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Bridge at Remagen 2

No Nurburgring but did discover Remagen

Ludendorff Railroad Bridge at Remagen, Germany, March 1945. Seized by the US First Army 7 March 1945, surprising German forces and allowing the first Allied troops to cross the Rhine. (US Army Center of Military History)

Today in World War II History—March 7, 1945

Ludendorff Railroad Bridge at Remagen, Germany, March Seized by the US First Army 7 March surprising German forces and allowing the first Allied troops to cross the Rhine. (US Army Center of Military History)

Aerial view of the Remagen Ludendorff Bridge on 15 March 1945, it was the only bridge across the Rhine river captured intact by the allies.

Areal view of Remagen , Erpel Ludendorf bridge , Alte Strasse , March 1945

On May 2, 1945, the 8th Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division encountered the Wöbbelin concentration camp. This photograph shows US troops in the Wöbbelin camp. Germany, May 4–6, 1945.

On May the Infantry Division and the Airborne Division encountered the Wöbbelin concentration camp. This photograph shows US troops in the Wöbbelin camp.

1945: conquest of the Remagen bridge  On March 7, 1945, American troops conquer the Ludendorff railway bridge at Remagen, West German, the only intact across the Rhine. The rest were blown up by the Nazis to contain the Allied advance

conquest of the Remagen bridge On March American troops conquer the Ludendorff railway bridge at Remagen, West German, the only intact across the Rhine. The rest were blown up by the Nazis to contain the Allied advance

Gross Rosen concentration camp, Poland | THE MOSAIC FINGERPRINT

Visited the Gross-Rosen concentration camp in Silesia (now Rogoźnica), Poland. Statistics: inmates and an estimate of prisoners perished.

INGÉNIEURS réparent un chemin dans la forêt de Hurtgen, 25 novembre ENGINEERS REPAIR A ROAD in the Hurtgen Forest, 25 November

Engineers repair a muddy road in the Hürtgen Forest

Remagen und Drachenfels 2015

Remagen und Drachenfels 2015

Remagen bridge My grampa (robert washburn) front left

Remagen bridge My grampa (robert washburn) front left

After the liberation of the Wöbbelin camp, US troops forced the townspeople of Ludwigslust to bury the bodies of prisoners killed in the camp. This photograph shows the funeral for the victims. Germany, May 7, 1945.

After the liberation of the Wöbbelin camp, US troops forced the townspeople of Ludwigslust to bury the bodies of prisoners killed in the camp. This photograph shows the funeral for the victims.

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