They Were Ready: The 164th Infantry in the Pacific War,1942-1945 Book Cover Image

 

 

Inquiries about the book, They Were Ready:

The 164 Infantry in the Pacific War 1942-1945 Click Here.

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Co D at Camp Claiborne

Part II: World War II

Diary of Samuel Baglien

List of WWII KIA and Died of Wounds

Douglas Burtell -- A GI's War

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