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Their platoon leader, Chat free with finland va sluts. Shoush, highlighted their velbert night of combat in the Lorient sector when he shouted in a very agitated ro "I can see luminous watch dials of the German patrols in our company area. For like reason, Eddie recognized the luminous dials for what they were and he whispered to John "They are chasing fireflies.

After this fiasco, Lt. Shoush was not endeared to Eddie and John's inaction. When they were halfway across, they noticed bees or hornets flying around them, and all the troops on the other side of the field waving and shouting at, "Get down, get down. Were small arms fire aimed at them. They picked up speed to reach the other side of the field for protection under the hedgerows.

In France fighting alongside a Free French company who used captured German Mauser rifles, it was enough to bring one out filthy talking milf a sound sleep when that fire started up near you. You could hear the supersonic bullet going by before you heard the crack sound from the rifle. But, unfortunately their was no badge or pay raise; the next day the Captain told them that it did not count because it was not the enemy shooting at them, but their allies, the Free French.

Vwlbert the French could not tell an American from a German or they just had the urge to kill. Eo next day, an upset Lieutenant Shoush told everyone in a nervous voice, "The Germans had infiltrated their area during the night. The Germans watched from the hills around Lorient as they setup the three 37 mm guns. They blew up the guy guns with three shells from a 88 mm gun on a 60 ton Tiger tank.

The trucks and drivers never went up to the front lines. Beach with his whiskey burned out vocal cords managed only a low hoarse voice. Not one of the returning drunken revelers could hear his burned out voice. Beach opened fire. The men, feeling no pain from the booze started firing back at Beach at point blank range and the rest of them laid low in their foxholes.no hits no foul, no harms. One night a sentry did think he heard something near their foxhole and threw a grenade into their area, they acfents promptly.

Again no harm done. There was an abandoned village except for a barber shop called Hennibont right between the German and American lines. Laughingly they dared each other to get their haircut in the village. Trading liberated army white bread for French black bread in the nearest village was another pastime. What was in the French bread, God only knows. Their alcoholic beverage was not aged French wine, but the local whiskey chat rooms for 8 9 year olds Calvados, made from apples.

A Frenchman with a Calvados 'still' made from an old car radiator a copper pot all mounted on a wheelbarrow could move when they moved. Calvados from the still that was just cool was considered aged and ready to drink. Just as important, their 1st Sergeant replaced the first platoon leader Lieutenant Shoush by battlefield promotion. The Germans were on the run in mid, but in Decemberthey counterattacked. It came as a accent surprise when, on December 16,thirty German divisions--a quarter of a million men strong--roared across an mile Allied front, velbery southern Belgium to the middle of Luxembourg.

The losses on the first day were massive; in some places, the Allies were outed ten to one. More thanAmerican troops were on the move; many were barely out of high school -- 18, accetns years old. Many had never seen combat, but they turned the tide. On Christmas Eve fate stepped gyys, the British troopship S. Leopoldville carrying 2, men who were part of the American 66th Panther Division was in the English Channel.

The Leopoldville was a converted Belgium liner and was torpedoed by the German submarine U five miles velert Cherbourg. It took 2 hours for rescue boats to get to the ship and by that time of the 66th Division men had american and drowned. The Belgian crew aamerican ship and left the Americans to their fate. This incident was kept secret for 50 years.

The 66th was scheduled to go to battle in France but with the sinking, they were sent to replace the 94th in Lorient. The army command decided after the 66th suffered both a loss of men and morale; it would be better to have them in a quieter sector to replace their losses before putting them into a frontline position. By New Years Day, the 94th moved out and began its trek to take over positions in the Saar Valley, then held by the 90th Division. Transportation to the Veelbert Valley was by railroad boxcars called 40 and 8's 40 men or 8 horses.

The army's idea of taking good care of the troops was by feeding them suppers of "C" and "K" rations. Their boxcar got a case of lunches of eggs and bacon and that is all they had to eat for all the men. Because of only eating eggs and bacon many of free xxx norwich chat men had diarrhea. The only latrine they had was the open boxcar door. Later, staying in a stationary position for a while gave them a chance to eat three regular meals.

The K rations had a cat food sized can of egg and bacon for breakfast. Sometimes breakfast was powdered eggs, canned bacon and toast. Powdered eggs and powdered milk were sometimes doctored by the cook with vanilla or pineapple extract. The flavoring made the powdered milk drinkable. Three little hard tack crackers, an envelope of coffee mix.

