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Unofficial Archive of the Signal Corps in Northwest Europe in WWII: Stories, documents, images and other information not readily available elsewhere

Facebook Group: The Unofficial Archive of the Signal Corps in Northwest Europe in WWII



Camp Crowder, Missouri: Signal Corps Training Center

Fourth Service Command Signal School


Normandy Campaign: Signal Corps Units

Signal Corps with Normandy related service without Normandy Campaign Participation Credit (under construction)

Tamerville and Valognes: Infantry, Army Air Forces, Medical, Signal Corps, and other Units: While researching what other Signal Corps units served in Tamerville and Valognes when my late father and Company C, 3110th Sign Battalion were there, other units were identified as having also served in the area.

Seventh Army: Signal Corps Units

3264th Signal Service Company (Photographic)

Cold Injuries & Signal Corps Personnel

Radio News: WWII issues featuring the Signal Corps

15th Signal Radar Maintenance Unit:
The unit of the veteran whose family shared Radio News.

Men & Women in the Signal Corps in Europe: A collection of links to photos and stories of Signalmen who served in Europe at about the same time and in about the same places as Felix.

Signal Corps units missing from the Unit Citation and Campaign Participation Register (UCCPR), July, 1961 (under construction)

Non-Signal Corps Units:

Hard to find information on non-Signal Corps units found while researching Signal Corps units.

All material not in the public domain 2010 - 2016 Leonard H. Cizewski

Last Major Update: November 6, 2016
Minor Revision: August 5, 2016
Last Reviewed:
February 21, 2012

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