UNIT HISTORIES OF BATTLE OF RITTERSHOFFEN-HATTEN, FRANCE, JAN 9-20 1945; ARTILLERY ACCOUNT INCLUDES ATTACK PLANS, OBSERVATION SITES, COMMUNICATION LINKS, FIRE CAPABILITIES, ARTILLERY CONCENTRATIONS, AND TYPES OF FIRE; ALSACE
Pvt. Ray E. Masters, Company E, 128th Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 32nd Division, the first man of the company to silence a sniper who was active for several hours in No Mans Land, Austerlitz, Alsace, Germany
Anti-avion machine gun mounted in the trenches. The crew: Cpl. Clarence Hays, gunner; Pvt. George B. Hugenson and Pvt. John G. Speede, loaders. This is a Hotchkiss Gun. Co. Co, [129th] M.G. Btn. Camp [Jordan] near [Amphersbach, Alsace], Germany
"Trench life." Pvt. Vernon H. Butler, Pvt. Geo. Hogenson, Sgt. Mark P. Harris and Pvt. Homer H. McDowell of the 129th Machine Gun Bn., formerly the 2d Bn., 2d Regt. Inf. Mo. N.G., Co. C, near Amphersback, Alsace, Germany, August 30th, 1918.
GENERAL OFFICER'S ACCOUNTS OF OPERATION NORDWIND (VOSGES MOUNTAINS, ALSACE, FRANCE) AND OETIGEN (FRANCE) RAIDS; ACCOUNT OF NORDWIND BY GERMAN GENERALMAJOR A. PHILIPPI; MONTHLY REGIMENTAL NARRATIVE REPORTS; HISTORY OF GERMAN 6TH SS MOUNTAIN DIVISION...
The Chauchat. A team of American automatic riflemen in the Vosges; members of Company B, 137th Infantry (formerly the 1st and 2d Infantry, Kansas, N.G.). August 29, 1918. [Handwritten on back of photo: "35th Div., near Amphersback, Alsace, Ger....
NCO'S MEMOIR DESCRIBES TRAINING AND COMBAT IN ALSACE, LORRAINE, (FRANCE)" GERMANY, AUSTRIA, MAY 1943-DEC 1945. OFFICIAL BATTALION REPORTS, DEC 1944-MAY 1945. COLLECTION OF NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS-MAINLY WAR ZONE MAPS, 1940-1945