Text Box: LIBERATORS
Text Box: Rosters by Order Of Battle  
Combat Command A
· CCA HQ
· 9th Tank Battalion
· 8th Armored Infantry Battalion
· 412th Armored Field Artillery Bn.
Combat Command B
· CCB HQ
· 20th Tank Battalion
· 65th  Armored Infantry Battalion
· 413th Armored Field Artillery Bn.
Combat Command R
· Reserve Command
· 27th Tank Battalion
· 70th Armored Infantry Battalion
· 414th Armored Field Artillery Bn.
Divisional Troops
· HQ
· 160th Armored Signal Company
· 33rd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squad. (Mechanized)
· 220th Armored Engineer Battalion
· 220th Armored Medical Battalion
· 138th Armored Ordnance Battalion
· Division Administration 
· Division Band
· Division Trains
· MP Platoon
· Unassigned
 
Maps
· Crossing the Rhine
· Dachau and Munich
· Affing and Aichach
· The Assault by Task Force 20

Text Box: The 20th Armored Division
“Beware the Ides of March”

Text Box: Welcome to the home site of the 20th Armored Division Association.  This site is neither controlled nor sanctioned by Government authority, rather, it is presented as historical reference and information.

Text Box: Overview and Statstics
· Preface
· Organizational Highlights
· Training
· Unit Commanders/Key Staff Personnel
· Combat Highlights
· Dachau Concentration Camp 
· Battle Deaths
· Awards and Decorations
· The Vehicles
· The Opposition
· The Plan for Japan
 
The Proud History of the 
20th Armored Division
· Birth of an Armored Division
· Moving Up—Action on the Rhine
· Crossing the Rhine
· The Combat of Task Force 20
· The Combat of CC A, R, and Task Force 65
· The Drive to Salzburg and the End of the War
 
Miscellaneous
· Division Association  Executive Council Roster
· Association Membership
· Further References
· Photographs
· Links
· Newsletters 
· Reunion Information
· History Book Order Form

Text Box: The 20th Armored Division was one of the army’s most traveled, yet least heralded divisions.  Formed in 1943, the Division started life as a training unit but later saw combat in Europe in the closing months of the Second World War.

Text Box: The majority of photographs and images used on this site have been supplied by Veterans of the 20th Armored Division, and remain the property of those veterans, and the 20th Armored Division Association.  All others remain the property of their originators.  You may contact the site  administrator at:
20th Armored Division Web Master

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