A meritorious plaque given to 763rd Ordnance Company in Bad Mergentheim, Germany during World War II. U.S. Army Brigadier General Frederick M. Harris Commander of 63rd Infantry Division presents a meritorious service plaque to men of 763rd Ordnance Company. Brigadier General Harris watches men passing in review.
Troopers of the 28th Constabulary Squad of the United States Army leave a command post at Bad Steben near Hof in Germany. Convoy of jeeps and M-8 armored vehicles moves through the streets of Bad Steben and then to the country side. It moves past a station on dusty roads in Lichtenburg. Jeeps and armored vehicle take position on side of a bridge. Squad reaches the Russian border. A signboard in Russian warns against unauthorized crossing.
Bomb damage in Worms, Germany during World War II. Bomb damaged marshaling yards in Bad Durkheim (Bad Dürkheim). Aerial views of bombed bridges in Worms. Views of bombed bridges in Frankfurt am Main.
Gas supply for the United States Army near Bad Nauhein, Germany during World War II. Huge stacks of five gallon tins and equipment for gasoline supplies in the area. Gasoline cans are filled by Italian prisoners. A United States soldier puts an end of a hose into an oil tank. Oil tanks and trucks parked in the foreground.
Gas supply for the United States Army near Bad Nauhein, Germany during World War II. A truck convoy on a highway. A sign board reads: 'Can Collecting Point'. Trucks return with empty cans to the 3940th (Quarter Master) QM Gas Supply Depot where the cans are unloaded by soldiers.
Gas supply for the United States Army near Bad Nauhein, Germany during World War II. Trucks with empty cans return to the 3940th (Quarter Master) QM Gas Supply Depot. Soldiers refill the empty cans.