Captured German pilot who was shot down by anti-aircraft fire near Weisweiler, Germany, fall 1944.Browning M1919 machine gun crew of 2nd Battalion, US 26th Infantry in the streets of Aachen, Germany, 15 Oct 1944German prisoners marching along Joseph-von-Görres-Straße, Aachen, Germany, circa late Oct 1944US Army Sergeant Joseph H. Kadlec delivering Christmas packages sent from home, Zweifall near Aachen, Germany, 14 Nov 1944
Captured German pilot who was shot down by anti-aircraft fire near Weisweiler, Germany, fall 1944.Browning M1919 machine gun crew of 2nd Battalion, US 26th Infantry in the streets of Aachen, Germany, 15 Oct 1944German prisoners marching along Joseph-von-Görres-Straße, Aachen, Germany, circa late Oct 1944US Army Sergeant Joseph H. Kadlec delivering Christmas packages sent from home, Zweifall near Aachen, Germany, 14 Nov 1944
MGen ER “Pete” Quaseda, with pointer, conducting an Air-Ground Liaison briefing for LtGen Carl Spaatz (glasses) and LtGen James Doolittle (seated), VII Corps Headquarters, Münsterbusch, Germany, 19 Nov 1944Members of the US 22nd Infantry Regiment holding the line during heavy fighting near Großhau, Germany during the Battle of the Hürtgen Forest, 1 Dec 1944. Note the M1917 machine gun and M1 Garand rifles.German prisoners of war marching between a disabled M4 Sherman tank and a litter-Jeep, Jan 1945. This is possibly during the Battle of the Bulge but more likely is the Battle of Hürtgen Forest.A farmhouse on the main route through Hürtgen, Germany that served as the headquarters for the US 121st Infantry Regiment, 8 Jan 1945. They gave it the name “Hurtgen Hotel.”
MGen ER “Pete” Quaseda, with pointer, conducting an Air-Ground Liaison briefing for LtGen Carl Spaatz (glasses) and LtGen James Doolittle (seated), VII Corps Headquarters, Münsterbusch, Germany, 19 Nov 1944Members of the US 22nd Infantry Regiment holding the line during heavy fighting near Großhau, Germany during the Battle of the Hürtgen Forest, 1 Dec 1944. Note the M1917 machine gun and M1 Garand rifles.German prisoners of war marching between a disabled M4 Sherman tank and a litter-Jeep, Jan 1945. This is possibly during the Battle of the Bulge but more likely is the Battle of Hürtgen Forest.A farmhouse on the main route through Hürtgen, Germany that served as the headquarters for the US 121st Infantry Regiment, 8 Jan 1945. They gave it the name “Hurtgen Hotel.”
M3 Half-track vehicle of 16th Infantry Regiment, US 1st Infantry Division moving through a muddy road in the Hürtgen Forest, Germany, 15 Feb 1945Two US soldiers looking down a row of
M3 Half-track vehicle of 16th Infantry Regiment, US 1st Infantry Division moving through a muddy road in the Hürtgen Forest, Germany, 15 Feb 1945Two US soldiers looking down a row of 'dragon's teeth' concrete tank obstacles on the Westwall, northwestern Germany, 15 Sep 1944
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