A note on this History section. I did not footnote the Library of Congress HQ FUSAG Twelfth Army Situation Maps 1944 & 1945. They are found at https://www.loc.gov/item/2001628569/ so consider this to be the footnote for all of them.
All of the Battalion map coordinates were translated at http://echodelta.net/mbs/eng-translator.php. When you click on a map coordinate highlighted in red it will open in Google Maps at a two mile distance with a red marker. Zoom into the map and the red marker is place exactly in the center of that translated coordinate. Understand that in some cased this might not be the exact position of the 244th but it is very close to where the position was.
There are towns, villages and a few map coordinates that are not yet located. Those are the locations that are not highlighted in red, so feel free to find them.
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The following article, “244th Field Artillery Battalion” was donated by Patrick Feng, Foundation Programs and Operations Coordinator at the Army Historical Foundation and a regular contributor to the “On Point” publication. These article summaries the 244th Field Artillery Battalion history. 244th FA Bn. Patrick Feng