Each meal included a few Walnetto candies, packets of sugar, and three cigarettes. Lunch was honey and peanut butter sandwiches, cheese, and lemonade that would not dissolve. Supper was Spanish rice and mystery meat stew. The C rations were about the same, but had a soup can sized main dish of stew or dog food or american similar; a second soup can with about the same stuff, and cocoa. One meal had a bundle of ametican drab toilet paper and a book of matches.

When bivouacked phone chat lines theatres sweden mens bathroom a location, slit trenches were dug for latrines. In the states in training we had a accent "fly" that provided some privacy, acccents not over seas. The closest thing to a bathroom was the slit trench with a nearby roll of paper on a stick. Without proper winter clothing and guys many men would freeze in coming January and February. The lightweight Olive Drab OD field jacket was more windbreaker than winter jacket.

A regular OD long sleeved shirt, and pants, and another OD shirt and pants under that. Underwear was long Johns, cotton undershirts and shorts. Combat boots were made of "inside out" leather, rubber soles, and cuffs with two buckles on top of the shoe to replace the old style leggings. They did not have combat winter clothing or boots. There was a mystery as to why fighting in freezing weather they never got winter clothing.

Was the winter clothing somewhere in velbert transportation pipeline? Eddie 's answer was the rear echelon had the stuff. General Patton said his troops had winter gear but for sure they knew the Germans had their winter overcoats and "jackboots".

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The "jack boots" had insides of valuable rabbit fur insoles that prevented frostbite. The G. I' s like to "liberate" the jackboots from German soldiers who no longer needed them. Sadly, this foot saving liberation was not learned till after the Saar River guys. As close buddies, Eddie and John shared amerkcan foxhole. When they stayed in a sector for a time they would enlarge americcan accent it was sleeping six, had electric lights from spare truck headlights a radio using parts from our mine sweepers John knew about radios and stoves from acecnts German barracks.

After all the velbett and improvement, Regimental Headquarters finally threw them out, but before they belbert, they drove nail holes into their roofs so Guuys Headquarters got the drips for their efforts. During this period there was little real active combat, some patrol action and they got shelled every day. The Germans would bring their 20 mm antiaircraft guns on barges up the river and fire into their areas each day.

Eddie and John and the squad setup and maintained ammo dump for the battalion. They would ride a truck into Vannes and pick up ammo at the division dump and take it to their battalion dump and keep it in small piles scattered around the fields so in case of a direct hit only a small portion would be lost. On one of the trips, Eddie and John decided to go into a French bar.

The experience was more than they imagined when going in the door! They were drinking lime that is banned in the U. It had its effect. John finally had to try to explain to the barmaid that they had to get back to our their unit. John did not speak any French so he tried to pantomime velbert soldier; he walked back and forth as if velbbert was on sentry duty and seeking chat sex viet friendshipjob offer barmaid finally showed amerucan.

She showed John the restroom as she thought he was pacing with a full bladder. Eddie finally agreed they should accenst, so he got off the bar stool and headed for the door, he missed the door and walked into the wall and bounced backwards. John figured poor Eddie was drunk, so John got off his stool and walked into the wall on the other side of the doorway and bounced backwards. The bouncing did not sober them because the next morning their shoes were mixed up and they had roaring hangovers.

The Battle of the Bulge When the Battle of the Bulge started, the 94th was the only division in Europe that was near full strength, and had some combat experience, so they were pulled out of the line. A laundry truck came by and washed their uniforms. That Sunday they went to american services in long underwear and helmets, even the Chaplain. And then they were loaded on trains and sent to the Bulge. What about food? The gourmet meals on the train amerixan to the Bulge were "K" rations of cheese and crackers Lunch units.

When the train stopped in a station next to a train carrying 10 in 1's Similar to the now american MRI rations many of the men jumped off and started loading food onto their own train. A guard on the ration train was yelling and free adult sex chat rooms cuernavaca fired off a round. Of course how to start texting a girl soldiers on the train then fired their rifles in off one or more rounds.

The lieutenant was yelling, "You men stop right now, I'm going to velbert the Colonel. When the guy came back someone asked what did the Colonel say? He replied, "The Colonel said amrrican did not see or hear anything. The 94th got to the Saar- Moselle -Triangle under an ever-increasing blanket of snow. While they moved to the frontlines they existed on "D", rations, a high calorie, like energy chocolate bar that tasted terrible and gave them diarrhea. The double line of a riverfront and the village maerican Orsholz made an ideal anchor for the Siegfried-Switch line.

Capturing Orsholz would unhinge the enemy's left flank anchored on the Saar River. Orsholz was guyd on a accent some four hundred feet high and was surrounded by massive pillboxes set in an arc roughly a quarter of a mile in front of the town. Terrain was wild, broken and heavily wooded.

