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    • Gardelegen, Germany

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany  *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany  *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany  *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany  *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany  *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany  *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Gardelegen, Germany  *Warning Graphic Content*

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • On Friday, April 13, 1945 in preparation of their imminent surrender to U.S. troops; German SS troops, under the orders of a local Nazi official, slaughtered over 1,000 religious, political, and military prisoners of war in an attempt to hide their...
    • Soldiers of the 252nd Fa Bn

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; Germany
    • Corporal Charles Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II. He used his camera to record his unit`s march across Germany in the attempt reach capture...
    • Soldiers of the 252nd Fa Bn

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; Germany
    • Corporal Charles Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II. He used his camera to record his unit`s march across Germany in the attempt reach capture...
    • Soldiers of the 252nd Fa Bn

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; Germany
    • Corporal Charles Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II. He used his camera to record his unit`s march across Germany in the attempt reach capture...
    • Soldiers of the 252nd Fa Bn

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; Germany
    • Corporal Charles Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II. He used his camera to record his unit`s march across Germany in the attempt reach capture...
    • Kuckhoven, Germany

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; Germany
    • Corporal Charles Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II. He used his camera to record his unit`s march across Germany in the attempt reach capture...
    • German Castle

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; Germany
    • Corporal Charles Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II. He used his camera to record his unit`s march across Germany in the attempt reach capture...
    • Elbe River, Germany

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; Germany; Elbe River
    • Corporal Charles Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II. He used his camera to record his unit`s march across Germany during the later part of the war...
    • Liberated Slave Labor

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; Germany; Slave labor
    • Corporal Charles Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II. He used his camera to record his unit`s march across Germany in the attempt reach capture...

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