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In the News (Sun 16 Jun 19)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Krueger was “a square-jawed figure who looked like a commander” and he was “regarded as heading for the top” as early as 1916, when he participated in the U.S. expedition to Mexico, John Michael, a British author on military topics, said in an interview.
Krueger was a staff officer in France during World War I and a colonel in the postwar occupation.
Krueger demonstrated a flair for running an army during MacArthur’s amphibious campaign in New Guinea and neighboring islands and in subsequent fighting in the Philippines.
www.marinetimes.com /print.php?f=0-292308-1918087.php   (536 words)

 Walter Krueger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walter Krueger (1881-1967) was a German-American soldier and general in the first half of the 20th century.
He is best known for his command of the U.S. Sixth Army in the South West Pacific Area during World War II.
Krueger was born in Flatow, West Prussia on January 26, 1881.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Walter_Krueger   (88 words)

 Third United States Army   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Walter Krueger was born January 26, 1881, in Flatow, West Prussia, which is now Zlotow, Poland.
In June 1938 Brigadier General Krueger became commander of the 16th Infantry Brigade at Fort George Meade, Maryland, and in February 1939 he was promoted to major general in command of the 2nd Division at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
LTG Krueger took command of the Sixth Army in January of 1943 in Australia, and remained with the Sixth throughout its combat periods of World War II.
www.arcent.army.mil /history/com_bios/cg_wkrueger.html   (527 words)

 Inventory of the General Walter Krueger Papers: 1943-1945
Walter Krueger (1881-1967), General in the United States Army and commander of the 6th Army during World War II, military educator, historian and scholar, was born in Flatow, West Prussia (now Zlotow, Poland) 26 January 1881.
Krueger was promoted to full General (1945) after two years of fighting, in which the 6th Army under General Krueger was the principle striking force in the Southwest Pacific Area, part of the most extensive series of amphibious operations in military history.
Walter Krueger (1881-1967), General in the United States Army and commander of the 6th Army during World War II, military educator, historian and scholar, was born in Flatow, West Prussia (now Zlotow, Poland) 26 January 1881, the son of Julius O. Krueger and Anne (Hasse) Krueger.
www.lib.utexas.edu /taro/tamucush/00077/tamu-00077.html   (1447 words)

 James M. Krueger of the Department of Veterinary and Comparative Anatomy, Pharmacology and Physiology (VCAPP)
Krueger, J.M., J.A. Majde, C.M. Blatteis, J. Endsley, R.A. Ahokas, and A.B. Cady.
Opp, M.R., A.E. Postlethwaite, J.M. Seyer, and J.M. Krueger.
Krueger, J.M. Cytokine involvement in sleep responses to infection and physiological sleep.
www.vetmed.wsu.edu /research_vcapp/krueger/additional_publications.asp   (3920 words)

 UCSD Department of Computer Science and Engineering - Ingolf Krueger
Krueger is the co-holder of a U.S. patent granted in June 2002 for "automatically generating a program." He developed a method, an apparatus and a computer program for automatically generating program from information about the cooperation/interaction of individual components.
One example: the interaction of components required to establish the locking or unlocking of a central locking system in a car; by means of Krueger's method, one could then automatically generate programs for the components executing these tasks.
Ingolf Krueger arrived at UCSD in 2001 as an Assistant Research Scientist with the California Insitute for Telecommunications and Information Technology.
www-cse.ucsd.edu /facresearch/facultyprofiles/KruegerI.html   (311 words)

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Krueger and other lawyers saw a need for expanded information to be easily available at no cost to the public.
Krueger’s and the WSBA’s ultimate goal is to have all official case law posted on the Washington State Supreme Court Web site.
Krueger was recently appointed to the Commission on Supreme Court Reports to explore how the court might implement such a program.
www.wsba.org /media/releases/2002/kreuger.htm   (352 words)

 Walter Krueger
Walter Krueger was born in Flatow, West Prussia, on 20th January 1881.
Krueger was sent to the Western Front in France during the First World War and by the end of the conflict was chief of the Tank Corps and had obtained the rank of colonel.
It was not until October 1944 that Krueger first saw action when he took part in the Leyte campaign.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /2WWkrueger.htm   (292 words)

 Gallien Krueger Amp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Krueger was the Herald L. and Caroline L. Ritch Professor in Humanities and Sciences in the Department of Economics at Stanford University.
Ms Krueger had previously taught at the University of Minnesota and Duke University and, from 1982 to 1986, was the World Bank's Vice President for Economics and Research.
Krueger is a Distinguished Fellow and past President of the American Economic Association, a member of the National Academy of Sciences, and a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
www.wwwtln.com /finance/84/gallien-krueger-amp.html   (1029 words)

 Taking Villa Verde Trail   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Surprisingly, Krueger agreed and told the division commander, “I’m fully satisfied that your division has done and is doing all that is humanly possible under the incredibly difficult terrain conditions and resistance facing it.” Krueger then instructed Gill to continue the attack with what he had.
Krueger and Swift knew that the Japanese positions on northern Luzon were located on a triangular perimeter encompassing the most treacherous reaches of the Caraballo Mountains, which protected the Cagayen Valley, a breadbasket for the Japanese.
Krueger instructed Swift that his corps’ first objective was to pry open the door to the valley, thereby cutting off the Japanese supplies at the source.
www.thehistorynet.com /wwii/blvillaverdetrail   (1392 words)

