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Photo of John and Margaret Manger, in St. Louis, MO at the time of their wedding. Farewell words written later appear on the back of the original photograph. "Magee" was short for "Margaret". "Remember. I love you darling and am thinking and praying for you every moment of the day-Be sweet Yours, Magee"
September 17, 1942
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Eupen, Belgium
October 1944
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Eupen, Belgium (Opposite view)
October 1944
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Somewhere in Belgium S-2 Section 164th Eng c Bn
October 1944
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Somewhere in Belgium JPM & L.T. Peterson, Jr.
November 28, 1944
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Floating Bailey Bridge Andenne, Belgium "Built by 164th Engr C Bn Center Span Out Because of Ice."
December 1944
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On the road to St. Vith, Belgium, east of Vielsahm, Belgium, in the heart of the Ardennes. This is what happens when a Class 70 load tries to cross a Class 40 Bailey Bridge.
January 1945
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On the road to St. Vith, Belgium, east of Vielsahm, Belgium, in the heart of the Ardennes. This is what happens when a Class 70 load tries to cross a Class 40 Bailey Bridge. (Close up )
January 1945
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164 E moved into town (Remagen, Germany) on 3/8/45 under heavy shellfire to construct anti-mine booms to protect RR/Highway bridge. J.P.M. first crossed Rhine on morning of 3/9/45 and promptly came under heavy observed artillery fire.
March 9, 1945
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J.P. Manger Bruhl, Germany (am/Rhine)
May 1945
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