Army 79th Infantry Division, 313 Infantry Regiment - The Dim View
The Dim View - publication of the 313th Infantry Infromation and Education and Athletics and Recreation bulletin. Published in Graslitz, Czechoslovakia in the plant of "Das Volksblatt". Direction ... Maj. Harrie S. Keck. 1st Lt. Anthony P. Glasser, 1stLt. Francis D. Miller, 1stLt. Ralph B. Scott, Lt. Frederick G. Smith ... Editor ... S/Sgt. Bill O'Rourke ... Associate Editor and Photographer Cpl. Stig Stabe. ... Historical Features Pfc. Robert Deihl ... Censored and approved for mailing home by Capt. Thomas L. Lyons, regimental intelligence officer

The Dim View 1945 05 26 nr 01
The Dim View 1945 05 26 nr 01
I&E Set for Big Program- Lt. Henry J. Carothers of 313th Infantry From Normandy to the Ruhr- 313th Infantry photo --- Himmler dead- Heinrich Himmle --- 3-Point Sports Set-up- Lt. Francis D. Miller, 1st Lt. Orville K. Nutcher, Lt. Ralph B. Scott, Irh Jones, Lyle E. Bull, Vernon E. Hayden, Robert L. Michaels, Capt Frank H. Grundman ,,, Message from Col. Edwin M. Van Bibbe --- Patrols Made Attack easy- capture of Hamborn, home of Thyseen Steel work --- Reipertswiller Action Subject for Citatio --- Regiment Occupies Rich Area- Western Westphali --- MG Corporal Meets friends- Corp. Eric Vicktor- Nazis built a road over a Jewish cemeter --- Bulletin Staffers, Reporters named- Stig Stabe (Photographer), Sgt. Stanley Wilczek, Pfc. John Daley, Nick D. Coldings, Sgt. Nikolas Choronzy, Andrew J. Leimkuhler, Edward F. Younger, Thomas E Gill, Seymour Rabinowitz, Donald Sorenson, Hyman Newman, CPS Robes Cartoon, Feuders Ride in Same Meat Wagon- Pvt. Ray Rucker, Maurice L. Lazarus, Jospeh Mastale--- 20000 Americans in Russian Zones --- S/Sgt. R.J. Mallen, Pfc Harry L. Chappell, S/Sgt. Francis E. Kelly --- Julie Coway phot--- The Wolf Cartoon by Sanson --- Rifleman gets two Sans Rifle - Pfc. Normal F. Aldridge, L Company --- Hildegarde Photo- heard on the Raleigh Room.

The Dim View 1945 05 30 nr 02
The Dim View 1945 05 30 nr 02
Photo of Second Battalion Review Team: Charlie Cowan from Montrose CA, Jack Shutes from NYC, Thomas Russon of Jersey City NJ, Johnny Leas of Pineville, NC, Michael Scott, of Penn., Otis Arndt, Lee Matthews, and Hugh J. McKinnon of ME --- Cigarette Issue June 10 --- Pacific Roundup Topic of I&E Discussions- 1st Lt. Henry J. Carothers- Samurai practices --- Beautiful Memorial day prayer --- In London VE Day- PFC Earl Dickmann- B company runner- PFC Jim Hawthor --- Service Officer has Everything on his Program- 1st Lt. Ralph B. Scott , Lt. Chester Crawfor --- Hamborn claimed by I Company- S/Sgt. Salvadore Conte, Lt. Col. Roy M. Porte --- Weapond NCO off for Home in Big Rush- S/Sg. George R. Campbell , Eddie Kirkland, Goodrich Gamble, and Pfc. Larry Dure --- 3 H Company Men Can Wear Civvies- Albert E Wacher, Psy L. Bryant, Edward Hubbard, Jimmy Cha--- Going to Normandy - poem by PFC. Robert Deihl, regimental historian --- Scotts Tavern- photo Corp. Arthur Walter, Ira M. Fonteno --- What would Dr. Goebbels Think?- photo fo printing plant in Unna; Bill ORourke --- Photo Pfc. Reynaldo Camarena - Boxing Team Training in Massen Gym Being GI is Effective here - photo of Sgt. Rade Zizig and Lt.A/M/ Wolf- Yougoslavi --- Dim Wit by Sgt. Wilczek ---Stork Saves Day for Co. F Man - PFC Earl Brower --- Photo of Laraine Da --- 2 men leave for the States- Pfc. Louie C Bunch and Pfc. Ralph L. Sadler