 1st - Jacob   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
William Krueger was born on Aug 24 1904 in Kief, North Dakota.
Walter Krueger was born on Jun 13 1911 in Kief, North Dakota.
Arthur Krueger was born on Nov 21 1913 in Kief, North Dakota.
lylea.krueger.com /d12.htm   (173 words)

 Schroeder v. Burleigh County, 252 N.W.2d 893 (N.D. 1977)
Krueger was not made a party but was notified of the appeal by letter, which urged that he contact his lawyer.
When the possible consequences of the appeal of the County Board's decision to rezone Krueger's property are considered it is most difficult to conclude that Krueger did not have a vital, and significant interest to protect.
We hold that the district court abused its discretion in failing to grant Krueger's Rule 60(b) motion for relief from its order of judgment rendered in a proceeding in which Krueger was not made a party and was not present to protect his interests.
www.court.state.nd.us /court/opinions/9299.htm   (1908 words)

 Walter Krueger, General, United States Army
Krueger Hill, named for Gen. Walter Krueger, was once part of Camp Bowie, a sprawling World War II U.S. Army camp south of Brownwood.
Mail addressed to Johnson at "Krueger Hill, Brownwood, Texas" has found its way to her for 44 years, but the post office has notified her that the address is changing to the less historic, but more specific, 4630 Highway 377 S. in November.
Krueger, who retired in 1946 as a full general, however, didn’t accept the invitation.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /wkrueger.htm   (1057 words)

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As Treasurer, Krueger chairs the WSBA Budget and Audit Committee, which oversees the WSBA's $12 million annual budget.
Krueger, who was elected to the Board of Governors by WSBA members in the first congressional district, is serving his final year of a three-year term on the Board.
Krueger also serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of Kirkland Interfaith Transitions in Housing, a grassroots, nonprofit housing program.
www.wsba.org /media/releases/2000/krueger.htm   (364 words)

 loyola Univ. Health Sys. - Urology - Research Faculty/James Walter
Walter, JS, Sacks, J, Othman, R, Rankin, AZ, Nemchausky, B, Chintam, R, Wheeler, J. A database of self-reported secondary medical problems among VA spinal cord injury patients: Its role in clinical care and management.
Walter, JS, Wheeler, JS, Cai, W., King, WW, Wurster, RD. Evaluation of a suture electrode for direct bladder stimulation in a lower motor neuron lesioned animal model.
Walter JS, Wheeler JS, Robinson CJ, Wurster RD: Inhibiting the hyperreflexia bladder with electrical stimulation in a spinal animal model.
www.luhs.org /depts/urology/html/reswalt.htm   (1928 words)

 :: Stella Sole ::
His father, a friend of the family, is Walter Krüger, a widower brewery of Munich.
She discovers that Walter and Dora, Chris´s mother, are lovers and moreover that Chris is Walter´s daughter and therefore she is Udo´s sister.
Walter has discovered the impossible love born between Udo and Chris.
www.stellasole.com /cl_hist2.asp?id=3   (2797 words)

 Third Army/ARCENT/CFLCC - History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
From May 1941 until February 1943, the Third Army was commanded by Lieutenant General Walter Krueger.
Krueger had in his Third Army two men who would gain fame.
In January of 1943, Krueger reported to MacArthur and took command of his new army.
www.arcent.army.mil /history/max.asp   (339 words)

 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Book: Krueger's Online Genealogy (Copyright June, 2002): Descendant ...
Evelyn Krueger, born 30 August 1919 in Wausau, Marathon County, Wisconsin; died 17 March 1985 in Merrill, Lincoln County, Wisconsin.
Walter Krueger, born 1898 in,, Wisconsin; died Aft.
Clara Krueger, born 06 September 1899 in Town of Texas, Marathon County, Wisconsin; died 07 January 1978 in Wausau, Marathon County, Wisconsin.
familytreemaker.genealogy.com /users/k/r/u/Denise-Krueger/BOOK-0001/0010-0002.html   (614 words)

 World Wars I and II
Although Lieutenant General Huebner was known as a student of military arts and science, a trainer of troops, and the commanding general of U.S. Army, Europe, it is as a commander of troops in battle that he should be remembered.
General Walter Krueger was one of the Army's most accomplished strategists and tacticians.
Walter Bedell Smith entered the Officers Reserve Corps in 1917 and served with the 4th Infantry Division in France during World War I. Following a number of routine postwar assignments, the Army recognized his intellectual qualities and posted him, alternately as student and instructor, to a succession of military schools.
cgsc.leavenworth.army.mil /carl/resources/ftlvn/ww2.asp   (5776 words)

