A French field full of German helmets after their original owners, captured by the Americans, marched them to a prisoner of war camp, Normandy, France, 1944

Caption   A French field full of German helmets after their original owners, captured by the Americans, marched them to a prisoner of war camp, Normandy, France, 1944 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States National Archives
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 27 Nov 2011

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Willo Hauff says:
8 Dec 2014 03:15:26 AM

My father fought in this war his title was and his buddy's were in the 532ed Armored Engineering
Company. I was just looking to see if I could see my father but there are so many photos. My mother gave some photos to me but my brother has taken them and said good by. So thanks and if anyone knew a man Named Robert H.Hauff from Michigan feel free to send me a note.


Willo D.Willis


2. willo says:
9 Dec 2014 01:41:24 AM

Thank you for your reply. I will consider looking threw some of the suggestions. Life is short and I surely would like to share that part of there family's past. Many thanks:
Willo D. Hauff

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