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Voici des photographies de la 35th Infantry Division prisent par les photographes du Signal Corps.

35th Division pistol range, Camp Robinson, Ark.

1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

35th Division rifle range, Camp Robinson, Ark.

1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

35th Division rifle range, Camp Robinson, Ark.

1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

35th Div. 81mm Trench Mortar, Camp Robinson, Ark.

1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

110th Engineers - 35th Div. Camp Robinson, Ark.

1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

35th Div. Massed Colors, Camp Robinson, Ark.

1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

"YOU GET A NEW ONE IF THE FIRST DOESN'T WORK" - Camp Robinson Ark. sooner or later, every man in training with the 35th Division at Camp Robinson dons his gas mask and goes through this tent for a test. it test both the man's mask and his nerve even though the gas spewing from the can is only the tear gas, not a specimen of the deadly types used in the World War 1.This group above is composed of men of the 35th Division's Headquarters Troop, Warrensburg, Mo. who are undergoring a years federal training at Camp Robinson.

March 4, 1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

"SO THEY'LL "NOSE" IT WHEN THEY MEET IT WORK" - Camp Robinson Ark. what were formerly national guard units from Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri are kept on the move from morning till night at Camp Robinson, learning combat procedure from actual experience.

PHOTO SHOWS: Regimental gas instructors from the 35th Division pratice identifying types of gas by scooping air from holes in which gas capsules of various kinds have been exploded by detonators.

March 4, 1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

"THEY HAVEN'T MECHANIZED THE BAND YET" Camp Robinson Ark. -- The 35th Division's 110th Medical Regiment band goes through the turnstiles at Little Rock, Arkansas Oakland Race Track where the entertained the race fans and accompanied the troops who paraded as part of the program. The band is made up largely of men from Lincoln , Nebraska and is on a year's tour of duty with the federalized national guard.

March 4, 1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

"IT WON'T LAST LONG SOLDIER" Camp Robinson Ark. -- Only one thing wrong with paydays. They don't come often enough. Private Orville Baer, Headquartes Company, 161st Field Artillery of Delia, Kas., counts his money, gets a shine and a bit of refreshment at the canteen at Camp Robinson.

March 4, 1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

HE'S A WELL MARKED MAN
Camp Robinson, Ark. Master Sergeant Harland A. Thomas, army instructor in the 35th Division Signal Company, is one of the best decorated soldiers in the country. He shows his many insignia to Pvt. William Laird (right), of Kansas City, Kans. The decoration are : French Fourrangere, in the coloras of French Croix de Guerre; Five battle clasps for 5 major engagements in World War 1; Expert Marksmen's medal with four leaves, regular regimental, army, and branch insignias on pockets and lapels; and then a long list of decorations on his sleeve, which are from top to bottom: 35th Division insignia showing grade of Master Sergeant; Six V-stripes indicating three years overseas service during World War 1; and eight stripes at the bottom of the sleeve signifying 24 years of service in the army.

March 25, 1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

35th Division Marches in review

In its first full strenght review since World War days, the 35th division marches smartly trough the dust at Camp Robinson, Ark., before the critical eyes of Maj. Gen. Ralph E. Truman and his staff. The leading unit in this picture is the 137th infantry from Kansas.

May 24, 1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

Street Fighting on Louisiana Front.   Riflemen of the 137th Infantry do a spot of sniping from a metal awning over the public library in CHATAM in an attempt to repel an attack by the blue army during the current mimic war. Meanwhile the good folks of CHATAM sit and chat as usual, unperturbed by the goings on.

September 11, 1941 - 11.00 AM.

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

CLEANING UP FOR ACTION
Lake Charles, LA.... Battery D of the 142nd Field Artillery is pictured at the front ready to go into action during the extensive maneuvers between the reds and the blues in several southern gulf states. They are cleaning the tube of the 155mm howitzer.

September 17, 1941

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

Pfc Bill REHWINKEL, KENDALLWILLE, IND and Pfc Fred FRANK, KIEF, N.C., Sit on the bank, Watching their buddies take a boat ride and swim near JOIGNY, France.

134th Infantry Regiment - 35th Infantry Division

August 28, 1944

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Nicolas Georgie's Collection

With allied flags flying, these french civilians, soldiers and yanks watch the jubilation that takes place in the public square following the liberation of NANCY by U.S. and french forces.

September 19, 1944

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

An Unwounded GI, left, and one that as been slightly wounded, right, help a third man to a jeep that will take him to a hospital in the rear area. The men received preliminary treatment at a unit aid station near NANCY, France. 35th Inf Division.

