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134th Infantry Regiment

"All Hell Can't Stop Us"

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Combat History of the 137th Infantry Regiment

World War II

Transcribed by Roberta V. Russo, Palatine, Illinois

Chapter 2 - Photographs and Maps

Scene within a hedgerow

A sunken road bordered by two hedgerows inside the German position. The complete cover permitted freedom of movement within the position and afforded excellent protection against our artillery fire.

A fitting finish for one of Hitler's Supermen

St. Lo

St. Lo area - church in background was German strongpoint.

A German Mark V "Panther" knocked out by our TD's

8-inch rifle used to shell St. Lo

Pont Hebert, July 1944

Pont Herbert railway station, August 1944

Troops examine equipment left behind by the retreating Germans

Crew of a knocked-out tank destroyer take cover behind their vehicle while trying to locate the gun that fired on them. In the foreground are some horses killed by the same gun.

Map - St. Lo area

Map - Torigny-sur-Vire area

Map - Vire River area

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