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THE 91ST INFANTRY DIVISION IN WORLD WAR II

Robbins, Robert

ISBN 10: 0898392977 / ISBN 13: 9780898392975
Published by Battery Press
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BRAND NEW Hardcover in Tan Cloth - with Unit Tree Insignia on Cover - Issued without jacket - 439 pages, 149 photos, 31 drawings, 32 maps - Originally published in 1947 by Infantry Journal Press, this is the official unit history for the 91st Infantry Division in World War II. The 91st Infantry Division arrived in North Africa, 18 April to 10 May 1944, and trained intensively at Arzew and Renan, French Morocco. Leaving by units, the entire Division was in Italy, 19 June 1944. Meanwhile, the 361st RCT landed at Anzio, 1 June, and fought near Velletri south of Rome from 3 June. The 363d RCT entered combat near Riparbella, 4 July. On 12 July, the Division fought as a unit near Chianni, Italy, for the high ground dominating the Arno River. By the 19th it had reached the river. The 363d RCT participated in the capture of Livorno, 19 July, and in a quick thrust to the north, two units entered Pisa, 24 July. From 24 July to 12 September 1944, the 91st held their positions along the Arno while they underwent extensive training. On the 13th, the Division attacked the Gothic Line, took Monticelli, 18 September, and advanced to the Santerno River through stubborn resistance, 23 September. Moving through rocky escarpments and other natural barriers as well as heavy opposition, the 91st occupied Livergnano, 13 October. The offensive was canceled, however, and the 91st assumed defensive positions below Pianoro, 31 October. During November, the 91st remained on the defensive, sending out small patrols. After resting in December, the Division returned to the line and maintained a static defensive front until 20 March 1945, when the Division retired to Gagliano and Villanova to prepare for a new offensive. This final assault began on 15 April 1945. The 91st entered Bologna, 21 April, and moved along Highway No. 64 against slight resistance. After crossing the Po River on the 23d, the Division swung to the northeast, crossing the Adige River, 26 April, and reaching. Treviso on the 29th. All enemy forces in Italy surrendered, 2 May, and the 91st was assigned occupational duties in the Province of Venezia-Giulia, including the Trieste area. General Nickname: Powder River Division. Slogan: Always Ready; also a war cry, Powder River Let 'er Buck. Shoulder patch: A green fir tree. A Brand New Quality Book from a Full-Time Veteran-Owned Bookshop in business since 1992!. Bookseller Inventory # 1473256

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Title: THE 91ST INFANTRY DIVISION IN WORLD WAR II

Publisher: Battery Press

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:BRAND NEW

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Originally published in the late 1940s by The Infantry Journal Press, this book is the official division history for the 91st Infantry Division in World War II. The 91st Infantry Division fought in Italy, primarily north of Rome. This book has 439 pages, 149 photos, 31 drawings, and 32 maps in a 6" by 9" hardcover format.

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