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And don't forget to write!

A 752nd tanker reads a letter from home
while his Rocket Tank crew awaits firing orders

It would be a very special honor to hear from any of the vets, family members, or friends of the 752nd Tank Battalion. I've spent the past 25-30 years painstakingly researching the 752nd Tank Battalion and have maintained a roster of nearly 900 men of this battalion.  I also have digital copies of all the 752nd records that are on file at the National Archives (and many official records that never made it to Washington), plus all the maps that the 752nd used in Italy.  With these resources and experience, I can provide considerable commentary about specific people, places, or actions that might be of interest to you.  I can also help you determine a vet's specific medal entitlements and their correct display based on Army protocol.

If you'd like to share photographs or any other items from the 752nd on this website, please let me know. Even the smallest details in the grainiest photos can provide important clues about life in the 752nd, and new learning arises from each new photo that surfaces.  If you would like to send any material, please be assured that I would prefer to work with digital copies so that your originals will remain safe in your possession at all times.

Please be sure to come back to this website from time to time, as I am continually adding more information.

Thanks for visiting!

Bob Holt
Historian, 752nd Tank Battalion

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