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During World War II, the 100th Infantry Division, known as the Centurymen, fought 185 days of uninterrupted ground combat in France and Germany. Among their accomplishments were liberating or capturing 400 towns and taking 13,000 prisoners. Division casualties were high with 916 killed and 3,656 wounded. Four North Carolinians--Joe Collie, Roland Giduz, Horace Kornegay, and Tom Tillet--served with the 100th and relate their stories.