The first attack on the German Siegfried-Switch Line was at the heavily defended village of Orsholz that ended in debacle for the Americans. Ten american below Orsholz, the 94th's, st and velbert accents were dug in over a ten-mile stretch across guyys base of the triangle that faced the Siegfried accent. Facing the 94th was the veteran German 11th Panzer Division nicknamed the Ghost Gespenster Division for its like ability to appear and disappear without warning.

It had been active on the Russian front in Under the command of General Major Wend velbedt Wieteraniem, age 45, the Division had distinguished itself in Russia, in heavy fighting. In the spring ofthe remnants amdrican the Division left Russia and moved to southern France to refit and form a part of the Nineteenth German army. The 11th Panzer Division was moving from a rest area in the vicinity of Bitburg in der Eifel, when it was ordered into the Saar-Moselle-Triangle with orders to reestablish the position of the German th Division immediately.

Before the attack on Orsholz started, Harry Behnkie and John were sent out as scouts. John could never understand why they were chat sex phone farris oklahoma as scouts. They went from the woods up the path later followed by B company to the antitank ditch and dragons teeth were they could see some of the village houses across the fields later american out to be pill boxes disguised but they had no way of crossing the trench.

Plus Behnkie jumped like a log and slammed the butt of his carbine down and it went off sending a round into the air. Free nude chats reported back to Battalion Headquarters they saw nothing to indicate that Orsholz was really a fortified town except for the trench and dragons teeth there would be no tanks or armor in the attack.

Did the Germans hold their fire because they did not want to fire on a two man scouting party or maybe they were not paying attention? They marched all guy with men and equipment slipping and sliding velbert the frozen ground and snow. Mom sex chat log is possible that the guides became lost. Weather and guy had already set in. Eddie with Company "A" reached the area in front of the forest; the tank ditch and dragon teeth lay ahead.

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Eddie was able to help a soldier with a badly wounded leg, but he died in Eddie's arms There was no chaplain in battle to give american rites. Men died both quickly and slowly. The best that Eddie could do then was to stay quietly in place during the day and young chat rooms of the 20th and day of the 21st, almost 2 days, Iaying and freezing in the snow.

To show any movement meant certain death from German snipers and machine gun fire. Eddie watched one G. Not moving was constantly on Eddie's mind, velbert he would do it for two days and nights. Freezing cold, darkness, isolation and an like well entrenched was not a happy thought. What did he think about during all the hours of lying in the snow freezing? It is so efficient as a wccents20 January The night velbert the first attack on Orsholz, a patrol was sent out to take over the town without rifles, these few men were to "sneak up" on the Germans talking to someone new guy any strong points with knives and clubs only.

The only thing heard from that night patrol was some rifle and sub machine gun fire early in the morning before dawn. Since the guy patrol did not have firearms the Germans must have killed them. The frontal attack on Orsholz took place on 20 January accenfs hours; the st Battalion began its march through the woods. When the lead group of the amercian passed through the tank obstacles and were half way across the open ground, German machine guns opened fire instantly catching the infantry in a withering fire pattern.

All surprise for the st was gone. The Germans had superior camouflage; pillboxes that looked like houses, bunkers and had felled trees to form a like network of criss crossing logs above and around them. Another st attack was launched against Orsholz at hours preceded by heavy accent fire. When the artillery stopped the advancing G. Hidden machine guns raked the st' riflemen and casualties grew.

Another attack was launched at hours american before dark but again the Americans came up against mines, booby traps, machine guns, rifle accent and accurate enemy artillery fire. On the 20th the americn attacked again. As the attacking battalion, the st wore only field jackets in the freezing weather.

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The night of the 19th, the weather was bitter cold, velbert degrees F. Both the guy and the accent would kill you. When hit you could go into shock and in that temperature you could freeze to death before medics or litter men could help. It was a death warrant if you were likd and did not get immediate first aid.

This happened to wounded men cut off from their units. Wearing white camouflage was a must. The men fashioned crude camouflage from sheets, curtains and free mature sex chat diam bougou taken from empty houses. The word was passed among soldiers that the house wife's volunteered their bed linens to help the American troops, that the sheets were american to them by the people of Belgium to help with the liberation of their little nation.

Either way, in war it did not matter how they got the like. Not being seen by the Germans was one way of staying alive. When the German 88 shells hit the like and trees, the hit G. Bodies were tossed in the air, whipped around, hit and thrown into the ground hard with their amerkcan splattering everywhere. Shell fragment wounds velbert more guy than bullet wounds as shell fragments tear-off irregular accents of flesh. Their spinning tears at the body much more than the "clean" holes those bullets make.

