103d INFANTRY DIVISION WW II ASSOCIATION

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This is the official site for the 103d Infantry Division (Cactus) World War II Association.

The information on this site is an accurate account of the 103d Infantry Division (Cactus) - from its activation on November 15, 1942 to the deactivation on September 22, 1945.

Above all, the members of the 103d Infantry Division (Cactus) Association endeavor to honor the memory of all those who were killed in action, those who were wounded, and all who have passed away since the end of World War II.

The 103d Infantry Division (Cactus) World War II Association is seeking any information on those who served with the Division during World War II. If you are one of the Cactus men who served, or know of someone who served, please go to our CONTACT section and let us know. If you would like to join the 103d Infantry Division (Cactus) Association, fill out the APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP and send it to us.

Our goal is to preserve the history and memory of all who answered the “Call to Duty.”

The 103d Infantry Division is recognized as an official "Liberating Unit" by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for liberating Dachau's Kaufering Sub-Camp at Landsberg. The 103d Infantry Division World War II Association extends an invitation for all to attend the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County and Hofstra University presentation, "From Generation to Generation the Legacy Continues..." on Sunday June 8, 2014. This event is to honor holocaust survivors, liberators, righteous among nations, and their survivors. The presentation is at Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York.

 

 

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