Sgt. John Edmondson, Buffalo, N.Y., a member of an armored unit, somewhere in France, takes time out during a lull in the activity on his front to brush up on his French lessons. 4th Armord Div., near Braheville, France, July 18, 1944.
Gen. Jacob L. Devers, CG, 6th and 12th Army Groups, presents the 4th Arm'd Div. with a Presidential Unit Citation for their outstanding combat work in France and Germany. Maj. Gen. William M. Hoge, stands behind Gen. Devers, and Sgt. James J....
American infantrymen of the 10th Armored Inf., 4th Armored Div advance in battle on an effort to reach beleaguered members of the 101st Airborne Division, who are defending Bastogne, Belgium. 27 December 1944
Infantry replacements, training to take their places at the front only two miles away, fire bazookas at knocked out German Mark IV tank. 53rd Inf. Bn., 4th Armd Div. TUSA. Hompre, Belgium. 5 January 1945.
A member of the 4th Armored Division brings in captured German soldiers, taken near Bastogne, Belgium. They are in poor shape, suffering from exposure. 1/10/45. 53rd Armored Infantry Bn., 4th Armored Div.
Battle weary Nazis who were the last to surrender during the Battle of Hurtgen Forest, which ended after several weeks of heavy fighting. Co. I, 2nd Bn., 39th Regt. 9th Inf Div, near Jungersdorf. 12 December 1944
Weary infantrymen of the 110th Regt, 28th Div. U.S. First Army, following the German break-through in that area. The enemy overran their battalion. (l to r)- Pvt. Adam Davis (Philadelphia, Pa.) and T/5 Milford A. Sillars (Morrisville, Ind.)....
Cold steel : Pvt. James H. Walker realistically performs his training duties as he plunges cold steel into a picture of Hitler. Indiantown Gap Military Reservation, Pennsylvania. Dec. 16, 1941 (28th Div.)
Sicily Invasion - Cpl. Alvin J. Brown, Rickman, Tenn., and Pvt. Russell Snyder, Scranton, Pa., two of the many American soldiers that invaded Sicily. Prison camp in background. Gela, Sicily. 7/11/43 1st Armored Div.