If you would like to donate a photo or photos taken by a family serviceman or servicewoman member who were involved in the European, Pacific and/or North African theaters of war during WWII for placement onto the "From Boston to Berlin" website under the “Multinational Airmen, Soldiers, and Sailors Photos of World War II”, please send an email to us via the Contact Us link on the Hone Page. Please follow the instructions under the Contact Us section on our homepage.
Please send your name, country of origin, service member's name who had actual taken the photo and his or her country's military branch.
In addition, enclose a caption explaining the photo contents: names of individuals in the picture, date, and location. If the content of the photo is unknown that is just fine.
Sharing these invaluable photos as time capsules from the greatest event of the 20th century is a tremendous gift for all current and future generations to see and your contribution is deeply appreciated by the co-authors of “From Boston to Berlin”.
Capt. Robert L. Walsh of the 348th Combat Engineers looking up from the surf of Omaha Beach on the morning of D-Day 6 June 1944. Capt. Walsh was Roland Regan's Company Commander. Photo courtesy of his son Jim Walsh.