From Boston to Berlin
by Christopher Mauriello and Roland Regan Jr.


f you would like to donate a photo taken by a serviceman or servicewoman from Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Croatia, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, England, The Netherlands, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Norway, Poland, Serbia, the U.S.A., and the U.S.S.R. between 1937-1945, and who was a parent, grandparent, relative or family friend who served during World War II for placement onto the From Boston to Berlin website under: “Multi-National Airmen, Soldiers, and Sailors Photos of World War II”, please forward any such era photo scanned in either jpeg or tiff formats, with 500-600 PSI resolution, sized 640 x 480 to:

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”.

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Heroics of the Air War over Europe

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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 1945. Capt. Walsh was Roland Regan's Company Commander.
Photo courtesy of his son Jim Walsh.