Pictorial History of the 63rd Infantry
Division in Combat-Page 75
>Pictorial History Page 63>Pictorial History Page 64> Pictorial History Page 65>Pictorial History Page
66>Pictorial History Page 67> Pictorial History Page 68>Pictorial History Page 69>Pictorial History Page 70>
Pictorial History Page 71
> Pictorial History Page 72>Pictorial History Page 73>Pictorial History Page 74>
Pictorial History Page 75>
Pfc Richard E. Kuhlmann is in rear row far right.  All are members of F Company 253d,
Infantry Regiment- Germany 1945
Home town news article relating to Pfc Richard E. Kuhlmann, F Company, 253d Infantry
Regiment-1945
Go to Pictorial History Page 76

Return to Division History Page 1

Return to Pictorial History Page 74
22 Nov 13
The photos above are identified as photos of T/Sgt Alek K. Mayer, B Company, 254th Infantry Regiment somewhere in Germany 1945.  
Personnel were not specifically identified, but my guess is that T/Sgt Mayer is in the center front of the photo on the left, on the left of the center
photo and standing by the jeep in the photo on the right.
Contents
Index
Homepage
The Association
Division History
253rd Regimental Page
254th Regimental Page
255th Regimental Page
Division Artillery
Support Battalions
Special Troops
Buddy Search
Memorabilia
Mail Call
Reunions
Division Memorials
Bulletin Board
Related Web Pages
Web Rings
Credits Page
Send  me
an                e-mail
Telegram received by Mrs. Vina E. Robinson, wife of 1st Lt James B Robinson advising of Lt
Robinson death on 6 April 1945.  1st Lt Robinson was awarded the Medal of Honor for his
heroic deeds leading up to his death.
In center of this photo:  T/5 Robert W. Bard, B Company 253d Infantry Regiment.  Date and
place unknown.  Others in the photo are not identified.  Photo provided by Tim Malone
T/5 Robert W. Bard, B Company 253d Infantry
Regiment. Date and place unknown.  Photo provided
by Tim Malone.
Photo from T/5 John T. Mans, Headquarters Battery, 718th Field
Artillery Battalion- Germany 1945
The following page showing the Itinerary of Medical Detachment, 254th Infantry Regiment was kept by  Pfc
William A Cline and provided by his son, Doctor David M. Cline