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Barnes, Hubert D. Headquarters XXI Corps

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09591.11.01 Author/Creator: Barnes, Hubert D. Place Written: Germany Type: Typed document Date: 17 May 1945 Pagination: 2 p ; 20.3 x 33.1 cm.

Summary of Content: The document is typed by Lt. Col. Hubert D. Barnes to the Adjutant General in Washington, D.C. A table is listed indicating battle and non battle casualties. The continued troop movement made re-supplying difficult and maintenance, so vehicles were not in good condition. The last indicated stop was Gauting, Germany near Munich. Many prisoners were captured who had deserted the German army or became lost.


Historical Era: Great Depression and World War II, 1929-1945

Subjects: World War IISoldiers and CiviliansAfrican American Troops

Sub Era: World War II

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