 Handbook of Texas Online: KRUEGER, WALTER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Walter Krueger, United States Army general, was born in Flatow, Germany, the son of Julius O. and Anne (Hasse) Krueger, on January 26, 1881.
After enlisting in 1898 as a private in the Spanish-American War, Krueger served during several wars and military engagements, progressed through the officer ranks, and was promoted to lieutenant general in command of Third Army headquarters in San Antonio by 1941.
Krueger was promoted to full general by 1945.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/print/KK/fkr2.html   (294 words)

 Phoenix Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Cherokee citizen was part of the Alamo Scouts, which was an elite unit formed in late 1943 by Lt. General Walter Krueger who commanded the 6th U.S. Army.
Krueger envisioned that the Alamo Scouts, consisting of small teams of highly trained volunteers, would operate deep behind enemy lines to provide intelligence gathering and tactical reconnaissance in advance of 6th U.S. Army landing operations.
The scouts were named for Krueger's beloved association with San Antonio, Texas, and the Alamo.
www.cherokee.org /Phoenix/2004/PhoenixPage.asp?ID=1260   (824 words)

 Editorial February 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Despite humble origins, and having never attended college, Krueger slowly made a name for himself by his thoroughness with his men and his translation of a number of German military manuals into English.
In May 1941, just months before Pearl Harbor, Krueger became the only foreign-born officer to command a U.S. army during World War II when he was promoted to lieutenant general and given command of the Third Army.
But…few officers had a clearer grasp of what another war would demand of the Army.” Despite his solid reputation within the Army, Krueger remained on the sidelines for the first part of the war as the Third Army trained men for combat and officers who were his junior made reputations for themselves.
www.thehistorynet.com /wwii/editorial_02_03   (681 words)

 Walter Krueger - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Walter Krueger - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Walter Krueger was born in Zlotow (then Flatow), Poland, on January 26, 1881.
This page was last modified 10:33, 15 May 2005.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Walter_Krueger   (114 words)

 Church history
On August 13, 1939, with nearly all the men of the congregation a number of the ladies present, the decision was made to go ahead with the construction of a church building.
Charlie Rost and Walter Schuster were appointed on April 12, 1942 to erect a sign on the church lawn.
On October 24, 1943 Walter Schuster was appointed to erect a rock wall on the south side of the church property.
www.stjohn-lcms.com /history.htm   (5085 words)

 6th Battalion Memorial Page
In late 1943, Lieutenant General Walter Krueger, who had recently become commanding general of Sixth Army, created the elite force that he named; Alamo Scouts.
Krueger was so favorably impressed with the scouts' effectiveness that he decided to create a bigger force to do on a large scale what the scouts had done on a small one.
Krueger selected Lieutenant Colonel Henry A. Mucci, an aggressive 1936 West Point graduate, to lead the soon-to-be-formed battalion.
darbysrangers.tripod.com /id114.htm   (479 words)

Walter Krueger, the US Sixth Army commander, was notified of the Cabanatuan camp's existence by Major Robert Lapham, the senior USAFFE guerrilla leader in Luzon.
By January 26, with Sixth Army forward units nearing Cabanatuan, Gen. Krueger became increasingly concerned of the situation at the camp, and with his intelligence officer, Col. Horton White, called in the special reconnaisance unit attached to his Sixth Army - the Alamo Scouts - for a briefing.
On March 3, 1945, General Walter Krueger presented the men with awards: Mucci and Prince both received the Distinguished Service Cross, the other American officers received Silver Stars.
www.fecgp.org /html/greatraid.html   (1299 words)

 The American Thinker
A month later, General Krueger, at MacArthur’s request, was assigned to command the 6th Army.
A veteran of the Spanish-American War, Philippines combat and WW1, Krueger was known as a superb tactician and trainer of soldiers.
General Krueger summed it up superbly in his book when he wrote: “Highest honors must be accorded the officers and men of our combat units, who with incomparable skill, gallantry, determination and tenacity defeated the fanatical enemy in close and bitter combat on exceedingly difficult terrain.
www.americanthinker.com /articles.php?article_id=4298   (1141 words)

Krueger had first learned of the existence of the camp when he landed on Lingayen Gulf and was met by a number of American officers who had remained in the Philippines since 1942 leading Filipino guerrillas against the Japanese.
If these possibilities were to be averted, the Americans would first have to take the compound by surprise before their own main forces arrived in the area and then evacuate the prisoners to friendly lines before the Japanese could react.
Krueger assigned this difficult mission to the 6th Ranger Battalion on the recommendation of his G2, Colonel Horton White.
www.4point2.org /cabanatuan.htm   (6172 words)

 SurfWax: News, Reviews and Articles On Walter
Walter Bonatti was the hero of heroes; a man way ahead of his time whose mountaineering prowess was awe-inspiring.
Walter Krueger, now 80, drove a priest eight miles east from Longmont, where Krueger was manager of the Knights of Columbus hall.
Go for a ride -- As Walter Bailey was walking to his car in the parking lot of a restaurant in west Casper, he was accosted by four strangers and taken for a ride in the second week of September 1930...
geography.surfwax.com /files/Walter_Mountain.html   (4349 words)

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