Photographs - Page 64

The following pictures come from Andy McMahon, E/276.

 

E/276 Co. Hqs., Kamp Bornhoffen, GErmany - Jun 1945. Front L to R: 1st Sgt Alton Morris, Peters, Jackson, Ray Smith, Pon. Back L to R: Sgt Brownfield (blocked), Spence, Garrison, Stephenson, Marker, Kendall.

E/276, 2nd Squad - Kamp Bornhoffen, Germany. Standing L to R: George Soper, Andy McMahon, Al Kaput, not known, Tom Frissell, not known. Seated: Back L to R: Wolfe, Lewis, Marion Ter Louw, James Plaugic. Front L to R: Wolz, not known, Stan Mersch.

E/276 Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. July 1944. Back L to R: Andy McMahon, not known, Max Mabie, (in back), Cobb, Stan Mersch. Front Row L to R: Alex Matson, Bill Nance (KIA Vosges), Richard Kiley, Pat Montgomery, William Ken Chaney (KIA - Forbach).

E/276 Co Hqs, Oberlahnstein, Germany Summer 1945. L to R: Kendall, Spence, Jackson, Ray Smith.

2nd Platoon E/276 in front of Hotel Morbach, Bornhoffen, Germany, July 1945.

Stan Mersch and Andy McMahon, 2nd Platoon E/276.

Ralph Elliott and Paul I Mills - Germany 1945.

Louis Collins, E/276, in the jeep and Frank Neatby - The Stars and Stripes says "Nazis Quit".

Lichtenberg Castle, France - E/276 took this castle January 6, 1945. Picture taken in 1993.

Twin bunkers loacted on Kreutzberg Ridge overlooking Stiring-Wendel. Served as E/276 command post Feb 28 - Mar 3, 1945. Picture taken in 1993.

E/276 Retreat on the Rhine, Kamp Bornhoffen, Germany, June 1945.

Charlie Lemmon with grease gun. From Zanesville, Ohio.

Oberlahnstein, Germany. Bridge and ferry on the Lahn River. E/276 guarded a DP Camp here.

S/Sgt John Burch leads Co Hqs E/276. Behind John, 1st row l to r: Red Elsner, Keith Timms, Francis X. Roche. Kamp Bornhoffen, Germany, June 1945.

Marion Ter Louw gets his hair cut while checking Stars and Stripes for news from the Pacific. Red Elsner is the barber. Waiting turns are George Soper, Tom Frissell (in swim suit), Dale Kelly (standing), and unknown sitting. Hotel Morbach, Germany, July 1945.

Jackson, Marker, Stephenson E Co. Hq. personnel, Oberlahnstein, Germany. June 1945.