The 29th DIVISION’S DRIVE on ST. LO
June 16, 1944. Expecting a restful day in the midst of the 29th Division’s drive on St. Lo, Company E of the 115th moves to occupy St. Clair, only to find that an enterprising group of German Fallschirmjäger has slipped into the town through a communications trench. One German paratrooper, having holed himself up in a church steeple, was shooting any American that moved.
Image size is 14″ x 18″, overall print size is 18″ x 24″.
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