Pvt Paul Romanick of Battery B, 103rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion, US 1st Infantry Division cleaning 40mm anti-aircraft gun, Sourbrodt, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944; note 6 swastika symbols his 6 kills

Caption   Pvt Paul Romanick of Battery B, 103rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion, US 1st Infantry Division cleaning 40mm anti-aircraft gun, Sourbrodt, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944; note 6 swastika symbols his 6 kills ww2dbase
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Added Date 25 Sep 2008

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Luis Clarkson says:
27 Dec 2009 03:07:46 PM

The 6 swastikas are backwards, the picture is in the wrong side.
2. Luis Clarkson says:
27 Dec 2009 06:52:12 PM

The quality of the photo is perfect.
3. martie large says:
8 Oct 2014 09:05:51 AM

Who cares swastikas are backwards , my dad was in the 103rd , they kick there Nazi ass's , that you

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