U.S. Army General Patton presents Congressional Medal of Honor to Private Harold Garman in Lich,Germany.
Lich Germany Date:1945, April 6 Duration:1 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to soldiers in Lich, Germany during World War II. The Commanding General of the Third U.S. Army George S Patton, Jr. salutes. General Patton, Major Commander General of U.S. 5th Division S Leroy Irwin, and Pvt. Harold A Garman of Albion III wearing a Medical Corp helmet, the recipient of medal, stand together. The U.S. soldiers march. A building in the background. General Patton, General Irwin and Pvt. Garman standing. The soldiers march carrying guns on their shoulders. General Patton pats the shoulder of Pvt. Garman. General Leroy Irwin stands in the background. General Patton shakes hand with Pvt. Garman. Medal and ribbon around the soldier's neck.
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