100th Infantry Division Collection
The 100th Infantry Division, also known as the Century Division, was activated on 14 November, 1942, at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Major General Withers A. Burress took command at that time and remained commander until 22 September, 1945. The Division fought in northeastern France and western Germany, and during its six months of combat, it liberated or captured over 400 towns. One of these towns in France was Bitche, from whence the soldiers drew their nickname, The Sons of Bitche. The collection contains intelligence, personnel, and operations documents; morning reports, memoirs, maps, newspapers, and photographs.
The 100th Division has it’s own section of the website here.