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African-American soldiers of 370th Regiment of US Army 92nd Infantry Division marching through Prato in the Po Valley, Italy, circa May 1945

Caption     African-American soldiers of 370th Regiment of US Army 92nd Infantry Division marching through Prato in the Po Valley, Italy, circa May 1945 ww2dbase
Photographer    Unknown
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States National Archives
Identification Code   208-AA-49E-1-13
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1. boni penn says:
3 Jan 2011 02:54:07 PM

just wanted to know if you knew the names of these solders? I am looking for a photo of my spititual father Theodore N. Hester. I believe he served in this division.
thank You
2. Anonymous says:
9 Jan 2012 03:18:53 AM

wonderful picture but it's impossible in Po valley ... maybe some Apennine pass from liguria or Tuscany to Po valley :
3. Valerie Gantt Dickens says:
11 Apr 2022 10:04:01 AM

wanted to know name of soldiers; my father Callie Gantt participated in the Po Valley campaign during World War II, and received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart.

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