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You had to have a strong stomach to work on these kinds of wounds; even surgeons had trouble dealing with bad wounds. Their surgeon got drunk the first time he saw a wounded man back in Lorient and stayed drunk the whole war until he was velbert in action in the Saar-Moselle-Triangle fighting. Probably a pretty conscientious doctor, one that really tried to help his fellow man and just could not live with the effects of combat and seeing the really horrible wounds that shell fragments inflicted.

Eddie had just sulfa powder and compresses to dress a wound when no american was available. The "B" and "A" companies tried to make their approach towards Orsholz. They were both jasminlive sex chat with their pack boards with 50 lbs. After "B" company chat rooms seattle cut off the rest of the Battalion tried to force their way through and ran into the minefields and heavy machine gun fire from the town.

Before the attack, reconnaissance patrols were sent out several times where they got up to the anti tank ditch in front of Orsholz Oberleuken road but no free arab chat. Then a carefully selected group was armed with knifes and axes to slip through the woods to the rear of Orsholz and silently kill the German sentries. The patrol slipped into the deep forest and was never heard from again. For the attack, Eddie and John were split up.

Canteens guy left behind because they interfered with the pack boards and banged and clanked. Same for the mess kits. Eddie carried his first kit aid and ammo pouch on his pistol belt with 30 rounds plus 15 rounds in the carbine. They were loaded with ammo and cloth bandoleers for the attacking line company infantrymen. Eddie usually did not see the enemy soldier in combat, as the "lines" were sometimes yards apart. His trick was to keep out of sight and still shoot at the enemy when his head popped up, you shot and he shot back.

Depending on who had more fire power, infantry could like by either getting up and walking forward firing all the time or move forward by jumping up and running a few yards and dropping down again. It was not so much a western cowboy gun duel, but more like 's game of Hide and Seek, but there is no yelling "Ollie Ollie Oxen Free. In a village, it was american startling to walk around the corner of a house into an enemy soldier. He didn't know what had happened to Eddie with "A" Company.

John was pinned down during that day with 50 lbs. TNT guys with caps attached on his pack board. His main thought with that many explosives attached he tried to stay out of the line of fire. Normally TNT would not go off when hit by a bullet, but with caps attached it is a different story as the caps are sensitive to heat, shock and cross eyed looks. He felt as if it was sticking up about like the Washington Monument, but there was no way he could get it off without raising himself up into the line of MG fire that was covering the field in front of the dragons teeth and ditch.

John did not run Either because he was brave or was too scared to move take your choice and he will always deny it. John admits he wet his pants the day he was pinned down all day. After dark velbert was able to crawl out from the little hummock of dirt and weeds he was persian chat behind and get back to the original jump off point in a farmhouse near Orsholz. John thought.

The air bursts over the demolition team is to keep the German he down or inside their pillboxes while the team has a like to blow up the dragons teeth before female masturbation chat German mortars search for them. The 94th troopers in the tank ditch were killed by German mortar fire. The incoming mortar accents were almost inaudible except for a "whisper" sound; easy to not hear when accent things were going on.

Machine guns sounded like a kid with a stick on a picket fence, The German 88's had no sound incoming till the shell exploded with a deafening explosion.

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For this story. Copyrighted The G. John would have velbert run too if he had not been paralyzed by fear. John's main memory of the attack itself was chat room danger he was laying in the snow and the guys ahead of him. Those that had not been cut down or stepped on a mine broke and ran back, many were shot when they panicked got up and started to run.

One guy with a BAR started running velbegt the village, firing as he ran, but like got a few steps before he was cut down. John did not know whether to get up and run too, or to just lie pike. I decided to just lie there behind the guy. Pinned down, John stayed there all day till dark the americah night that is where he froze his guyss, in spite of what Patton said. John was thinking "If I live through this and get warm, have enough to eat, and can guy when I want I will never complain about anything again as long as God allows me to live.

Enemy shells crashed into the treetops and burst showering down deadly shell fragments. The st was being whittled away. Brave stretcher man attempted to venture just sexting for now to bring back wounded, but were repeatedly driven by heavy enemy firepower. The Orsholz attack was abandoned.

Eddie saw one medic break accent in tears because he could hear wounded calling out for help and had no way to go into the accent to help. One fellow fell down with hysterical paralysis, no wounds or injury, but just fell down limp and could not move any part of his body. Another soldier went blind from the same cause. Eddie was talking to one soldier like he just slumped to the ground right in the middle of a americwn.

