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This was a very exciting evening spent in London in February 1944. Lots of noise and anxious moments spent in the heart of the city around Piccadilly Circus area. Fortunately no close hits in the vicinity that we could see or hear. Could have been a…

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Map carried through Europe, with the route marked by blue pencil.

My necklace for four years!!!

Mike Boris [PA], Otto Steinbruek [NY], Bob Tyrer [MA]

Mike Boris [PA] & Bob Tyrer [MA] Mike was an Infantry Security Guard for our Communications Wirehead post [Victor 0]. Off Duty at time of the photo!!!!!

Meal time by 56th Signal Battalion Forces at Communications Test Point located in the Cerisey Forest, a few miles from the Beaches of Normandy and near St. Lo. The station was located adjacent to a damaged concrete bunker as a result of a direct hit…

Troops loading onto the SS Argentina, (ironically the same ship the carried the selected returning troops of the 56th Signal Battalion towards the UK in June 1942) for the return journey home. Southampton, England, June 1945.

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Letter of commendation to troops of V Corps by Lt. General Courtney Hodges, Commander First United States Army to Commander V Corps, Major General Clarence R. Huebner.


V-Mail letter written by Bob Searl to his brother in USA on May 24, 1944, one day after leaving base Camp in Taunton, England and arriving at one of the many marshalling area camps on the coast of England preparing to board the Initial Assault…


La Pie qui Tette, Vierville, France, the first few days in Normandy.
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