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Leipheim, Germany bridge
The Leipheim, Germany Bridge.  This bridge was intact as the first
elements of the 254th Infantry Regiment began to pass over the Danube
River.  Between two infantry platoons, the German defenders of Leipheim
blew the bridge, but as you can see it was still passable for foot traffic.-
April 1945
German POWs being escorted to the rear.
       German POW's on the move back to the rear area.
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