This 1945 photograph was taken in Laren right after the end of the war. It shows Dientje Krant and her cousin, Gabriel DeLeeuw. When Dientje first met Gabriel after the war, he introduced himself as Kees, and it was not until later when Dientje reunited with her parents that she learned Kees was Gabriel, her cousin.
Small photos of the Rhine River and the Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen. The 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group passed by here en route to their next base a few weeks after the capture of the bridge at Remagen. The page also includes a brief historical overview concerning the strategies employed in chasing the Germans across the Rhine.
Five photographs of Lawrence Layden and fellow officers. Top left: Capt. Colin S. White, Greenwich, Conn. Top right: Capt. Franklin B. Tostevin, Westfield, New Jersey, K.I.A. Middle: Maj. Paul F. Ebeltoft, Dickinson, N. Dak. Bottom left: Chaplain Julian Lindsey, Washington, N.C. (at Wurzburg Castle). Bottom right: Lawrence Layden (at Wurzburg Castle)
ID card was issued by a Jewish chaplain in the U.S. army and sanctioned by city hall in Pocking, Germany on August 21, 1945. Among the information on the card is Pincus' date of liberation (May 5, 1945) and his Auschwitz prisoner number (161253). Pincus is still wearing his jacket from Auschwitz.