The Dim View 1945 06 16 nr 04
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The Dim View 1945 06 20 nr 05
The Dim View 1945 06 20 nr 05
GI Joe Is Occupation Key, Job Big Test of US Soldier ... Men Will Select Courses in New Regiment Survey ... Promotions ... 313th Men Guarding Boundaries ... Chinaman's Chance Slim in Germany, Acrobat Reveals ... Col. Gooding Once Chauffeured for Gen. Marshall by Pfc. Edward F. Younger, Headquarters, 2nd Battalion; Lt. Col. Clarence F. Gooding of Clarksville, Texas ... Col. Van Bibber Sees Third Pass Review ... Intrducing Otto; comic drawn by Sgt. Bill Butler from Camden, N.J. ... Guard In Action: Pfc. A.K. Flynn ... Boxing in Graslitz with Lt. Francis D. Miller and Maj. Harrie S. Keck

The Dim View 1945 06 23 nr 06
The Dim View 1945 06 23 nr 06
Third Honors Its Fallen Comrades; Guard Liberty They Died For, Col. Porter Asks ... General Praises Rhine River Song By Pvt. Packer by Sgt. Nick Choronzy C Company; Maj. Gen. Ira T. Wyche ... First 313th Man Captured by Jerries, Returns Quickly by Pfc. Edward F. Younger Second Battalion; First Lt. John N. Jackson of Headquarters, Second Battalion and Privets Birnbaum and Robinson of H Company captured on June 19th ... Air Raid Alarm Is Put to Work ... Mayenne River and Capture of Laval by Pfc. Robert Deihl, Regimental Historian ... Patron of Graslitz: Richard Ritter von Dotzauer ... They're Point Crazy: T/4 Henry M. Jones, Company H cook and Pfc. Wiliam F. Ebner ... Swimming Pool Open Next Week ... Comic: Back Home Again by Sgt. Butler ... M Company Day Room Has Fine Facilities: S/Sgt. Grossman, Cpt. W.L. Crozier ... Comic Dim Wit by Wilczek ... New Medical Officer in First Battalion: Capt. Franck H. Zappacosta ofPhiladelphia, Penn.

The Dim View 1945 06 27 nr 07
The Dim View 1945 06 27 nr 07
Soldiers Know Colonel Hylton as Quiet, Efficient Commander; by CPL Raymond Chamberlain First Battalion, Lt. Col. William A. Hylton of Hillsville, Va ... Czech History Reveals Many Peace Problems ... Brother Together After Six Years by Pfc. A. G. Wilson Jr. A Company, Pfc. Ross C. Darnell and Sft. D Y. Darnell ... 44 AT Men End 3 Years in 79th by Pfc. R.W. Davis Anti-Tank Company ... A New Old Glory ... Them Wer The Days by Robert Deihl, Regimental Historian: Seine River Crossing done by the 313th troops over an old dam ... Oldest Topkick Set to go Home by S/Sgt. Bill Brackman Third Battalion: John McMahon from Brooklyn, N.Y. ... Promotions

The Dim View 1945 07 04 nr 09
The Dim View 1945 07 04 nr 09
Plan Made to Publish 313th History ... Celebrants' Guest of Honor: Brig. Gen. Leroy H. Watson ... Cut Loose, Today is the Fourth ... New PX Rations ... Winners to get Awards at Matches ... Rainchecks Issued ... One Year Ago Today ... Program - Schoenbach Area ... Lt. Francis Don Miller A&R officer, has wide experiences in sports ... Task Force Van Bibber ... Lt. Col. Daniel T. McFadden ... Major Harrie S. Keck

