|US Infantrymen move through a break in the Siegfried Line, March 1945. Unit not identified.
|The following photos were provided by S/Sgt John Gramolini, Headquarters 2d
Battalion, 254th Infantry Regiment.
|Soldiers from Hq Co 2d Bn 254th Inf Regt pose
in front of a bar in a German town recently
captured by the 254th Infantry Regiment.: L-R:
M/Sgt Alan Marcher, T/5 Russell Steever, S/Sgt
John Gramolini and ????,????.
|Soldiers from AntiTank Platoon, Hq Co 2d Bn 254th Inf
Regt take a break during combat in Germany 1945. Back
row (R-L) Pfc Robert H. Colburn, M/Sgt Alan Marcher,
Pfc Orland L. Easton, ????,????. Kneeling R-L: S/.Sgt
John Gramolini, ????,????
|Hq Co 2d Bn 254th Inf Regt on the move in Germany-1945
|L-R: Cpl Glenn C McGill, S/Sgt John
Gramolini, T/5 Charles Derbin, Hq Co, 2d Bn
254th Inf Regt somewhere in Germany 1945
|End of Gramolini photos
|Construction Team #2, 563d Signal Company, Germany 1945. Kneeling L-R: T/5 Douglas P. Mitchell
Sr, Pfc Harold A. Dahlquist, Sgt Paul L. Hastings, T/5 Victor H. Rydin, Pfc Elson Robb. Standing: L-
R: Sgt John J. Zielensky (Team Chief), T/5 Irving J. Heslowitz, T/5 Robert J. McGrath, Sgt Louis M.
Stein and Cpl Dennis L. Strongman.
|T/Sgt Frank C Donckers Jr pours a drink for T/4
Charles A. Clark- 2d Platoon, D Company 253d
Infantry Regiment, Kenbach, Germany April 1945
|Bridge over the Danube at Leipheim, Germany. Partially
destroyed by German forces, repaired by 263d Engr
Combat Battalion. April 1945
|At the staging area just north of Marseille,
France, December 1944. L-R S/Sgt Jackson V.
Mims, 1st Lt James L. McKeever and 2d Lt
Harold E. Thompson. I Company 254th Infantry
|L-R: Sgt Edward Gordon Bland and Sgt Ralph G. Fox Jr
enroute to protect a powerhouse in the Colmar, France area,
January 1945. I Company 254th Infantry Regiment
|Another view of the bridge over the Danube
River at Leipheim, Germany April 1945
|Cpl William P. Howe, B Company 363d Medical
Battalion in the Siegfried Line's dragons teeth-tank
traps- March 1945- Germany