This will take me awhile to get complete and if anyone has something on this they wish to post here-please do. Please leave any just remarks to the other thread so as not to mess up the continuity for this one. This is going to take me time to get everything i have posted. I do not have any original photos to post so it will be only text. That said, the vast majority of this info comes from an excellent book and the best on the subject ive ever seen to date--which is called: The Malmedy Massacre and is by: John M. Bauserman. The Author spent many years researching the subject as well as interviewing American and German Vets.
Ill start off with, that most of those American Soldiers murdered that day in the fields near the tiny village of: Baugnez on: December 17th 1944. Most of the Malmedy victims were from the: Battery "B" of the 285th Field Artillery Observation Battalion their home Base was Fort Sill, in Oklahoma. Of the 82 men murdered that day--69 were from this Battalion including from it's Headquarters unit.
Two men from the 200th Field Artillery Battalion were victims.
Eight of the victims were from the: Recon Company of the 3nd Armored Regiment.
Two were from the 546th Ambulance Company.
The last man was from the: 86th Engineer Battalion (Heavy Pontoon)