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|The camp area is marked by a white line. |
The largest German WW II POW camp was Stalag VII-A at Moosburg, Germany. Over 110,000 allied soldiers were imprisoned there. It was liberated by the U.S. 14th Armored Division following a short battle with SS soldiers of the 17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division on 29 April, 1945.
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|There were eleven Dachu sub-camps near Landsberg am Lech, all with the name Kaufering, numbered I through XI. Kaufering I and Kaufering IV had been designated as sick camps for prisoners who could no longer work. Kaufering IV was liberated by the 12th Armored Division on April 27, 1945 with help from soldiers in the 101st Airborne Division, who arrived on April 28, 1945.|
|On April 1st 1945 15:10 on position 43184012* Sergeant Snodgrass of the 67th Armored Regiment and parts of Task Force Kane of the 3rd Armored Division met on open field in Lippstadt between the Westernkötter Strasse and Böckenförder Strasse - the Ruhr pocket is closed. |
Ca. 430,000 soldiers of the Heeresgruppe B under command of Field Marshall Walter Model are trapped. 20 days la...
|All roads and rail lines obstructed by allied bombs at St.Vith during the Hun Winter Offensive in the Ardennes - 14 January 1945.|
St-Vith is a town in the Belgian Province of Liège. At the beginning of the German Blitzkrieg in 1940, the town and most of Eastern Belgium was annexed by Germany. They felt this was a just cause. After all, the district of Eupen-Malmedy had been part ...
|Barracks of the US Berlin Brigade (BBDE).|
First US troops in Berlin were from the 2nd "Hell on Wheels" Armored Division who were soon replaced by elements of the 82nd "All American" Airborne Division and 78th "Lightening" Infantry Division. Shortly, these two divisions were withdrawn; replaced by the 3rd "Old Guard" Infantry Regiment which was inactivated in 1946. 3rd Battalion, ...
|2 March 1945.
TACTICAL OPERATIONS (Ninth Air Force): In Germany, the 9th Bombardment Division hits 5 bridges, 2 communications centers, 3 ordnance and motor transport depots, several city areas, and 6 targets of opportunity; the objectives are to hinder movement of enemy troops trying to help the German
army caught in front of the US Third Army, to obstruct movement in general, and ...
|In 2006, division number 11 was first used in the Canada 2006 census. In Google Earth, you have the option to turn these on or off. This division has not yet been shown on Google Earth, so this is why I am uploading this.||09/10/2009||629|
|Location of all 66 teams who are going to playing in the 2010–11 Southern Football League. This includes all 3 divisions (Premier Division, Division One Central and Division One South & West)||07/20/2010||893|
|All the teams of the 1st division with his names and logos.||12/28/2005||681|
|The former New York Central Putnam Division connected with the Hudson Division at this point. A section of track remains with some railroad cars spotted on it. Fly over the location and see what remains.||10/16/2005||1,102|
|The map shows the drop points of the units of the 82. Airborne Division.|
|That map shows the drop points of the units of the 101. Airborne Division.|