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WWII US Army 29th Infantry Division Patch - English Made



WWII US Army 29th Infantry Division English made patch. removed from uniform and a little mis-shaped with service wear and age.

The 29th Infantry Division, under the command of Major General Leonard Gerow, was sent to England on 5 October 1942 on RMS Queen Mary. The 29th then trained in Devon and loaded transports for in Falmouth. First wave to land on Omaha beach on 6th June 1944 and suffered heavy losses.

Code: 55929

85.00 GBP


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Korean Era US Army 2nd Division French ONU Battalion



Korean war interest, two items as received, we have a US 2nd Division patch fully embroidered with a French OHU Battalion beret badge, pin back and fully maker marked a good French made example. Original period 1950's items.

Ps I didn't realize the French were in Korea.

The French Battalion arrived in Pusan, South Korea on November 29, 1950, and was placed under the operational control of the 23rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, 2nd U.S. Infantry Division. Despite initial fears about French forces being "on the rout",1 the battalion carried out several successful early actions and earned the respect of General Matthew Ridgway, commander of the U.S. Eighth Army.
From January 7–12, 1951, the French Battalion participated in the First and Second Battle of Wonju where it stopped the North Korean advance. It was followed by the Battle of the Twin Tunnels (February 1–2, 1951) and of Chipyong-ni (February 3–16, 1951). These battles, during which the battalion resisted the attacks of four Chinese divisions for three days, allowed the 8th Army to score a victorious counter-offensive. Three weeks later, the battalion was engaged in combat for Hill 1037 (about 50 miles east of Seoul) and lost 40 dead and 200 wounded while attacking and capturing the hill.

Code: 55841

50.00 GBP


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US Army 16th Infantry Regiment DI



US Army 16th Infantry Regiment DI. Clutch back fittings. US maker marked.

Have three in stock when loaded.

Code: 55770

8.00 GBP


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US Army 474th Infantry Regiment



A US Army 474th Combat Infantry Regiment patch. Fully embroidered and in un-issued condition.

Constituted 11 November 1944 in the Regular Army as the 474th Infantry. Activated 6 January 1945 in France with American personnel from the joint Canadian-American 1st Special Service Force. (99th Infantry Battalion replaced 3rd Battalion on 25 January 1945.) Inactivated, less 99th Infantry Battalion, on 26 October 1945 at Camp Shanks, New York. 99th Infantry Battalion inactivated on 2 November 1945 at Camp Miles Standish, Massachusetts.

Code: 55578

20.00 GBP


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WWII 16th Infantry Regiment - Distinctive Insignia



A pair of 16th Infantry Regiment DI's in pin back. With service wear to the paint work. Not maker marked.

16th Infantry 1st Infantry fought in North Africa, Sicily and 6th June D Day the regiment landed on the first wave on Omaha beach and fought throughout France and Germany..

Code: 55533

70.00 GBP


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US Army 16th Infantry Regiment - 1st Infantry Division Patch



This is a rare German made Bevo weave 16th Infantry Regiment patch. Used and removed from uniform with some service wear

16th Infantry 1st Infantry fought in North Africa, Sicily and 6th June D Day the regiment landed on the first wave on Omaha beach and fought throughout France and Germany..

Code: 55531

80.00 GBP


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US Army 16th Infantry Regiment - 1st Infantry Division Patch



Here is a post war issue 16th Infantry Regiment patch. Fully embroidered on white twill and in mint condition.
Measures 3 3/8" x 2 15/16"

16th Infantry 1st Infantry fought in North Africa, Sicily and 6th June D Day the regiment landed on the first wave on Omaha beach and fought throughout France and Germany..

Code: 55530

25.00 GBP


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US Army 16th Infantry 1st Infantry Division Patch



Post War US Army 16th Infantry pocket patch. Embroidered with a plastic backing and in mint condition.
Measures 2 7/8" x 3 5/16

16th Infantry 1st Infantry fought in North Africa, Sicily and 6th June D Day the regiment landed on the first wave on Omaha beach. The rest is history.

Code: 55529

12.00 GBP


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US Army 1st Infantry Division Patch



A US Army WWII 1st Infantry Division patch in near mint condition, removed from album with minor glue residue to the backs.

The division landed in Oran, Algeria on 8 November 1942 as part of Operation Torch, the Allied invasion of French North Africa. In July 1943, the division took part in the Allied invasion of Sicily, code named Operation Husky, still under the command of Major General Allen. Lieutenant General George S. Patton. The 1st Infantry Division and one regimental combat team from the 29th Infantry Division comprised the first wave of troops that assaulted German Army defenses on Omaha Beach on D-Day. The division fought through France, Ardennes Belgium and into Germany.
Casualties were KIA1973 wounded 11448 Missing 951 POW 631.

Code: 55524

20.00 GBP


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US Army 1st Infantry Division Patch



A scarce green back 1st Division patch in good un-issued condition.

The division landed in Oran, Algeria on 8 November 1942 as part of Operation Torch, the Allied invasion of French North Africa. In July 1943, the division took part in the Allied invasion of Sicily, code named Operation Husky, still under the command of Major General Allen. Lieutenant General George S. Patton. The 1st Infantry Division and one regimental combat team from the 29th Infantry Division comprised the first wave of troops that assaulted German Army defenses on Omaha Beach on D-Day. The division fought through France, Ardennes Belgium and into Germany.
Casualties were KIA1973 wounded 11448 Missing 951 POW 631.

Code: 55523

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