The 328th Infantry Regiment

Welcome to an Unofficial 328th Infantry Regiment Page

The 328th Infantry Regiment was a heroic regiment who fought for the allies in World War One and World War Two. The most famous soldier of the 328th was Captain York of company "G", fighting in World War I. This site is dedicated to another hero of that Regiment, my Uncle, Doyle B. Smith, and his comrades, both living and at rest.

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  2. Insignia Symbolism
  3. History
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  5. Maps and Documentation
  6. Photographs
  7. Casualties
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Resources

Third Army of WWII

26th Infantry Division


328th Infantry Regiment


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Insignia and Symbolism

The patch that was worn by members of the 328th Infantry Division During WWII is the regimental shield depicted to the left.

There are three elements of the patch and these are the Fleur-de-lys, the Alligator, and the minuteman.

The Fleur-de-Lys are symbolic of the three great salients in which the 328th fought during WWI. These salients were Saint Mihiel, the Meuse-Argonne, and Lorraine.

The alligator is symbolic of the State of Florida where the division was headquartered for a time in Tampa.

The minuteman, symbolic of the American revolution, also is a reminder that the core of the division would be ever at the ready for sudden reactivation.

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Maps

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Photos

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Casualties

WWI

WWII


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