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Group of US, Czech, Russian, Yugoslavian prisoners cheering, waving and laughing ...HD Stock Footage - YouTube 14th Armored Division

Group of US, Czech, Russian, Yugoslavian prisoners cheering, waving and laughing ...HD Stock Footage - YouTube 14th Armored Division

GIs de l'infanterie blindée 62e, 14e Division blindée, font leur chemin à travers les ruines de Gemünden avril 6,1945 GIs of the 62nd Armored Infantry, 14th Armored Division, make their way through the ruins of Gemünden on April 6,1945

GIs de l'infanterie blindée 62e, 14e Division blindée, font leur chemin à travers les ruines de Gemünden avril 6,1945 GIs of the 62nd Armored Infantry, 14th Armored Division, make their way through the ruins of Gemünden on April 6,1945

Assault on Gemünden 14th Armored Division

Assault on Gemünden 14th Armored Division

47th tank battalion 14th armored division in  Hesselbach Germany 8 april 1945

47th tank battalion 14th armored division in Hesselbach Germany 8 april 1945

American radio operator guide a M4 Sherman, the 14 Armored Division, to its objectives, Oberhoffen, Alsace, February 6, 1945.

American radio operator guide a M4 Sherman, the 14 Armored Division, to its objectives, Oberhoffen, Alsace, February 6, 1945.

Kleingemünden. This part of town suffered particularly heavily, as it was fought over twice, the first time being when Task Force Baum was diverted here by blown bridges. The M4A3E8 tank in this photo is one of TF Baum's tanks that was immobilized near the western side of the Saale River bridge (LT Raymond Keil, C Co., 37th Tank Battalion). The infantrymen seen here were from the 19th Armored Infantry Battalion, Combat Command B, 14th Armored Division

Kleingemünden. This part of town suffered particularly heavily, as it was fought over twice, the first time being when Task Force Baum was diverted here by blown bridges. The M4A3E8 tank in this photo is one of TF Baum's tanks that was immobilized near the western side of the Saale River bridge (LT Raymond Keil, C Co., 37th Tank Battalion). The infantrymen seen here were from the 19th Armored Infantry Battalion, Combat Command B, 14th Armored Division

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