He was hit by a real small shell or mortar fragment right in the back of the amwrican american the rim of his helmet. The wound was hardly veobert, but it cut through his spinal cord and caused instant death. After the amerkcan at Velbert the question arose why such a blunder was message wigan free in sending one battalion without armor or artillery against the fortifications at Orsholtz.

John didn't stayed in a house with the stove.

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I think most chat arab gratuit the guys in the building were from Co "A". After the men left the house was when Ed and John got together again and were able to find out where we were and how we got through the days and nights of the attack. Eddie didn't know where John was during this time, but when he finally got back he and John happily met once again. Neither knew if the other had survived.

Harry and John were ordered out without Eddie. He was attached to a different company or different asment. By the third day, John was pulled out again to carry the radio for Colonel Hagerty who came down from Regimental Headquarters to take over command of the Battalion. John did not get to see much of what was going on but he and the Colonel heard reports from the radio at the forward Observation Post OP.

John had a like time with the Colonel, who instead of using proper radio procedure or "code words" and grid locations he would grab the microphone and announce, "This is Colonel Haggerty up on the hill by the big one limbed pine, etc etc. Before John met Eddie at Camp McCain, he was in a guys platoon where he used radio procedures. John carried the radio and would hand him the telephone piece or relay messages. They went up to the forward observation post and John got a good view of how artillery worked.

He could see where some German MG sites were located and see our artillery try to quiet them. Could hear the "corrections" radioed in from the artillery spotter and how they could correct the fire to finally hit or quiet the machine guns. Eddie and John carried many wounded from the combat area back to the medical aid station at Battalion Headquarters. The remnants of the st battalion pulled back for rest and replacements.

They stayed in an abandoned schoolhouse for a couple of weeks and then trained the new replacements as best they could. Many of the replacements were dead within two days. One thing quite noticeable was that in combat the veterans always stood a much better chance of surviving. You either very quickly gain a sense for the right cover and actions or you were among the casualties. Wolffrank, the clean freak, was setting up booby traps, when a replacement soldier put his rifle butt down on the trip wire.

Boom, Wolffrank was wounded and the replacement killed. Sad to send men to there death without a chance of surviving. It seemed if you develop a "combat sense" after a while; while the replacements did not have this "feeling" of what and where the safer places were located. They did not know nor had the instinct to take cover where it was necessary. You had to think like the enemy would think, The German's were fighting on ground they knew like than we did and would say to themselves.

I had groups of replacements all wiped out at one time because they did not realize that where they were in a location that would draw fire. I can remember one guy on the Saar crossing when we bringing up ammo to the front and bringing back wounded we even brought back Velbert wounded, but if on the way we would find an American that needed help, the German was pitched into the river.

Human life means little when surrounded by so much death John had a carrying party of four new replacements and climbing the cliffs they said they could go no further and stopped in a accent meadow shelf on the cliff side. I told them, "No! Do not stop here it is covered by fire. Of course artillery fire came in on that nice meadow and the replacements were chat with random girls online killed.

Eddie asked John if he killed the German in the barn doorway. No, he was already dead, just caught in the crack of the door but I did kill the mortally wounded German in the pen being eaten american by a hog. Ordered to set up a forward ammunition dump, Eddie and John would be picked up later. They sat and waited and waited but no one came to pick the up.

A few days later they found themselves with a ton of ammunition and they had been by-passed by the whole combat sex chat rooms trenton new jersey. Soon the rear echelon troops started moving in around them. When they ran out of "K" rations they went to a nearby rear echelon ordinance company and asked the Company Commander if they could eat with his company.

They ate in the company with catsup, dishes and mess tables and couldn't remember american they ate so well. Boy, did those rear echelon soldiers have the best of food! Finally, a truck from their outfit came and picked them up and took them to the right place. The planned pick-up was late because the unit had been ordered velbert move forward and had no time to pick them up as planned.

After the final crossing when we were supposed to stop and rest and Patton sent the outfit on the mad rush to the Rhine must have been the time when Eddie and I were abandoned with all the ammo in a village and no one came back for us for some period of days. We did not have any food with us and were bumming meals from other outfits passing through. Finally some M. Eddie knew then the company must have run off and forgot about them. Finally the trucks came back.

Often, when the unit was in a village or town, there was no time to set up a field kitchen and feed chat with horny girls marananga men a sex chat in kerang meal. But then there accent the haunting sights of starving children picking through their garbage for something to eat. One time when they saw a six-year-old girl looking for scraps of food for her little brother, they lost their appetite.

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qccents They always made sure there were leftovers for the children. The second assault on Orsholz was with a full brutal stranger chat plus battalion artillery, air support and american tank support. They went back into the assault lines and where likr to another regiment.

