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Red line depicts the 348th Combat Engineers wartime movements while the blue line represents their post-war movements. When the war ended, the 348 were in Czechoslovakia.
Fellow Combat Engineers preparing for another day's preparation before D-Day in Wales.
Future Heavyweight Champion of the World “Rocky Marciano” with Roland in Swansea Wales before D-Day.
D-Day +2 Combat Engineering Company A Officers catching a moments rest on Omaha Beach.
A disabled German Mark V tank also know as the “Tiger Tank”. Due to the German advances in many weapons systems, both Tiger and Panther (Mark VI) tanks were usually shipped by Combat Engineers back to the United States for intelligence review and testing.
Combat Engineers repairing a bridge across one of Germany's many rivers. When the Allies entered Germany in late February-to-early-March 1945 it was known as the “River War Campaign."
Like many cities and towns in Germany, Seiberg did not escape the Allies intense carpet bombing campaigns.
A small overflow concentration camp for the much larger Dachau, the Ludwiglust concentration camp clearly shows the horrors of the Nazi regime.
Roland Regan and the Combat Engineers on Leave in Paris, France. Late May/Early June 1945.
Roland atop the twin engine fighter plane the P-38 “Lightening” while on leave.
Best friends meet in France, Roland Regan (left) and Chet Whitten.
Roland and a fellow combat engineer pose with drawings done by a USO Artist.