98th Infantry Division, WW II

Bibliography and Suggest Reading

Known Publications - 98th Infantry Division

  98th Infantry Division in Training  - Out of Print

  History of the 389th Inf. Reg. in World War 2 - Out of Print

  The History of the 391st Infantry - Out of Print

  368th  Kentucky to Japan  - Out of Print

Photographs by Detachment No. 9, 3925 Signal Photo Company

  98th Division, "Iroquois" 50 Years of Service - Out of Print

  Professional on Review 1981  - Out of Print


Proud and Ready 1995  - Out of Print

 Strength in Reserve  The 98th Infantry Division in WW II

Available upon request - see 98th Division Store

  

Commands, 98th Infantry Division- reprints maybe available from Publisher

   Index to the General Orders 98th Inf. Division

Copies available :  D-Day Militaria , 733 Hazlett Ave., Brackenridge, Pa 15014

  An Encounter With History: The 98th Division (Institutional Training) And The Global War On Terrorism 2001-2005 - Available thru Amazon,com

Complete Bibliography and Suggested Reading

  • World War II, Order of Battle, by Shelby Stanton, Gallahad Books, NY, 1984
  • History of Camp Breckinridge, by Peyton Heady, Imperial Printing, 1987
  • The Origins of Camp Rucker, by Val McGee, pub. Dale County Historical Society, 1987
  • The History of the 389th Infantry Regiment, by John G. Irvin, The Hobson Book Press, New York, NY 1946
  • The History of the 391st Infantry Regiment, Newsfoto Publishing Co., San Angelo, Texas, 1946
  • The Invasion of Japan, Alternative to the Bomb, by John Ray Skates, University of South Carolina Press, S.C., 1994
  • From Down Under to Nippon, Walter Kruger, Battery Classics, 1989
  • Code Name Downfall, by Thomas, B. Allen & Noman Pomar, Somon and Schuster, 1995
  • Paste; Deception in the Invasion of Japan, by Dr. Thomas H. Hueber.
  • Proud and Ready, an Historical Profile of the 98th Iroquois Division, 1995
  • Professionals on Review, an Historical Profile of the 98th Iroquois Division
  • Shoulder Sleeve Insignia of the U.S. Armed Forces 1941 -1945 by Richard W. Smith, 1981
  • The World Almanac of World War II, Edited by Peter Young, Bison Books Co., 1986
  • The Organization of Ground Combat Troops, by Kent Roberts Greenfield, Robert R. Palmer and Bell I. Wiley. Center of Military History, United States Army, Washington, D.C., first printed 1946 CMH Pub 2-1
  • The Procurement and Training of Ground Combat Troops, by Robert R. Palmer, Bell I. Wiley and William R. Keast of the Historical Section Army Ground Forces, Center of Military History, United States Army, Washington D.C., first printed 1948 CMH Pub 2-2
  • Strategic Planning for Coalition Warfare, 1943-1944 Maurice Matloff Center of Military History, United States Army, Washington, D.C. CMH Pub 70-7
  • The War Reports of General of the Army, George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff, J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia & New York
  • How They Won the War in the Pacific, by Edwin P. Hoyt
  • Reports of General MacArthur, The Campaigns of MacArthur in the Pacific, Vol. 1 CMH Pub 13-3, MacArthur in Japan: The Occupation: Military Phase, Vol.1 Supplement CMH Pub 13-4
  • Strategy and Compromise, by Samuel Eliot Morrison, Little, Brown and Co. 1958
  • The History of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in World War II, The War Against Japan, by Grace Person Hayes, Naval Institute Press, 1982
  • "Howlin" Mad vs The Army, by Harry A. Gailey, Presido Press
  • Hawaii Under the Rising Sun; Japan's Plans for the Conquest After Pearl Harbor, John J. Stephen
  • A History of Large-Scale Army Maneuvers in the United States, 1935-1964, Jean R. Moenk
  • In The Presence of Soldiers, The 2nd Army Maneuvers & Other World War II Activity in Tennessee, by Woody MacMillin, Horton Heights Press, Nashville, 2010
  • Death is Lighter than a Feather, by David Westheimer, University of North Texas Press, 1971
  • Soldiers: The Fighting Divisions of the Regular Army, by Bruce Jacobs, W.W. Norton & Co., Inc., New York, 1958
  • Index to the General Orders, 98th Infantry Division, by Brandon T. Wiegand, D-Day Militaria, 2002
  • An Encounter With History: The 98th Division (Institutional Training) And The Global War On Terrorism by Timothy Hansen and Jocene D. Preston, 2001-2005

(The following from the National Archives and Records Admin., College Park Md.)

U.S. Army Forces Middle Pacific and Predessor Commands Dec. 7, 1941 - Sept. 2,1945 Special Staff U.S. Army, Historical Division  HUSAFMIDPAC

  • History of Chemical Warfare Service in the Middle Pacific Vol. IV & V
  • History of G-3 Section Vol. I & II
  • History of G-5 Section Vol. I
  • Brief of Exercises, Second Army Maeuver #3 Record Group 337, Stack 390, Row 59, Box 7-G
  • Army Ground Forces ( AGF Training) G-3 Section, Record Group 337. Box No.2
  • Training Reports, 98th Div. Record Group 338, 290-71-2, Box 1222