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Parma Italy Railroad Yard attacked by P-47s.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 2 · 21 Jan 2010 You

In this photo, the US 12th Air Force is bombing a bridge across the Po River near Ostiglia. On April 23, 1945, the 85th Division crossed the river on a railroad bridge at…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 21 Jan 2010 You

Note the Date of 15 Nov 1945 is AFTER the war had ended.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 21 Jan 2010 You

April 23, 1945 Advance forces of the 85th Division reached the Po River at Quingentole, between the mouth of the Secchia River and the bridge at Ostiglia farther east. US forces…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 21 Jan 2010 You

Ostiglia, Italy. July 20, 1944 (About 65 Miles SW of Verona) B-25's at 7000 feet, drop bombs on an Axis oil dump.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 21 Jan 2010 You

Inscription is wrong. The 329 Regiment was not in the 85th Division. It was in the 83rd Division but the 83rd was not in Italy. Guess that this should be 329 FA or possibly 339…

Image, found in steve_cole's uploads: Headstone of PFC Robert A. Girvan · 21 Jan 2010 You

Captain Roeder was in command of Company G of the 350th Infantry Regiment of the 88th Infantry Division. This company advanced far ahead of any other unit in 5th Army and…

Image, found in steve_cole's uploads: Capt. Robert E. Roeder · 21 Jan 2010 You

This photo is quite well-known and has been published in many books, etc. However, every publication does not correctly identify the unit or aircraft or date. This aircraft was…

Image, found in steve_cole's uploads: Crash Site of "Black Nan" · 21 Jan 2010 You

Other day-time photos show photo of an American Spitfire sitting on the edge of the beach at Salerno.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 2 · 21 Jan 2010 You

Link to another map showing US forces at this time: http://www.custermen.com/ItalyWW2/History/MapTrasimeno.GIF

Image, found in WWII Foreign Military Studies, 1945-54: Page 53 · 21 Jan 2010 You

328FA Battalion News Photo. Caption reads: Photo Caption reads: 15 FEB 45 5/MM-45-2392 FIFTH ARMY, RAMAGNOLA AREA, ITALY GUN CREW OF 105 MM HOWITZER, BATTERY B, 328TH…

Image, found in steve_cole's uploads: 328 Field Artillery near Ramagnola ITALY... · 18 Jan 2010 You

Company G was named the "Black Hawk Rifles" as it was raised from men of Black Hawk, Carroll County Mississippi. This unit was joined to the 22nd Mississippi Infantry…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 2 · 17 Jan 2010 You

This card if for a J. B. Faulk of 2nd Battalion of 12th Tennessee Infantry. It is filed with John N. Faulk of 12 Tenneesee Cavalry.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 13 · 14 Jan 2010 You

Note name on this card is John Douglas. But it is filed with Joseph Benjamin Douglas.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 11 · 14 Jan 2010 You

There is confusion on this card and index: J. P. Douglas or J. B. Douglas ??

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 1 · 14 Jan 2010 You

General Chalmers and Forest captured & killed the 520 Union troops during the Battle of Fort Pillow was April 12, 1864. There were several men who had just enlisted with the 13th…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 3 · 14 Jan 2010 You

Camp Beauregard was located near Feliciana, KY or near Fulton, KY.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 9 · 13 Jan 2010 You

Robert E. Cole died at Camp Beauregard, KY, due to illiness from exposure to the cold rain and weather.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 6 · 13 Jan 2010 You

Form No. 5 was issued upon the death of Pvt. Robert E. Cole. This form reimbursed his back pay and clothing allowance. Witnessed by Capt. H. J. Reid, his commander of Company G…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 10 · 13 Jan 2010 You

Note, This map was drawn up from crew eye-witness reports. The Report of Reburial states the crash site as Grid Coordinate M231,416, which places it north of IMOLA, next to the…

Image, found in Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII: Page 8 · 01 Jan 2010 You