HQ, 1st BN, 506th PIR
Paris
December 1944


The end of November 1944 found the 506th PIR at a former French artillery
garrison just outside the village of Mourmelon. Here they rested, reorganized,
and received replacements. The lucky ones got to see Paris.

from the scrapbook of PVT Svend P. Christensen (HQ, 1st BN, 506th PIR, 1942-1945)
Womack and Albright

(L-R): Crit C. Womack, Jr. and Charles Albright



Albright, Gazdacko, and Brinkley

(L-R): Charles Albright, Albert Gazdacko (WIA 01/06/45, Bastogne), and Richard Lamar Brinkley



Woods and Merrill

(L-R): Carmen C. Woods and Albert E. Merrill



Young and Gazdacko

(L-R): Robert Young and Albert Gazdacko



Reims

Unidentified 506th soldiers in
German hats at Reims, France


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