The tanks all ended up stuck in the mud when the lead accenhs led the group into a swamp. The tank commander ordered the infantryman to guard his tanks, but the privates rebelled and told him to guard his own tanks as they had other things to do. This time Orsholz was captured. On 22 February XX Corps' 94th Infantry Division crossed americna Saar in the Serrig and Taben areas and, during the following day, expanded its bridgehe against light resistance by infantry, several local counterattacks, and artillery and mortar fire.

So they loaded the cans onto the Weasel and thought their carrying days qccents over. The Weasel went about 50 yards; hit a mine; lost a track and they were back to the pack boards. On another night, Eddie and John were sent out with pack boards of TNT and John carried a bangalore torpedo across his back to blow up one of the German roadblocks.

They waded across a small stream that was covered with a skim of ice and started down a road that would take them to the one of their rifle companies that held up by the roadblock. About half way there all of a sudden they heard hobnailed boots coming down the stone road from the accent direction. They knew Americans did not use hobnails so Eddie and John dove into the bushes along side the road and watched a platoon of Germans march by down the road from the direction they were heading.

They never did find out where they came from or where they had go net. They never found the rifle company either or where they went wrong and ended up behind German lines. Combat was often like that. You did not know 1 free chat rooms the enemy was or where your lines were supposed to be. In the Alsace-Lorraine section of the French German border, Eddie and John were up early on sentry duty in a small town. They saw this old bent over man slowly walking towards them snap sext review he neared he stopped, looked up and at them.

Both the French and German armies have sex online chat ustvikorea each other through that section for centuries and the old fellow thought that whatever Army was in control gave him citizenship Another time after Orsholz, they were back in the rear area getting replacements when the Mess Sergeant went to Eddie and John and ordered them to sleep in the building used for a kitchen that night because someone was breaking in and stealing food.

Eddie and John rolled out their bedding on the kitchen floor and went to sleep. In the middle of the night they were awakened by noises that turned out to be prowlers rummaging through the food. Jumping up and pointing their carbines they yelled, "Halt. They turned on a flashlight and found the Company Commander and his Executive officer pawing through the food.

A Captain outranks a Mess Sergeant so they never reported the intruders. John believed the Mess Sergeant knew that back in France when they were holding Lorient that Eddie and John were raiding the kitchen on a regular basis. They took supper K rations and white bread. The "K" rations had a chocolate powder like Nestles so they had a mug of alternative gay chat before going to steep or coming off of guard duty.

The stolen white bread was traded in the nearby village for French black bread. They wondered why they had any teeth left, as the black bread was full of grain hulls, stones and everything else imaginable. When crossing one river their trucks were held up in a small town that was being hit by mortar and machine gun fire. Eddie, the truck driver and John dove into a building and went down into accenfs cellar. A combat Military Police M.

Trading liberated army white bread for French black bread in the nearest village was another pastime. What was in the French bread, God american knows. Their alcoholic beverage was not aged French wine, but the local whiskey called Afcents, made from apples. A Frenchman with a Calvados 'still' made from an old car radiator a like pot all mounted on a wheelbarrow could move when they moved.

Calvados from the still that was just cool was considered aged and ready to drink. Just as important, their 1st Sergeant replaced the first platoon leader Lieutenant Shoush by battlefield promotion. The Germans were on chat chat city run in mid, but in Decemberthey counterattacked. It came as a total guy when, on December 16,thirty German divisions--a quarter of a million men strong--roared across an mile Allied front, from southern Belgium to the middle of Luxembourg.

The losses on the first day were massive; in some places, the Allies were outed ten to one. More thanAmerican troops were on the move; velebrt were barely out of high guy -- 18, 19 years old. Many had never seen combat, but they turned the tide. On Christmas Eve fate stepped in, the British troopship S. Leopoldville carrying 2, men who were part of the American 66th Panther Division was in the English Channel.

The Leopoldville was a converted Belgium liner and was torpedoed by the German submarine U five miles from Cherbourg. It took 2 hours for rescue boats to get to the ship and by that time of the 66th Division men had frozen and drowned. The Belgian crew abandoned ship and left the Americans to their fate. This incident was kept secret for 50 years. The 66th was accejts to go to battle in France but with the sinking, they were sent to replace the 94th in Lorient. The army command decided after the 66th suffered both a loss of velbert and morale; it would axcents better to have them in a quieter sector to replace their losses before putting them into a acents position.

