Photographs - Page 117

The color photos come from the collection of Herb Jahn, C/274, via Ray Brown. Next, Patrick Gigleux, whose dad Capt. Robert Gigleux served with the 6th Company of the French 146th Infantry Regiment of the French Army. Troops from this regiment helped 70th troops liberate Forbach and Stiring-Wendel. Last four photos are from Andy mcMahon, E/276.

 

Herb Jahn on right at Army Hospital at Camp Butner in North Carolina.

Lt. Hazel Banks on left, and unidentified nurse on right. Army Hospital at Camp Butner in North Carolina.

Jahn with Lt. Hazel Banks. Army Hospital at Camp Butner in North Carolina.

Herb Jahn

Left is Lt. Hazel Banks and the nurse on the right is not identified. These two nurses took care of Herb Jahan while at the Army Hospital at Camp Butner in North Carolina.

Citation issued by the 70th to French troops who assisted with the liberation of Forbach and Stiring Wendel.

6th Company Command Post. Capt. Robert Gigleux is in the front, just to the left of the "P.C." sign.

Newspaper article on French contribution to liberation of Forbach.

Band travels to the front, sometime in 1945. Photo: Andy McMahon, E/276.

E/276 soldiers after hostilities. Photo: Andy McMahon.

Andy McMahon on the right at E/276 Hq. Photo: Andy McMahon.

The castle at Forbach, sometime in March 1945. Photo: Andy McMahon.