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No. 145 (October 5, 1948)

Big red 1 "takes 10" ,   pp. [16]-[17] PDF (2.0 MB)


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"Takes 10"
For seven days they took it easy-
that is, most of them. Some had to
keep busy, for example the various
regimental photographers who snap-
ped the pictures on these pages. Duty
also called for the kitchen personnel,
which had to keep on feeding hungry
men.
But there was time    for strolls
during the day along Garmisch streets,
and trips by cog-train and cable car
to the top of Zugspitze. At night there
was dancing and music.
y Signal Corps
A view of the tent area of the 26th Infantry Regiment, with Zugspltze,
the highest mountain in Germany, towering high in the background.
r peacefully, T14 Joe Sloan, regi-
y Plc Gilh.rt (- a-;,k__i
P1c Clyde Hearold (left) and T14 Jacob Coxen view the wonderland
of snow and mountains from the top of Zugspitze mountain.
Plc Louis D. Randall (left) and Ptc George J. Kreusling, "on the Inside
Jooking out" of their pup tent, relax and enjoy a pre-breakfast smoke.


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