Army's 88th Infantry Division "Blue Devils", 2-350th Infantry Regiment during WWII and took part in the 4th and successful Allied advance on the formidable Gustav Line and Monte Cassino in Operation Diadem.
What does 88ID stand for?
88ID stands for 88th Infantry Division
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Beggs served as an officer in the 88th Infantry Division during World War II and saw action in Italy.
Army's 88th Infantry Division in Italy, was captured by the Germans and held as a prisoner of war in Germany and Poland for 16 months.
A veteran of World War II, he fought with the 350th Infantry Regiment 88th Infantry Division of the Army.
II United States Army Veteran and was a member of the Blue Devil's, 88th Infantry Division Association.