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Men of US 255th Infantry Regiment moved through Waldenburg, W├╝rttemberg-Hohenzollern, Germany, mid-Apr 1945Men of US 101st Infantry Regiment running past a burning fuel trailer in square of Kronach, Bayreuth, Germany, 14 Apr 1945
Men of US 255th Infantry Regiment moved through Waldenburg, W├╝rttemberg-Hohenzollern, Germany, mid-Apr 1945Men of US 101st Infantry Regiment running past a burning fuel trailer in square of Kronach, Bayreuth, Germany, 14 Apr 1945
An American soldier observed the destruction of an industrial town near N├╝rnberg, Germany, 20 Apr 1945US 55th Armored Infantry Battalion men and US 22nd Tank Battalion tank in Wernberg, Bayreuth, Germany, 22 Apr 1945
An American soldier observed the destruction of an industrial town near N├╝rnberg, Germany, 20 Apr 1945US 55th Armored Infantry Battalion men and US 22nd Tank Battalion tank in Wernberg, Bayreuth, Germany, 22 Apr 1945
Ulm M├╝nster standing amongst devastation, Ulm, Germany, 25 Apr 1945US Army African-American crew of the 761st Tank Battalion on a M5A1 Stuart light tank in Coburg, Bayreuth, Germany, 25 Apr 1945. Note white flags hanging from upper palace windows. Also note evidence that those windows have been machine gunned.
Ulm M├╝nster standing amongst devastation, Ulm, Germany, 25 Apr 1945US Army African-American crew of the 761st Tank Battalion on a M5A1 Stuart light tank in Coburg, Bayreuth, Germany, 25 Apr 1945. Note white flags hanging from upper palace windows. Also note evidence that those windows have been machine gunned.
An M4 Sherman tank and men of the 3rd Infantry Division entering Berchtesgaden, Germany, May 4, 1945
An M4 Sherman tank and men of the 3rd Infantry Division entering Berchtesgaden, Germany, May 4, 1945
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