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Vianden Castle--"The reason Vianden is important in our battalion history is in February '45 the only Germans left outside of Germany were on the Luxembourg border. This town, Vianden, is right on the border and the Germans still occupied it. Our assignment was to take that town."


50 franc note--obverse


50 franc note--reverse, Vianden Castle


The dragon's teeth at German frontier near Aachen: "The Siegfried line--the Germans built a line of pillboxes all along the Rheinland bordering Luxembourg."


Battalion CP in Aachen


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