Named WW2 84th Infantry Division Uniform Group – Savko

Impressive Named WW2 84th Infantry Division Uniform Group (Alexander John Savko).

Presents in overall very good condition – with wear consistent with age and long-term storage.

Group includes:

  1. 2-pocket Ike style jacket (marked with stamped laundry number S-2398) – featuring 84th Infantry Division patch with unique and extremely rare “Railsplitters” under rocker, beautiful set of 334th Infantry Regiment DUIs, CIB, ribbon rack, and accompanying accoutrements;
  2. 2 Garrison Caps;
  3. Pair of Dress Pants; and
  4. an archive of period documents, books, maps, and “Railsplitter” newspapers – all related to the 84th Infantry Division’s service in WW2.

*Artifact(s) come(s) with a packet of printed research paperwork related to Alexander J. Savko – including (where available) subject’s general vital statistics/subject’s military records/additional insights into subject’s military service. [Please note that this research was performed exclusively by/for Magi Militaria utilizing subscription-based archives, database resources, and other various internet searchable sources – included research may contain records from U.S. government archives, but the information furnished in this packet was not produced via NARA/NPRC information request.]

According to our research, Sergeant Alexander John Savko (ASN: 33412398), a native of Homestead, Pennsylvania, served with H Company, 334th Infantry Regiment, 84th Infantry Division during WW2. Sent overseas in September 1944 with the 334th Infantry Regiment, Sergeant Savko would have been with the unit throughout its campaigns in France, Belgium, and Germany – including the heroic defense of the town of Marche, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge – and would receive the Bronze Star Medal for his actions in the Second World War.

An outstanding named 84th Infantry Division/Battle of the Bulge uniform group with incredible history.