|Troops of the 254th Infantry Regiment crossing the Neckar River.
|Tent of Lane and Johnson,
HqCo2dBn 254th Inf at Staging area
2, Delta Base Section Marseille,
France Dec 44."Ice Box Hill"
|1st Class Rail Cars awaiting troops of the 63rd
Infantry Division for movement from Marseille to
Camp Oberhoffen area. Dec 44
|Damaged railyards in the Marseille, France area Dec 44
|Lyon, France as seen from 63rd Inf Div troop train- Dec 44
|Burned out boxcars in the Lyon railyard
|Taking a rest from the rigors of "1st Class" train travel. In
the photo are Ferd Mueller, Larry Johnson and Hank Wallace
of Hq Co 2d Bn 254th Inf. Other are also from Hq Co or
Anti-Tank Company 254th- Enroute Sarreguemines area- 18
|Chow line on train trip stop over. L-R: Vollweiler, Meek,
Chaney, Silberman, Miller and McCroskery all of Hq Co
254th Infantry- Dec 44
|254th troops barter for wine. Identified as
Larry Johnson Hq 2dBn 254th and George
Bates(possibly Hq 363rd Med)
|Original Intelligence Section Hq 2d Bn 254th Inf: LtoR: Tom Glunt,
Larry Johnson, Richard Zeese, Buss Short, Ferd Mueller, Hank
Wallace. Photo taken by Ralph Lane. Bill Hart missing.
|Ralph Lane at dugout bunker, Sarreguemines
Forest France. Hq Co 2d Bn 254th Inf
|63rd Div soldier surveys remains of bunker in
the Sarreguemines Forest
|Richard Zeese testing his grenade
throwing arm. Hq Co 2d Bn 254th Inf
|American Tank, hit by German 88mm fire and destroyed.
|The only civilian transportation remaining in St Ingbert,
Germany, Mar 45
|German POW's escorted to rear by 63rd
Infantry Division soldier.
|Chow time, Mar 45. L to R: Unknown, Larry Johnson, Bill
Hart and Tom Glunt- Hq Co 2d Bn 254th Inf