A Wehrmacht Osttruppen (“eastern troops”) prisoner (possibly from the Infantry-Battalion 781 attached to the ID.) told Allied soldiers that he spent three days in a foxhole waiting to surrender to U. forces on the La Haye du Puits (Manche).
American Soldiers from the Infantry Infantry Division receive wine from French civilians during a lull in the fighting around Drusenheim, France on January Coloured by Historic photo restored in color, pin by Paolo Marzioli
S/Sgt. Herbert Limon from Company I - Infantry Regiment Infantry Division) after heavy fighting in the village of Lutrebois, Belgium on 6 January Coloured by historic photo restored in color by Johnny Sirlande
An American Medic and a GI of the US. Infantry Division reading a comic at Reisdorf in Luxembourg near the German Border. of February 1945 Left to right : Pfc Reynold H. Bush Middletown, Ohio , and Pfc Aurelio Maltese, New York
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