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Camp Gordon, Georgia – 12th Infantry, Company “I” – World War Two

“The 12th Infantry Regiment was reorganized as a Motorized Infantry Regiment on 29 September 1942. Less than a year later, on 1 August 1943, the 12th was reorganized as a standard infantry regiment when the 4th Division was converted from … Continue reading

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Friday’s Faces From the Past – Eileen from England, 1944

The three friends shown above look so carefree, that you wouldn’t think it was taken in the midst of a war. England had already been hit hard, many times, from the Nazi Army before the Americans joined forces with the … Continue reading

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