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Lucian Truscott at a desk, circa 1944Major General Lucian Truscott and Lieutenant General Ira Eaker at Anzio, Italy, 6 Apr 1944
Lucian Truscott at a desk, circa 1944Major General Lucian Truscott and Lieutenant General Ira Eaker at Anzio, Italy, 6 Apr 1944
Lt General Lucian Truscott, commanding general of the US Fifth Army in Italy, inspects African-American troops of the 92nd Infantry Division after they threw back a German attack in the hills north of Viareggio, Italy in 1944.US Army Lieutenant Generals Clark and Truscott in Italy, Dec 1944
Lt General Lucian Truscott, commanding general of the US Fifth Army in Italy, inspects African-American troops of the 92nd Infantry Division after they threw back a German attack in the hills north of Viareggio, Italy in 1944.US Army Lieutenant Generals Clark and Truscott in Italy, Dec 1944
US Army Lieutenant General Lucian Truscott of 5th Army fastening Presidential Unit Citation banner to guidon of 3rd Btn, 442nd RCT, Livorno, Italy, Sep 1945US Army Lieutenant General Lucian Truscott of 5th Army saluting the guidon of 442nd RCT, Livorno, Italy, Sep 1945
US Army Lieutenant General Lucian Truscott of 5th Army fastening Presidential Unit Citation banner to guidon of 3rd Btn, 442nd RCT, Livorno, Italy, Sep 1945US Army Lieutenant General Lucian Truscott of 5th Army saluting the guidon of 442nd RCT, Livorno, Italy, Sep 1945
US Army Lieutenant General Lucian Truscott of 5th Army saluting guidon of Co. L, 3rd Btn, 442nd RCT, Livorno, Italy, 4 Sep 1945; note Presidential Unit Citation banner on guidon
US Army Lieutenant General Lucian Truscott of 5th Army saluting guidon of Co. L, 3rd Btn, 442nd RCT, Livorno, Italy, 4 Sep 1945; note Presidential Unit Citation banner on guidon
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