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Meuse-Argonne Image Gallery

Originally published by MHQ magazine. Published Online: May 03, 2011 
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U.S. military police direct supply wagons and motor trucks behind the lines on a foggy morning. (All images: National Archives)


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    Mary Whatley says:

    Does anyone have information on the 425th Dump Truck Company from WWII. They were part of the 313th Combat Engineer Battalion, 88th Division, 5th Army and landed in Casablanca on Ap 12, 1943. In the fall 1943 they went to Salerno and worked their way up through Italy.
    Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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    NARA: National Archives and records Administration: College Park, MD. You can search on line.

    The Army Historical Center in Carlisle,PA has helped me by telephone in the past. Give them a try as well.

    Good Luck !!

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    Muriel says:

    War truly is a terrible thing. The images capture the almost surreal element of war – highlighting that, contrary to what we think, war is an unnatural state of being. I hope that world leaders today can reflect on the carnage that war has caused, both externally and internally, for those that lived through it. Thank you for sharing such a haunting galley.

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