Definitions for "104th Infantry Division"
The 104th Infantry Division —nicknamed the Timberwolf Division— was a division of the United States Army that fought for 195 consecutive days during World War II. Some 34,000 men served with the division under the leadership of General Terry Allen, who was much admired despite his nickname, "Terrible Terry". The division's first action came in October of 1944 during the taking of Achtmaal and Zundert in Holland.