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Remagen bridge My grampa (robert washburn) front left

Remagen bridge My grampa (robert washburn) front left

Remagen und Drachenfels 2015

Remagen und Drachenfels 2015

Bridges

Bridges

Bridges

American troops along the Bizerte corniche shortly after the port fell. The town had been without running water for three months; typhus was present and cholera threatened. The M2 half track belongs to 9th Infantry Division, possibly 'B' Company of the 15th Combat Engineer Battalion, although the markings are not clear.

American troops along the Bizerte corniche shortly after the port fell. The town had been without running water for three months; typhus was present and cholra threatened.

KL Wöbbelin immediately after its liberation by the US Army. Date photograph before 11. May 1945

On May the Infantry Division and the Airborne Division encountered the Wöbbelin concentration camp. Here, American soldiers patrol the perimeter of the camp. Germany, May

9th infantry division

Civilians and US in liberated Cherbourg, 27 june 1944

Part of the fence of concentration camp Wöbbelin.

Part of the fence of concentration camp Wöbbelin.

Survivors get water at one of the community pumps in the newly liberated Woebbelin concentration camp.

Survivors get water at one of the community pumps in the newly liberated Woebbelin concentration camp.

American soldiers liberating prisoners from a concentration camp at the end of WWII.

American soldiers liberating prisoners from the Nazi concentration camp at the end of WWII.

Interior of the brick barrack in Birkenau some time after the liberation. (Photo. Stanisław Mucha)

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