Victory meeting at the 12th Army Group Headquarters, Bad Wildungen in Germany attended by Generals of the Allied forces post World War II. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, General Omar Bradley, General Courtney Hodges along with other Generals and officials of the Allied army are present. A horse gifted to General Bradley by Russian Marshal Konev.
Generals of the Allied forces attend a Victory meeting at the 12th Army Group Headquarters, Bad Windungen in Germany post World War II. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, General Omar Bradley, General Courtney Hodges along with other Generals and officials of the Allied army step out of the headquarter building and settle for a group photograph. Generals inspect a horse gifted to General Omar Bradley by Russian Marshal Konev.
Supreme Allied Commander, U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower sits for group portrait with other U.S.military leaders and a British General, following the end of World War Two, in Europe. Among others seen, in the front row of the portrait, are General George Patton, General Omar Bradley, General Courtney Hodges, and the British General. A soldier stands with a horse sent as a gift, to General Bradley, from Soviet Marshal Ivan Stepanovich Konev. The horse blanket under the saddle bears a white star. Generals Hodges and Patton examine the horse. General Patton looks in its mouth. General Bradley and General Eisenhower walk around the horse and discuss it.
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.
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.