Welcome to the personal accounts section. Many servicemen wrote a diary, story or novel after the war. Some of which can be found here.
- link - June 25, 1944 to July 5, 1944 (11mb) Account of Lt. Col. Neilson, CO 1st Bn, 331st
- link - June 1944 to July 1944 (11mb) Diary of Captain William Waters, Commanding Officer G Co/331st
- link - July 1944 (16mb) The operations of the 2nd Battalion, 329th in the attack along the road to Periers, 4 July 1944, Capt Clarence P. Ziegler
- link - July 1944 (2mb) Account of being captured, July 1944, Capt Charles B. Lysaght, 908th FA
- link - World War 2, Diary of Nedd Burr, 324th FA
- link - The Hedgerows by Tarrant and Giammerino
- link - The Nervy Exploit of Sam Magill
- link - The photoalbum of 1LT William G Phillips
- link - 'What did you do during the war granddaddy?' - Memoirs of 1LT Leo T Hury, Company M, 330th Infantry Regiment
- link - Hedgerow fighting near Carentan - Captain Charles D. Folsom
Capt. John D. Raikos
Capt. John D. Raikos, 329th, HQ Co. wrote some papers in 1946 about the war. Two of which can be downloaded here:
These documents are courtesy of Lili Dehen, Daughter of Capt. John D. Raikos, 329th, HQ Co.
Sharpe's Battalion in World War II
Sharpe's Battalion in World War II by Charlotte Sharpe Daly. A doctoral dissertation written by a daughter of Lt. Col. Sharpe which describes his wartime memories. Can be downloaded in six parts or as one big file.
- link - Part 1 Preparation for Military Service, Normandy
- link - Part 2 Brittany, Loire Valley and Luxembourg
- link - Part 3 Hurtgen Forest, Ardennes
- link - Part 4 Roer to the Rhine, Race to the Elbe
- link - Part 5 Maps, Illustrations and Photos
- link - Part 6 Maps Illustrations and Photos
The doctoral dissertation as one big file can be downloaded here.