Photographs - Page 5

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.

 

From left to right: Laddie, Johnny, Gugy, Aaron (rightmost) and Roy - May 1st - 1945, Limburg. Webmaster note: C/270 was charged with the guarding and the rehabilitaion of this camp at the time. Conditions upon arrival were "appalling".

C Company Cook known as "Little Torpedo". Date and location unknown. Photo: Texin

Ludendorf Bridge - Koln, 1945. Photo: Texin.

Writing a letter home. Name, date and location unknown. Photo: Texin.

CO of 270th, Lt. Col. Matheson, after transfer to 3rd Infantry Division. Photo: Texin.

Merlebach, Feb 17, 1945. Merlebach was 270th Hqs. location at that time. Photo: Texin.

Medic Hqs. Merlebach, Feb 17, 1945. This could be the 270th medical detachment location but this is speculation. Photo: Texin.

2nd Platoon of C/270, June 1945.

Suspension Bridge at Diez. B/270. 24 May, 1945. Photo: Texin.

B/270 bridge at Q497574, Feb 12 1945.

Church at Grossbliederstroff.

Kassel - abandoned German field.

Lahn River, April 20, 1945. (Shot is from opposite bank of picture above, third row -- far right. Additional information provided by Mario Linowski who has his home nearby on the Lahn River where the photo was taken)

Men landing Lahn River, April 20, 1945. (Shot is from opposite bank of picture above, third row -- far right. Additional information provided by Mario Linowski who has his home nearby on the Lahn River where the photo was taken)

Rubble. Location unknown.

A rare photo of a schu minefield, Q468616, Feb 28, 1945.

Suspension bridge. Date and location unknown.

Christmas for orphans. Date and location unknown. Photo: Texin.

"Panama" Pete Murphy, S-3 for 270th Engineers. Photo: Texin.

Pete, Potty, Gugy Limburg Germany May 1, 1945. Photo: Texin.

SS Potsdam in London. Photo: Texin.