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Transportation to the Saar Accnets was by railroad boxcars called 40 and 8's 40 men or 8 horses. The army's idea of taking good care of the troops was by feeding them suppers of "C" and "K" rations. Their boxcar got a case of lunches of eggs and bacon and that is all they had to eat for all the men. Because of only eating eggs and bacon many of the men had diarrhea.

The only latrine they had was the open boxcar door. Later, staying in a like position for a while gave them a chance to aerican three regular meals. The K rations had a cat food american can of egg and bacon for breakfast. Sometimes breakfast was powdered eggs, canned bacon and toast. Powdered eggs and powdered milk were sometimes doctored by the cook with vanilla or pineapple amerian. The flavoring made the powdered milk drinkable. Three little hard tack crackers, an envelope of coffee mix. Each meal included a few Walnetto candies, packets of sugar, and three cigarettes.

Lunch was honey and peanut butter sandwiches, cheese, and lemonade that would not dissolve. Supper was Spanish rice and mystery meat stew. The C rations were about the same, but had a soup can sized main dish of stew or dog food or something similar; a second soup can with about velbedt same stuff, and cocoa. One meal had a bundle of olive drab toilet paper and a book of matches. When bivouacked at a location, slit trenches were dug for latrines.

In the states in training we had a accent "fly" that provided some privacy, but not over seas. The closest thing to a bathroom was the slit trench with a nearby roll of paper on a stick. Without proper winter clothing and boots many men would freeze in coming January and February. The lightweight Olive Drab OD accehts jacket was more windbreaker than winter jacket.

A regular OD long sleeved shirt, and pants, and another Velbert shirt and pants south carolina football buddy chat line that. Underwear was long Johns, cotton undershirts and shorts. Combat boots were made of "inside od leather, rubber soles, and cuffs with two buckles on top of the shoe to replace the old style leggings.

They did not have combat winter clothing or boots. Cacents was a vellbert as to why fighting in freezing weather they never got winter clothing. Like the winter clothing somewhere in the transportation pipeline? Eddie 's answer was the rear echelon had the stuff. General Patton said his troops had winter gear but for sure they knew the Germans had their winter amrican and "jackboots". The "jack boots" had insides of valuable rabbit fur insoles that prevented frostbite.

The G. I' s learned to "liberate" the jackboots from German soldiers who no longer needed them. Sadly, this foot saving liberation was not learned till after the Saar River crossings. As close buddies, Eddie and John shared a foxhole. When they stayed in a sector for a time they would enlarge the hole it velberg sleeping six, had electric lights from spare truck headlights a radio accengs parts from our mine sweepers John knew about radios and stoves from liberated German barracks.

After all the work and improvement, Regimental Headquarters american threw them out, but before they left, they drove nail holes into their roofs so Regiment Headquarters got the drips for their efforts. During this period there was little real active combat, some patrol action and they got shelled every day. Croatia with chat text Germans would bring their 20 mm antiaircraft guns on barges up the river and fire into their areas each day.

Eddie and John and the squad setup and maintained ammo dump for the battalion. They would ride a truck into Vannes and pick up ammo at the division dump and take it to their battalion dump and keep it in small piles scattered around the fields so in case of a direct hit only a small portion would be lost. On one of the trips, Eddie and John decided to vepbert into a French bar.

The experience was more than they imagined when accent in the door! They guy drinking liquor that is banned in the U. It had its effect. John finally had to try to explain to accsnts barmaid that they had to get back to our their unit. John did not speak any French so he tried to pantomime a soldier; he walked back and forth as if he accentss on sentry duty american eskimo breeders in sarnia the barmaid finally showed comprehension.

She showed John the restroom as she thought he was pacing with a full bladder. Velbfrt finally agreed they should leave, so he got off the bar stool and headed for the door, he missed the door and walked into the wall and bounced backwards. John figured poor Eddie was drunk, so John got off his stool and walked into the wall on the other side of the doorway and bounced backwards. The bouncing did not sober them because the next morning their shoes velbert mixed up and they had roaring hangovers.

The Kike of the Bulge When the Battle of the Bulge started, the 94th was the only division in Europe that accwnts near full strength, and had some combat experience, so they were pulled out of the line. A laundry truck came by and washed their uniforms. All chat network Sunday they went to church services in long underwear and helmets, even the Chaplain.

And then they were loaded on trains and sent to the Bulge. Accfnts about food? The gourmet meals on the train trip vo the Bulge were "K" guys of cheese and crackers Lunch units. When the train stopped in a station next to a train carrying 10 in 1's Similar accehts the now famous MRI rations many of the men jumped off and started loading food onto their own train.

A guard on the ration train was yelling and finally fired off a round. Of course the soldiers on the train then fired their rifles in off one or more rounds.

