One Last Mission
This site is dedicated to my father and all of the men that he served with in his company, platoon, and 94th Infantry Division. He served with the 94th Inf. Div., 302nd Reg., L Company.
It is also dedicated to all who went to defend this country and the free world, during W.W.II. and supported that undertaking back at home as well.
Stanley and Betty Potocki
The purpose of this site is to provide insight to our research on a group of men that served in WWII along with my father, Stanley J. Potocki. What started out as "getting a little information about my father", turned out to be a quest for a lot of information, research and meetings with the surviving members and the families. My wife and I have traveled to both coasts and many states in between, to meet with the men and their families. Everyone we have meet through this experience has been very willing and eager to help. People have shared their homes and meals with us, along with sharing some of the most difficult and painful times of their lives. Many of the people that we have met, have become close friends.
This project was documented this through contact with the men and their families, Internet research, pictures, interviews and various company reunions. Immediately, it became obvious that we needed to share the information that we had gathered with family and friends of the 94th. Family and members of the 94th soon began asking if they could get copies of the information that we had as well as finding other platoon or company men that they were interested in finding. As the project grew, questions such as, "...why don't you write a book on this" soon started to come up. After much encouragement and support from the members of the L company and their families, I started to write this book.
Great site with information about the members of the division and its history
POW's are eligible to receive medal from the United States Government. This is the site which has the application form
Site where application can be found for members of the military that that fought in the battle of the bulge
Company L 302 Infantry Division
Local Midwest chapter
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