November 8, 1944

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Administrator's Collection

Infantrymen of the 35th Division move through a captured town in ALSACE LORRAINE on their way into the line N.E. of Nancy.

320th Infantry Regiment - 35th Infantry Division

November 19, 1944

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Administrator's Collection

Four U.S. Army Infantrymen are framed by the shattered walls of a wrecked building as they file through an open area in PUTTELANGE, France, shortly after capture of the town.

134th Infantry Regiment - 35th Infantry Division

December 4, 1944

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

Yanks in wrecked SARREGUEMINES FRANCE -- Infantrymen of the U.S Third Army's 35th Division scramble up the Sarre river bank at Sarreguemines. The Lorraine pottery town, scene of the fierce fighting, was captured by the third on December 12th.

December 12, 1944

Credit : LINE AP (ACME)

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

Supporting unit of infantry regiment with 35th Division moves into newly captured TINTAGE, BELGIUM. Town shows result of artillery and air bombardment. TINTANGE, Belgium.

137th Infantry Regiment - 35th Infantry Division

December 27, 1944

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Photographer : Lt. Adrien J. SALVAS 166

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

KEEPING WARM - A JOB IN ITSELF
BELGIUM - Faced by the extreme cold of the Ardennes sector, a wire crew of the U.S. 35th Division has rigged up a stove on the back of their truck which they use to keep bare hands to work the wire so the stove is an important part of their equipment

January 10, 1945

Credit : WP (ACME)

Photographer : Charles HAACKER

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

Pfc Davis E. BALLONE, COLLIERVILLE, TENN, Operates mine sweeper near the town of BIZERY, Belgium While medic Pfc M. JONES, Of NASHVILLE, TENN, stand by to render aid in case of accidental explosion or booby trap. Bothare members of the Third Army, now driving to clean up the german salient in this sector. BIZERY, Belgium.

320th Infantry Regiment - 35th Infantry Division

January 17, 1945

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Administrator's Collection

In makeshift washer - an abandoned tub under which a fire has been built - Tec 5 Joseph BRUNET, MERIDEN, CONN., gives his clothes a drubbing with a wooden paddle while Tec 4 Lawrence E. GARDNER, JERSEY CITY, N.J., waiting his turn, gives advice from side lines. TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH SECT.

35th Signal Company - 35th Infantry Division

February 7, 1945

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Administrator's Collection

Pvt Roland Parker, of 4112 So KANSAS AVE., TOPEKA, KANS., And Tech/5 John BARRETT, of 88 Governors PL., COLUMBUS O., Check calculations for artillery fire direction control. Men are with field artillery unit of 35th Division, 9th U.S. Army, Near HILFARTH, Germany. E/2913T FA BN 35th DIV NUSA.

ETO HQ 45 16278 27 Feb

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Photographer : T/5 A. J. DRUMMOND Jr 165

Administrator's Collection

Engineers of the 35th Division, 9th U.S. Army, Fasten their boat to ponton near HILFARTH, Germany. E/999 TRDWY Bridge Co 35Th Div Engrs

ETO HQ 45 16277 27 Feb

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Photographer : T/5 A. J. DRUMMOND Jr 165

Administrator's Collection

American soldiers stand by with a tank and jeep as Dutch civilians raise the flag of the Netherlands in liberated Venlo after nearly five years of Nazi occupation.

March 2, 1945

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

Lieutenant Colonel George C. Dalie (left) and Task Force Commander Lieutenant Colonel Joseph G. Alexander, Commanding officers of the armored units of the 35th Division, Ninth U.S. Army, relax in their command post after participating in the liberation of Venlo.

March 2, 1945

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

Crew digs in 8-in. Howitzer near BUER, Germany, Held by 35th Division of 9th U.S. Army.

March 31, 1945

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Nicolas GEORGIE's Collection

American infantrymen of the 35th Infantry Division, 9th U.S. Army, File past the body of a dead nazi, lying on sidewalk at right, as they move down a street in the German town of LINTFORT. LINTFORT, Germany. 9th U.S. Army.

320th Infantry Regiment - 35th Infantry Division

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Administrator's Collection

Sgt Edmund F. CARROLL, 3149 Long Blvd., NASHVILLE, TENN., with the 35th Division, U.S. Ninth Army, displays American Red Cross foodstuffs which were found in a civilian German home. House is now being used as headquarters of a Signal Company. Sgt CAROLL's WIFE resides in Bayonne, N.J.

April 28, 1945

Credit : US Army Signal Corps

Administrator's Collection

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