To help you view the faces of the brave men in this photo, I am showing the photo in several parts. You may see the some of the men in more than one photo. This was to help you see the photos better. Please click on the photos to view a larger size photo. If you find a love one in these photos, please place a comment below the photograph. You can also email us and let us know. We'd love to hear from you. We have no idea what these brave men did during the war, and we'd like to hear their story. 
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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous5:00 AM

    Thanks for posting this fine picture! My grandfather, Staff Sergeant (S/Sgt.) William J. Tamarato, U.S. Army is in the back/top row, 2nd from the left. His home address during the war was 117 South Day Street, Orange, New Jersey. S/Sgt. Tamarato is mentioned on page 43, 44, and 45, and 489 in "With the 102d Infantry Division through Germany". Pages 42 through 45 give an account of the 407th Infantry Regiment’s first night combat patrol conducted in the vicinity of Birgden, Germany during the night of 1-2 November 1944. - J. Malone