Source National Archives (College Park, Maryland), Rg. 407, 301-INF (16)-0.3, Box 5909, Report of Operations file.

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Left: 'A GERMAN PRISONER CAPTURED BY THE 16TH INFANTRY REGIMENT, NEAR WEYWRITZ, BELGIUM: 15 JANUARY 1945'
Photographer: Sgt. Bill Augustine (W&C 1289)

Right: 'THE FIRST INFANTRY DIVISION HAILS ITS 100,000TH PRISONER OF WAR' Sgt. Mallory J. Yacopine, W. Aliquippa, Pa., and Sgt. Werner W. Kahl, Detroit, Mich., put out a welcome sign. Hartz Mountain area, Germany. 23 April 1945. Photo by Pvt. William Kluger. (SC 204908)

This report was attached to the Historical Record report (see 16th Infantry Historical Records) prepared on 9 July 1944. It was sent by the 16th Regiment to the Commanding General, 1st U.S. Infantry Division.
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HEADQUARTERS 16TH INFANTRY
Office of the Regimental Commander

 

7 JUNE 1944

UNIT

PW's

5th Co.

915th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

6

7th Co.

915th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

1

8th Co.

915th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

5

5th Co.

916th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

17

6th Co.

916th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

7

7th Co.

916th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

3

8th Co.

916th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

11

14th Co.

916th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

5

3rd Co.

726th Inf. Regt.

716 Inf. Div.

19

10th Co.

726th Inf. Regt.

716 Inf. Div.

8

1st Btry.

352nd Arty. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

5

8 JUNE 1944

4th Co.

726th Inf. Regt.

716 Inf. Div.

21

NAVAL PERSONNEL

16

LUFTWAFFE (Single man, used as coastal airplane spotter)

1

9 JUNE 1944

14th Co.

915th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

1

2nd Co.

916th Inf. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

1

HQ Co. 1st Bn

726th Inf. Regt.

716 Inf. Div.

6

4th Co.

726th Inf. Regt.

716 Inf. Div.

1

HQ Co.

726th Inf. Regt.

716 Inf. Div.

3

1st Btry.

352nd Arty. Regt.

352 Inf. Div.

1