47 items in this album on 3 pages.

Two young German soldiers, one injured, the other dead, east of the Rhine River, Germany, late Mar 1945US Army African-American Privates George Cofield and Howard Davis manning an anti-aircraft weapon near a bridge under construction over the Rhine River, 30 Mar 1945American and French troops east of the Rhine River, Germany, 1945P-51 Mustang fighter being serviced at an airfield near Frankfurt, Germany, Mar-Apr 1945; note the wrecked German Fw 190 D9 aircraft in foreground
Two young German soldiers, one injured, the other dead, east of the Rhine River, Germany, late Mar 1945US Army African-American Privates George Cofield and Howard Davis manning an anti-aircraft weapon near a bridge under construction over the Rhine River, 30 Mar 1945American and French troops east of the Rhine River, Germany, 1945P-51 Mustang fighter being serviced at an airfield near Frankfurt, Germany, Mar-Apr 1945; note the wrecked German Fw 190 D9 aircraft in foreground
US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton cargo trucks crossing the Rhine River near Mainz, Germany, Mar or Apr 1945; the passengers were possibly German POWsCorporal Luther E. Boger of US 82nd Airborne Division reading a warning sign in front of Cologne Cathedral, Köln (Cologne), Germany, 4 Apr 1945; note Thompson submachine gun and Panther tank wreckDUKW of US 7th Army being loaded with gasoline jerrycans for a quick transfer across the Rhine, circa Apr 1945
US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton cargo trucks crossing the Rhine River near Mainz, Germany, Mar or Apr 1945; the passengers were possibly German POWsCorporal Luther E. Boger of US 82nd Airborne Division reading a warning sign in front of Cologne Cathedral, Köln (Cologne), Germany, 4 Apr 1945; note Thompson submachine gun and Panther tank wreckDUKW of US 7th Army being loaded with gasoline jerrycans for a quick transfer across the Rhine, circa Apr 1945

47 items in this album on 3 pages.

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