Related Websites
A Helping Hand

4th Infantry Division Home Page
http://www.4thinfantry.org

History of the 8th Infantry Division, 28th Infantry Regiment
http://www.militaria.com/8th/28thhistory4.html

9th Infantry Division Website
www.9thinfantrydivision.net

WW II Medal of Honor Recipients
http://distantcousin.com/military/medalofhonor/wwii/

Military Control Center - WW II Battle Fields - The Huertgen Forest
http://www.xs4all.nl/~hulsmann/huertgen.html

U. S. Army Center of Military History
http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/

American World War II Orphans Network (AWON)
http://www.awon.org
Site listing over 40 links to Hürtgen related websites.  Enter Hürtgen in the search box.
http://www.searchmil.com
"Truce in the Forest" - A touching story of an unusual truce Christmas eve, 1944.  Story by Fritz Vincken
http://www.afn.co.kr/archives/readings/truce.htm
Hürtgenwald Museum Site
http://www.huertgenwald.de/hwmuseng.html
Scorpio's Personal Website - The Battle of Huertgen Forest.         This site contain many recent pictures of the Huertgen Forest.
http://home.scarlet.be/~cv920172/index.htm

8th Infantry Division Association site.
http://www.8thid.org/
An Historiography of the Huertgen Forest Campaign 1944-1945.
http://members.aeroinc.net/breners/buckswar/hist_text.html
The Hürtgenwald Museum and the local community will be hosting several events in October & November to remember the horrific battles in 1944.  Futher information and brochure with a the schedule can be found at this website.
http://www.huertgenwald.de/60-hwei.html
A great website showing clips of video called "You Enter Germany".  Also has some interesting links listed.
http://www.konejung-stiftung.de/You_Enter_Germany_EN.htm
A website dealing with anyone suffering from Mesothelioma.
This site, www.MesotheliomaSymptoms.com, is an excellent resource to learn about Asbestos in the military and the various treatment options for Mesothelioma.

A website  focused on the unit history of the HQ Company, 112th Infantry, covering the period from Normandy through the Hurtgen battle and beyond.  Look especially at the link to November 1944, which addresses the time fighting in the Huertgen Forest.   http://112th-infantry.blogspot.com/

A website designed to keep the memory of this important part of WWII alive.  Great photos. Much of the website is in German, but some in English as well.  www.gegen-das-vergessen.org