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Soldiers of 44th Division, US 7th Army fighting in Mannheim, Germany, 29 Mar 1945; note bazooka and M1 Garand riflesTwo young German soldiers, one injured, the other dead, east of the Rhine River, Germany, late Mar 1945
Soldiers of 44th Division, US 7th Army fighting in Mannheim, Germany, 29 Mar 1945; note bazooka and M1 Garand riflesTwo young German soldiers, one injured, the other dead, east of the Rhine River, Germany, late Mar 1945
US 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, 1945
US 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, 1945
P-51 Mustang fighter being serviced at an airfield near Frankfurt, Germany, Mar-Apr 1945; note the wrecked German Fw 190 D9 aircraft in foregroundUS Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton cargo trucks crossing the Rhine River near Mainz, Germany, Mar or Apr 1945; the passengers were possibly German POWs
P-51 Mustang fighter being serviced at an airfield near Frankfurt, Germany, Mar-Apr 1945; note the wrecked German Fw 190 D9 aircraft in foregroundUS Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton cargo trucks crossing the Rhine River near Mainz, Germany, Mar or Apr 1945; the passengers were possibly German POWs
Corporal 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
Corporal 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

48 items in this album on 3 pages.

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