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Images 136-140

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Jack Palmerston--"One of the guys was also a fairly skilled amateur photographer and, with some of these liberated cameras, we set up a little portrait studio."


James Y. Burnside


Russian D.P. gathering firewood--"We saw a lot of displaced persons. The problem was, what was going to happen to these people? Many of them had come west with the Russian army, but they knew better than to want to go back to Russia. So camps were set up, and areas of cities were marked off as quarters for displaced persons. There were thousands of them. The Polish Army troops--a lot of them stayed--and they were in charge of the black market in occupied Germany. They would come to where the American troops were staying, wanting watches, ciga


Small bridge under Vianden Bridge


Capt. Wilson, S-2, on reconnaissance


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