U.S. 95th Infantry Division troops on vehicles entering Saarlautern, Germany, in World War II
Saarlautern Germany Date:1944, December 12 Duration:53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. 95th Infantry Division troops in Saarlautern Germany during World War 2. A sign reads 'you are now entering Germany through the courtesy of 95th Div'. Two U.S. troops stand beside the sign. The soldier on the right is Technician Fourth Grade (T/4) Julian Koentz, of Trenton, Illinois, a member of the 378th Infantry Regiment, 95th Division. A road sign identifies the town of 'Saarlautern'. The troops in vehicles enter the town. A sign posted on a a tree reads 'Danger Beware of Mines and Booby Traps'. The soldier on the left is Sgt Andrew Rauch of Chicago,Illinois, also of the 378th Infantry. (Note: Rauch was identified by Julian Koentz, while looking over still photos of this event with his son Robert L Koentz, who provided this information.)
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