28th Infantry Division

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28th Infantry Division
Distintivo
Distintivo
Descrizione generale
Attiva 1879 - oggi
Nazione Stati Uniti Stati Uniti
Servizio Guardia nazionale degli Stati Uniti
Tipo fanteria
Dimensione 15.000 unità
Guarnigione/QG Harrisburg (Pennsylvania)
Soprannome Keystoone
Fire and Movement
Iron Division
Bloody Bucket
Motto Roll On
Colori rosso
Battaglie/guerre Guerra civile americana
Guerra civile spagnola
Seconda guerra mondiale
Operazione Iraqi Freedom
Operazione Enduring Freedom
Missioni di peacekeeping KFOR
Sito internet http://pa.ng.mil/ARNG/28ID/
Comandanti
Comandante brig.gen John L. Gronski
Comandanti degni di nota Omar Bradley
Cortlandt V.R. Schuyler
Simboli
Spallina US28th Infantry Division.svg

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La 28th Infantry Division ("Keystone") è un'unità dell'Army National Guard ed è la divisione più antica tra quelle attualmente esistenti nelle forze armate statunitensi.

Bibliografia[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

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  • Martin Blumenson, Breakout and Pursuit. United States Army in World War II, Washington, D.C., United States Army Center of Military History/Government Printing Office, 1961, ISBN.
  • Carleton B., Editor Clyma, Connecticut Men, 28th—Bloody Bucket—Division, September 1945, Hartford, Connecticut, 1945, ISBN.
  • Jack (Editor) Colbaugh, The Bloody Patch: A True Story of the Daring 28th Infantry Division, New York, New York, Vantage Press, 1973, ISBN.
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  • The `Keystone Division.' A Condensed History of the 28th Infantry Division, National Guardsman, June, 1948, pp. 13–14, ISBN.
  • Keystone News, Organization Day, 1953, Keystone Division's 36th Anniversary, Goppingen, Germany, 1953, ISBN.
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  • and Mathews, Sydney T MacDonald, Charles B.,, Three Battles: Arnaville, Altuzzo, and Schmidt. United States Army in World War II, Washington, D.C., United States Army Center of Military History/Government Printing Office, 1952, ISBN.
  • Edward, compiler Martin, The Twenty-Eighth Division, Pennsylvania Guard in the World War. 5 vols, Norwood, Mass, Washington Press, 1924, ISBN.
  • Thomas R Nevitt, A Guard Division Trains for M—Day, Washington, D.C., Army Information Digest, October, 1948, pp. 35–35, ISBN.
  • John K Ohe, The Keystone Division in the Great War, Washington, D.C., Prologue, The Journal of the National Archives, Sumner 1978, pp. 82–89, ISBN.
  • I.H. Peterman, They Took the Nazis' Sunday Punch, New York, New York, Saturday Evening Post, 28 settembre 1946, pp. 2 Otf, ISBN.
  • Pennsylvania in the World War. An Illustrated History of the Twenty-Eighth Division. 2 vols, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, States Publications Society, 1921, ISBN.
  • Henry George Proctor, The Iron Division, National Guard of Pennsylvania in the World War; the Authentic and Comprehensive Narrative of the 28th Division in the World's Greatest War, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, John C. Winston Co, 1919, ISBN.
  • Short History and Illustrated Roster of the 28th Division, Edward Stern Co, c. 1919, ISBN.
  • Herbert E. Smith, A. E. F. Divisional Insignia- The Twenty-Eighth Division, Washington, D.C., Recruiting News, 1 gennaio 1934, p. 3, ISBN.
  • National Guardsman, SRF, (November 1965), pp. 8–16, ISBN.
  • The States Pass in Review: Pennsylvania, 28th Infantry (Keystone Division)., Washington, D.C., National Guard, (January, 1991), p. 125, ISBN.
  • Benjamin G. Taylor, Operation Schmidt., Washington, D.C., Military Review, (August, 1954), pp. 30–39, ISBN.
  • 28th Infantry Division—Germany, 1953, n.p., 1953, ISBN.
  • 28th Infantry Division, Pennsylvania National Guard Summer Encampment, 1956, n.p., 1956, ISBN.
  • Twenty-Eighth Infantry Division, United States Army, Camp Atterbury, Indiana, "Roll on 28th," Pictorial Review, 1950–1951, Atlanta, Georgia, Albert Love Enterprises, 1951, ISBN.
  • Twenty-Eighth Infantry Division, United States Army, Europe, Pictorial Review, 1951–1952, Atlanta, Georgia, Albert Love Enterprises, 1952, ISBN.
  • 28th Roll On: The Story of the 28th Infantry Division, Paris, France, G.I. Stories, 1945, ISBN.
  • Frank A. Warner, Journal of Operations, Twenty-Eighth Division A.E.F., 1917-08-05 to 1918-11-20, n.p., 1919, ISBN.

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