This DVD documents the history of the 4th Infantry Division from WWII to the 1960s, when it became part of STRAC (Strategic Armed Forces). Includes excellent documentation of the "Ivy Division's" World War II campaigns, from the beaches of Normandy to the occupation of Munich, Germany. The Normandy landings include scenes of the Division's 8th Regiment on Utah Beach. In recounting the 4th's drive into France, the film documents the regiment's activities in Cherborg, Quineville, St. Lo, the 22nd Regiment's fighting to penetrate the Nazi's line at Villedieu Falls and the role of the 12th Regiment in liberating Paris.
The film recounts the 4th's drive into Germany on September 12, 1944, the push through the Siegfreid Line and the fierce fighting in the Hurtgen Forest to the march into Munich by VE Day.
This video also includes scenes of the 4th training at Fort Lewis, Washington and Camp Gordon Johnston, Florida.