Campaigns of the 34th Infantry Division is a visual history of the Red Bull Division during World War II. The 34th Infantry Division fought in Algeria, Tunisia and Italy from November 1942 to May 1945. It first saw combat in the North African invasion, November 8, 1942, landing at Algiers and seizing the port and outlying airfields. Elements of the Division took part in numerous subsequent engagements in Tunisia during the Allied build-up, notably at Sened Station, Paid Pass, Sbeitla, and Fondouk Gap. In April 1943 the Division assaulted Hill 609, capturing it on 1 May 1943, and then drove through Chouigui Pass to Tebourba and Ferryville.