Top row: Einsfeld, John F., 3rd Base; Moore, Virgil R., Field; Gallo, Edward N., 2nd Base; Cain, Douglas J., Center Field; Zuzenak, Victor M., Short Stop.
Bottom row: Ratcliff, Floyd H., L. Field; Foreman, Arthur R., Catcher; Dale, Edward, Pitcher; Stephenson, Bobbie M., Roaming Short; Kimber, Arthur D., 1st Base.
Dale hits the old "hit and run" ball.
Bobby Stepehenson hits "one away."
The big dark one coming up.
Pitcher Dale gets set to "groove one."
Riley's Red Raiders, Division Artillery's threat to Battalion Ball Clubs.
"And we called it Home at the end of the campaign."--Schloss Tonndorf.
Headquarters Battery receives Maj. Gen. Robert Grow, Division Commander, at Schloss Tonndorf, June 8, 1945.
RETREAT AT SCHLOSS TONNDORF ANY DAY
"The Dance of the Painted Doll," a USO show, at Schloss Tonndorf.
Brig. Gen. George W. Read, Deputy Division Commander, presents awards to men of Headquarters Battery at Schloss Tonndorf, May, '45.
Sgts. Kling and Souza point with pride to the wall chart of the Division's achievements.
Abandoned plane engines at Langensalza, Germany.
Planes that the Nazi couldn't fly to safety prior to the advance of the Americans found in the forest near Altenburg, Germany.
Tank of the 6th Armored Division prepares to round corner in Offenbach, Germany, a suburb of Frankfurt.
A dead American soldier lies in the foreground as his buddies dash across an open space to escape enemy sniper fire in Oberdorla, Germany. The town fell to Infantry and tanks of the 6th Armored Division.
Be it over so humble, it was "Home" in northern France.
Maj. Gen. Grow receives the Croix de Guerre near Rochlitz, Germany.
Reconnaissance plane moved ashore by troops from flooded area near Moselle River.
The beginning of a mess line in Ossa.
13 September, '44
Troops of CCBB meet French troops of 7th Army at Autun, France.
Services for the men just before they enter battle.
Tankmen park near a pillbox on the Maginot Line in the vicinity of Kappel, Germany. The former fortifications are being used as bivouacs for the tank men.
The field at Niedderad, a suburb of Frankfort-am-Main where we slept under and through a heavy artillery barrage.
One of the many German vehicles taken by an American armored unit in the vicinity of Gros-Tenquin, France. Some of the vehicles have been knocked out of action, when, they ran out of gasoline.
American engineers detonate German mine fields on the outskirts of the French town of Gros-Tenquin.
Dead Nazi Bazooka man huddled in foxhole after being killed by infantrymen of 6th Armored Division near Windischleuba, Germany.
23 February, '45
Direct hit scored on Nazi pillbox by 6th Armored Division Artillery on the outskirts of Prescheid, Germany.
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