Christmas holiday greeting card from the officers of USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 1 of 3Christmas holiday greeting card from the officers of USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 2 of 3Christmas holiday greeting card from the officers of USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 3 of 3Christmas holiday party aboard USS Anzio, 25 Dec 1944
Christmas holiday greeting card from the officers of USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 1 of 3Christmas holiday greeting card from the officers of USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 2 of 3Christmas holiday greeting card from the officers of USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 3 of 3Christmas holiday party aboard USS Anzio, 25 Dec 1944
Holland Smith broadcasting a Christmas holiday message, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 25 Dec 1944Map showing German gains during first days of the Battle of the Bulge, 16-25 Dec 1944Men of US 101st Airborne Division walking past dead comrades, killed during Christmas Eve bombing of Bastogne, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944Page from the USS Iowa war diary describing the Christmas Day visit from Neptunus Rex, Ruler of the Raging Main, 1944.
Holland Smith broadcasting a Christmas holiday message, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 25 Dec 1944Map showing German gains during first days of the Battle of the Bulge, 16-25 Dec 1944Men of US 101st Airborne Division walking past dead comrades, killed during Christmas Eve bombing of Bastogne, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944Page from the USS Iowa war diary describing the Christmas Day visit from Neptunus Rex, Ruler of the Raging Main, 1944.
Program of the Christmas holiday celebration aboard USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 1 of 3Program of the Christmas holiday celebration aboard USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 2 of 3Program of the Christmas holiday celebration aboard USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 3 of 3Remains of German soldiers who attempted to attack the US 101st Airborne Division command post near Bastogne, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944
Program of the Christmas holiday celebration aboard USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 1 of 3Program of the Christmas holiday celebration aboard USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 2 of 3Program of the Christmas holiday celebration aboard USS New Jersey, Dec 1944, page 3 of 3Remains of German soldiers who attempted to attack the US 101st Airborne Division command post near Bastogne, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944
Soldiers of the 463rd Combat Engineers in France near the German border pause to observe Christmas the best way they could, 25 Dec 1944. Note K-ration cans as ornaments and three stacked M1 Garand rifles.Troops of Company H, 3rd Battalion, 504th Infantry Regiment, US 82nd Airborne Division escorting a captured German SS soldier, Bra, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944US Army Sgt. Edward F. Good feeding a fellow wounded soldier, Pfc. Lloyd Deming, a turkey leg during the Christmas dinner, 2nd Field Hospital, San Jose, Mindoro, Philippine Islands, 25 Dec 1944US convoy sailing between Leyte and Mindoro in the Philippine Islands, 25-31 Dec 1944
Soldiers of the 463rd Combat Engineers in France near the German border pause to observe Christmas the best way they could, 25 Dec 1944. Note K-ration cans as ornaments and three stacked M1 Garand rifles.Troops of Company H, 3rd Battalion, 504th Infantry Regiment, US 82nd Airborne Division escorting a captured German SS soldier, Bra, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944US Army Sgt. Edward F. Good feeding a fellow wounded soldier, Pfc. Lloyd Deming, a turkey leg during the Christmas dinner, 2nd Field Hospital, San Jose, Mindoro, Philippine Islands, 25 Dec 1944US convoy sailing between Leyte and Mindoro in the Philippine Islands, 25-31 Dec 1944
Von der Heydte during the Ardennes Offensive, Dec 1944
Von der Heydte during the Ardennes Offensive, Dec 1944


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