Pictorial History of the 63rd
Infantry Division in Combat-Page 20
Photos furnished by Pfc Thomas E. Glunt, Intelligence
Section Hq Co 2d Bn, 254th Infantry continue-----
|Sign beneath the One-Way sign reads" You are now
entering Germany Compliments of the Fighting 253rd
Infantry". At least the sign appears to be the 253rd.
Certainly a mixed welcome
|63rd Infantry Division soldiers preparing to cross the
Neckar River. Unit unknown
|Lane & Mueller, Hq 2d Bn 254th taking a break in Mannheim
|Ralph Lane, Hq 2d Bn 254th in Mannheim
|Mannheim Hotel before the war. Used as billets by Hq 2d
Bn 254th Inf. Those Intelligence guys really had it easy.
|Mannheim Hotel dining room set up for evening meal for
Hq 2d Bn 254th Infantry. See I told you those guys had
|Church outside of Stadel, Germany
|Intelligence Squad, Hq 2d Bn, 254th Inf- 28 Apr 45.
Glunt missing-still in Hospital
|Members of the 2d Squad, Antitank Platoon, 254th
Infantry in the Danube River area 28 Apr 45
|Members of Intelligence Section Hq 2d Bn
254th Inf with Artillery Observer
|Intelligence Squad Hq 2d Bn 254th Inf. L-R: Buss Short,
Ferd Mueller, Richard Zeese, Bill Hart, ?? and Larry
|Artillery Unit in action. Unit designation
|63rd Infantry Division soldiers overlooking
|63rd Infantry Soldier overlooks destroyed German
Bunker. Area unknown, but probably Siegfried Line.
|Artillery rounds lay smoke.
|Artillery fire hits Ensheim, Germany 15 Mar 45. Town in
the valley is Eschringen, Germany
|Siegfried Line Tank traps- Dragons