Photographs - Page 94

Pictures from Life magazine and from the collection of Lou Hoger, courtesy of Lou's son. VI Corps pictures from Julie Carel.

 

Dragon's Teeth forming part of the line at Saarbrucken, Germany, March 1945. (Photo: Life)

Caption says T/Sgt (unreadable) and some of the boys of 3rd platoon.

No caption - perhaps a bridge built by 270th Engineers.

No caption - perhaps a bridge built by 270th Engineers. Seems to be same location as previous photo.

Völklingen, Germany. The picture was taken from a hill called "Galgenberg". In the Middle Ages it was the place for executions (gallows). In the foreground you can see some houses of the urban quarter of Wehrden with St. Josef Church and in the background the city of Völklingen with its steelwork. Photo by Chester Garstki. Information via Stefan Brenner of Wiesbaden, Germany.

Hospital Marie Madeleine, Forbach, France 1945. Photo originally from Frank Lowry.

Lieutenant Vatava of Headquarters Company inspects gas masks of troops before they are allowed in the gas chamber at the Chemical Warfare Training Area, Camp Adair, Orgeon, 12 April 1944. (National Archives)

No caption but could be from area as in previous photo. Photo by Chester Garstki.

No caption but could be from area as in previous photo. Photo by Chester Garstki.

No caption but could be from area as in previous photo. Photo by Chester Garstki.

I/275 photo taken in latter part of 1943. Sent by Howell Scott, whose dad, Wesley Scott, was 1st Sgt. of the company.

VI Corps Headquarters (G-1), Esslingen, Germany. Forrest Holt is on far left. If anyone recognizes the other soldiers please contact me.

VI Corps Headquarters, Esslingen, Germany. Forrest Holt is second from left. If anyone recognizes the other soldiers please contact me.