I'm so hoping someone here can help me. My dad, still living at age 85, but suffering from dementia, has always told me he was in Company B., 47th Infantry Regiment, the 103rd Infantry Division during WWII. He was sent overseas in Feb. 1945, and said he joined the 103rd south of the Sigfried Line in France. He said he was with the "Cactus" brigade, or division. I have been doing web searches with that info above for a year and haven't found anything. Seems I can't find a 47th Inf. Regiment attached to the 103rd, and the only "Cactus" information I find pertains to the Pacific T.O. I even have a WWII map that my dad gave me, called "The Cactus Route, 500 Fighting Miles." This map shows a route from south of the Sigfried Line, then crossing it and going in a northeasterly direction into Germany, crossing briefly back into France and then back to Germany and south to Austria. When germany surrendered, my dad was posted at Dachau, watching over German POWs. I have photos of him there. So why can't I find a single bit of information about this online? I am so hoping someone here can help me out!