American soldiers of the 289th Infantry Regiment march along the snow-covered road on their way to cut off the St. Vith-Houffalize road in Belgium.
January 24, 1945. Photo by Richard A. Massenge.
This entry was posted on November 15, 2012 by Jay. It was filed under War, Military and was tagged with 1945, 289th Infantry Regiment, American, B&W, Belgium, March, Photography, Richard A. Massenge, Snow, Soldiers, St Vith-Houffalize.
My dad was there and I have a small tray (2 tiles framed with tiles depicting a beautiful town (to be identified in Belgium) he sent home during this troop deployment. The artist is M Hauseux 1945. I am trying to learn more. Saw this and thought I would comment. Thank you for posting.
March 14, 2015 at 21:35
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