|All shown in the photo are from H Company, 253d Infantry Regiment. Research of the names revealed the following;
2dLt Fred G. Branam. S/Sgt Benjamin P. Breglia, Pfc Max B. Nunn, Pfc Walter J. Rajczak, S/Sgt John, J. R. Kinney,
(Briglia seems to be a duplicate of Breglia) Pfc Thomas A. Pinchback, S/Sgt Eli Podlesney, Pfc Wilford D. Raymond,
Cpl Roland J. St Gelais, Pfc or T/5 Paul E or Theodore W Wolf, Pfc Thomas J. Casey, Pfc Elmer E. Buchholz, S/Sgt
Roman Korczynski, Pfc Raymond L Radzikowski, S/Sgt Leo L. Strack, Pfc Michael Prenzi, 2dLt or Pfc Cager or James
Nelson, Pfc Harry J Murphy Jr, Pfc Dominick Busco, Pfc LOouis McDowell Jr and Pfc James N. Salmon. NOTE: Where
two grades and names are listed, only the last name was on the photo and there were two members of H/253 with that
|The two items above were from the files of T/4 Forrest Grant Holts of Headquarters 63rd Infantry Division.
Personnel listed on the address page are from Headquarters and Headquarters Company 63rd Infantry Division
|Photo taken by Herr Rolf Meister, German Historian in 1988 during a visit of A Company, 253d
Infantry Regiment veterans to the Buchhof/Stein area. L-R: Mrs Urban and Mrs Vermillion, Dr.
Linscott , Professor Dr, Guenther Beck-German Historian, Pfc Clifford Urban, T/Sgt Carl A.
Jackson, S./Sgt Paul Vermillion, Hermann Henninger and Freiherr Von Goler Ravenburg.
|Pfc John H. LeClere, A Company 254th Infantry
|Pfc Alf L. Crutchfield, I Company, 254th Infantry Regiment (4th Platoon).
|Message board installed at Colerain High School, Cincinnati, Ohio. Photo supplied by Mrs
Chris Heather, daughter of Pfc Rodger W. Huether, F Company 255th Infantry Regiment.
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sent to the Infantry instead of the Quartermaster. Click here for access to that booklet.
|Staff Sergeant Paul Obal, B Company, 255th Infantry Regiment- Camp Van Dorn, MS 1943-44
Others is group photo are not identified
|The four photos above were taken at the Saint Avold Military Cemetery, Lorraine France by German Historian Michael Jordan.
|Sergeant Richard R. Perry, G Company, 255th Infantry
Regiment. Photo taken in Amsterdam, Netherlands 1945
|Photos and newspaper article above, relate to Sgt Richard R. Perry, G Company 255th Infantry Regiment