some other sites of interest on the World Wide Web
29TH DIVISION UNIT HISTORIES
POST LOCATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS
POST ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS
MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS
29TH INFANTRY DIVISION MUSEUM (coming soon)
29TH INFANTRY DIVISION ARCHIVES (coming soon)
www.marylandmilitaryhistory.org or www.29div.com
Website of the Maryland Military Historical Society, Inc. and the associated museum at the 5th Regiment Armory in Baltimore, MD.
Many 29th Division records, documents and artifacts are located at this museum.
The National D-Day Memorial Foundation
A written and pictorial description of the memorial dedicated to all allied forces who participated in the invasion of the
Normandy coast in 1944.
Organized with a mission to provide scholarly research and multimedia publication of the history of Normandy and the military units involved during the invasion and further campaigns of 1944.
A United Kingdom-based reenactment group.
29th Division (Blue and Gray) French Historical Association
Dedicated to the veterans of the 29th Infantry Division by this French Reenactment group.
Devoted to keeping alive the history of the action and accomplishment of this famed World War II division.
Pertaining to the 82nd Engineers Corp.
The National Association of Landing Craft Infantry
The home page of the National Association of Landing Craft Infantry
The 29th Division WWII Living History group
The 29th Division WWII Living History group, not to be confused with the English and French counterparts, is US-based in Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. They are dedicated to preserving the history and legacy of the 29th Infantry Division of WWII through our participation in living history events.
A multitude of military-related information and links.
This international site supplies very interesting photographs and other information relating to the D-Day landing in Normandy.
"Discover the highlights of the WW II landings in the Normandy area."
The official site of the Normandie Memoire 60th Anniversaire association.
"1944 - 2004, Normandy welcomes back its heroes". (please click logo to enter site)
Website of the 29th Infantry Division Historical Society based in France.
Maps and photographs of military interest covering Omaha Beach, Normandy, Utah Beach as well as the South of England.
The 29th Infantry Division Morning Reports, World War II
Link to an article pertaining to the mass mobilization of troops on D-Day.
The 29th Division Facebook page
American Hero, the memoirs of 29er, Staff Sergeant Leonard Jindra, were published in October 2014.
Click here to read more.
perpetuate the friendships we cherish; to keep alive the spirit that
never knew defeat;
to glorify our dead, and to further keep before our country, the record of the 29th Division in all the wars;
we associate ourselves in an organization known as the 29th Division Association.