The Dim View 1945 07 07 nr 10
The Dim View 1945 07 07 nr 10
313th Doughs Make More History With July Fourth Sports Festival; Second Battalion With 117 ... C Company Wins Drill ... Congratulations! by Col. Edwin M. Van Bibber ... Best of Smiles by Red Cross gals ... Regiment's Newest Major Has Seen Many Branches of Army: Maj. Charles E. Freeman ... Report Good Times On Pilsen Passes by Pfc. A.W. Firko ... First Boxing Show Mets Enthusiasm by Pfc. Frank Muir ... Our Thanks to All; 1st L. Francis D. Miller and 2nd Lt. Frederic G. Smith directors A&R Program ... G Commanderto Go to 16th Armored by Sgt. Don Sorenson; Capt. Brian DuMond ... Baker Company Band in Action: Pfc. Kenneth Walker, Pfc. Harry McCracker, Pvt. Vincent Hurd, T/4 Martin Pressley, Pfc. Charles Barbeiri, S/Sgt Paul Desrochers, Lt. Ted Mastoris ... Comic The Wolf by Sansone ... Remember That Rumpus In Ramicourt ... Turnbull Leaves, Glossip Takes Over ... Marie de Wolfe, A Parka Is More Appropriate


The Dim View 1945 07 25 nr 15
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The Dim View 1945 08 25 nr 22
The Dim View 1945 08 25 nr 22
Assistant Division Commander Col. E.M. Fickett ... Welcome to the 313th Infantry, men of the 99th! ... Four I Company Heroes Decorated Before Transferring Out of Unit by Dwight B. Mitchell: S/Sgt. John W Owens and Sgt. Angelo Baraconi were awarded the Silver Star and T/Sgt. Wiley V. Johnson and S/Sgt. Earl S. McGuire received the Bronze Star ... Taps Once More; Pfc. D.C. Lantz, E Company blows the bugle at Camp Bode ... Colorado Sheepherder' Fooled The Boys With Combat Stamina by T/5Maxwel Awner; James A.J. "Pop" Aylor ... It took horses and a southern accent to whip the parroy supply problem by Pfc. Robert Diehl; Cpl Brussard from Louisiana ... Correspondent Gives Account of Action at Reipertswiller ... Private that made path thru artillery final action gets silver star by Alex G. Wilson Jr.; Pfc. Frank Foggiano

The Dim View 1945 09 22 nr 27
The Dim View 1945 09 22 nr 27
313th Honored at Luneville Liberation Ceremonies; 40 men attend anniversary rites --- Capt. Dargin, Second Bn. Exec. Off. has had varied career --- Anti-tank company's camp McCabe plaque recalls fallen comrades --- Photo of Able Company standing retreat --- Football Opener Sunday! --- Point System Blues --- Service Company News-Letter --- Going home soon, notify correspondents now --- T/Sgt Robert E. Gerstung receiving the Congressional Medal of Honor --- 313th Gladiators return with 18th Inf. --- 313th Ringmen defeat First Division sluggers --- Lt Don Miller --- Franck Escobar and Victor Brand --- Shade of Camp Pickett --- Blessed Event in G Company --- Church Services --- Two good men: Alex G. Wilson, Jr. and Edwin Kuss --- Sgt. Gerhardt supervising unloading of bear kegs --- Able company has new cooks: Kenneth Arnold, Eugene Kofstad, Hyman Froedge and Pvt. Eubanks --- Anti-Tank Co. has its headaches: 1/Sgt. Woodrow Hall --- Drawing by Bill Butler --- Names on Pass lists to Switzerland, Rivera, Paris


The Dim View 1945 09 29 nr 29
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The Dim View 1945 10 05 nr 30
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