84th Infantry Website

This site is dedicated to the men who served in the 84th Infantry Division in WWII. Articles and photos are cataloged in "Media" under the various 84th units. There are links to 84th content on the web under "Resources". There are some images and Railsplitter Society Newsletters under "Image Galleries".

Message Board

Due to a constant barrage of spam postings on the message board I have chosen to deactivate it at this time. If you wish to contact me about your 84th relative I will research him as much as possible and give you a timely reply via email. There is a link under "Media>Message Board Posting Info>Documents" that will give you my contact information under the title "How to post to the Message Board". Note: the "link" in the PDF version will not work as a link and needs to be copied and pasted into your email. The .doc version will work as a link.

Rick Bell
Son of 1Sgt/2Lt Foster F. Bell E333

Final Railsplitter Newsletter

The Railsplitter Society published its final newsletter 21 Mar 2012 after it's final reunion in August 2011 when the Society was disolved.

To see the newsletter click on the link below:
http://www.84thinfantry.com/?q=image/tid/10

Rick Bell
Son of 1st/Sgt/2Lt Foster F. Bell E333
84th Website Admin

Railsplitter June 2011

To see the newsletter click on the link below:

http://www.84thinfantry.com/?q=image/tid/9&page=1

Unfortunatly I loaded the pages 1-7 and it displayed them 7-1 with the title page on the second page of thumbnails.
I hope to see you all at the final Reunion in St louis.

Rick Bell
Son of 1st/Sgt/2Lt Foster F. Bell E333
84th Website Admin

Railspitter Newsletter Feb 2011

The latest Railsplitter Newsletter is available here:
http://www.84thinfantry.com/?q=image/tid/8
The links to the 2nd and third page of the thumbnails is kind of hidden in the middle of the page. When you click on a thumbnail and a page comes up if you want it larger click on "Original" at the bottom of the page.

Please note that this year will be the last Railspitter reunion in St Louis. Hope to see you all there.

Rick Bell
Son of 1st/Sgt/2Lt Foster F. Bell E333
84th Website Admin

Pfc. Charles E. Casper

Charles E. Casper
Private First Class, U.S. Army
Service # 33440208
333rd Infantry Regiment, 84th Infantry Division Assigned to 1 Plt. E333
Entered the Service from: Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Died: 9-Apr-45
Buried at: Plot F Row 15 Grave 9
Netherlands American Cemetery
Margraten, Netherlands
Awards: Distinguished Service Cross, Bronze Star, Purple Heart
Campaigns: R.A.CE

http://www.84thinfantry.com/sites/all/modules/hierarchy/downloadfile.php...
http://www.84thinfantry.com/sites/all/modules/hierarchy/downloadfile.php...

T/5 Robert Durling

T/5 Robert Durling

Award of the Silver Star Medal
(Posthumous)
Citation

Young's Gravesite

Young's Gravesite

Steve Zdunkewicz Gravesite

Steve Zdunkewicz Gravesite

*Zdunkewicz, Steve A., Pfc, PH R.CE., Edinburg, Tex. Asgd. & jd fr 92 Repl Bn per VDCG Hq 84th Inf Div dtd 28 Jan 45. Aptd Pfc per Co O #3 dtd 1.Mar.45. SWA BC Perf W, abdomen, SF. Fr dy to sk (LD) BC 84th Clr Sta to Tfrd to 91st evac Hosp per Sec I Cir 33 Hq ETOUSA dat 27 Mar 45. (Lost to Hosp) (DOW 4.19.45) Buried at: Plot D Row 17 Grave 4 Netherlands American Cemetery Margraten, Netherlands.

From "Easy Three " by Lt Harry Mays 3rd Plt E333:

Branson Reunion Railsplitter Veteran Video Interveiws

It was great to see and meet everybody in Branson at the reunion, especiall hearing everybody's stories of their WWII experiences. I was able to film about 20 intereiws and will put up a link to them as I get them edited (in my "spare" time). Please click on the "read more" link below to see them as I put them up.
Thanks to Tim Scherrer and all the members of Company H, 334th Infantry Regiment, 84th Infantry Division Reenacted for all the displays they brought.
Rick Bell
son of 1Sgt/2Lt Foster F. Bell E333

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