Photographs - Page 4

Pictures sent to me via email by Tex Texin, whose dad, Aaron Texin, served with C/270. Of particular interest to engineers are the bridge shots.

 

Bridge, Q46006199, B co. 28 Feb 45. This bridge was built by B/270 engineers and is the subject of many photos. Do not know why. When I find out I will post info. Webmaster. Photo: Texin.

Another angle, Bridge, Q46006199, B co. 28 Feb 45. This bridge was built by B/270 engineers and is the subject of many photos. Do not know why. When I find out I will post info. Webmaster. Photo: Texin.

Yet another angle of Bridge, Q46006199, B co. 28 Feb 45. This bridge was built by B/270 engineers and is the subject of many photos. Do not know why. When I find out I will post info. Webmaster. Photo: Texin.

Bridge over Saare R. Grossblittersdorf-Kleinblittersdorf 20 Feb 45. Photo: Texin.

Bridge is unlabeled but based on other photos it is the Lahn River Bridge - early construction. Photo: Texin.

C/270 Company photo. Most likely taken at Camp Adair. Photo: Texin.

Candy - date and time unknown. Photo: Texin.

Ruins of Koln (Cologne) June 1945. Photo: Texin.

Abandoned French planes, on the way to the front, Feb 3rd, 1945. Photo: Texin.

CP-2, Feb 2, 1945. Photo: Texin.

Feb 6, 1945 - Crossett, Dieuze(?) - Webmaster note: Feb 6 is when special troops finally made it up to the line from Marseilles. 276th Inf. Reg. was conducting Oetingen Raid on this date. Photo: Texin

Writing on pic says it all. Date and time unknown. Photo: Texin

Displaced Germans. Photo:Texin.

German Pows (police). May 5, 1945. Photo: Texin.

Liberated Pole guarding German POW near 270th Hqs. Photo: Texin.

Hospital in Limburg. May 5, 1945. Photo: Texin.

Infantry crossing footbridge across the Lahn, April, 1945. Photo: Texin. (Additional information provided by Mario Linowski who has his home nearby on the Lahn River where the photo was taken)

Jeep Convoy 29 March 1944. Photo: Texin

Kurtz, C/270 basketball player. Photo: Texin.

L to R: Johnny, Laddie, Gugy, Pete, Roy and Pottie. Limburg, Germany 1945. Photo: Texin.