Military service records
for individual 14th soldiers.
Letters, diaries, speeches, memoirs, articles, etc., by
about their service during the war.
Photos or drawings of 14th
soldiers, in uniform or not,
made before, during, or after the war, including family and reunion
photos. Please include, if known, who made it, a description of who is in
it, and when and where it was made. Please also include written permission to use
it on this site.
Photos or drawings made by
14th soldiers relating to their service in the 14th, including
places they visited, ships they sailed on, and uniforms and military equipment they used.
Please include, if known, who made it, a description of who or what it is of, and
when and where it was made. Please also include written permission to use it on
Genealogy records and
obituaries, especially details of: when and where a 14th
soldier was born; the names of his parents; where he lived and what he did before and after the war; the
name(s) of his spouse(s) and their marriage date(s); the names and birth dates
of his children; and, his death and burial
dates and locations (if applicable).
Official reports and U.S.
Army Field Manuals about the 14th or that the 14th would have used.
World War II-period newspaper articles
about 14th soldiers and/or the unit, both local U.S. and U.K. public
and military newspapers, including the 'Stars & Stripes' European edition.