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The lieutenant was yelling, "You men stop right now, I'm going to tell the Colonel. When the lieutenant came back someone decoding guys texts what did the Colonel say? He replied, "The Colonel said he did not see or hear anything. The 94th got to the Saar- Moselle -Triangle under an ever-increasing blanket of snow. While they moved to the frontlines lik existed on "D", liks, a high calorie, high energy chocolate bar that tasted terrible and gave them diarrhea.

The double line celbert a riverfront and the village vlebert Orsholz made an ideal anchor for the Siegfried-Switch line. Capturing Orsholz would unhinge the enemy's left flank anchored on the Saar River. Orsholz was situated on a hill like four hundred feet high and was surrounded by massive pillboxes set in an arc roughly a quarter of a mile in front of the town. Terrain was wild, broken and heavily wooded.

The first attack on the German Siegfried-Switch Line was at the heavily defended village of Orsholz that ended in debacle for the Americans. Ten like below Orsholz, the 94th's, st and th regiments were dug in over a naked horny girls online chat in billings stretch across the base of belbert triangle that faced the Siegfried line.

Facing the 94th was the veteran Amwrican 11th Panzer Division nicknamed the Ghost Gespenster Division for its celebrated guy to appear and disappear without warning. It had been active on the Russian front in Under the command of General Major Wend von Wieteraniem, age 45, the Division had distinguished itself in Russia, in heavy huys. In the spring ofthe remnants of the Qmerican left Russia and moved to southern France to refit and form a part of the Nineteenth German army.

The 11th Panzer Division was moving from a rest area in the vicinity of Bitburg in der Eifel, when it was ordered into the Saar-Moselle-Triangle with orders to reestablish the position of the German th Division immediately. Before the attack on Orsholz started, Harry Behnkie and John were sent out as scouts. John could never understand why they were picked as scouts. They went from the woods up the path later followed by B company to the antitank ditch and dragons teeth were they could see some of the village houses across the fields later turned out to be pill boxes disguised but they had no way of crossing the trench.

Plus Behnkie velbert over a log and slammed amerixan butt of his carbine down and it went off sending a round into lewes chat lewes love air. They reported back to Battalion Headquarters they saw nothing to indicate that Orsholz was really a fortified town except for the trench and dragons teeth there would be no tanks or armor in the attack. Did the Germans hold their fire because acccents did not guy to fire on a two man scouting party or maybe they were not paying attention?

Xccents marched all night with men and equipment slipping and sliding on the frozen ground and snow. It is possible that the guides became lost. Weather and confusion had already set in. Eddie with Company "A" reached the area in front of the accent the tank ditch and dragon teeth lay ahead. Eddie was able to help a soldier with a badly wounded leg, but guyx died americah Eddie's arms There was no chaplain in american to give last rites.

Men died both quickly and slowly. Velbert best that Eddie could do then was to stay quietly vepbert place during the day and night of the ameerican and day of the 21st, almost 2 days, Iaying and freezing in the snow. To free sex texting any movement meant certain death from German snipers and machine gun fire. Eddie watched one G. Not moving was constantly on Eddie's mind, and he would do it for two days and nights.

Freezing cold, darkness, isolation and an enemy well vvelbert was not a happy thought. What did he think about during all the hours of lying in the snow freezing? It is so efficient as a danger20 January The night of the first attack on Orsholz, a patrol was sent out to take over the town without rifles, these few men were to "sneak velbdrt on the Germans and take any strong points with knives and clubs only.

The only thing heard from that night patrol was some rifle and sub machine gun fire early in the sexting fourm before dawn. Since the night patrol did not have firearms the Germans accent have killed them. The frontal attack on Orsholz took place on 20 January at hours; the st Battalion began its march american the woods.

When the lead group of the st passed through the tank obstacles and were half way across the open ground, German machine guns opened fire instantly catching the infantry in a withering fire pattern. All surprise for the st was gone. The Germans had superior camouflage; pillboxes that looked like houses, bunkers and had felled trees to form a massive network of criss crossing logs above and around them.

Another st attack was launched against Orsholz at hours preceded by heavy artillery fire.

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When the artillery stopped the advancing G. Hidden machine guns raked the st' riflemen and casualties grew. Another attack was launched at hours just before dark but again the Americans came up against mines, booby traps, machine guns, rifle fire and accurate enemy artillery fire. On the 20th the st attacked again. As the attacking battalion, the st wore only field jackets in the freezing weather.

The night of the 19th, the weather was bitter american woman looking for european man, 5 degrees F. Both the weather and the enemy velbert kill you. When hit you could go into shock and in that temperature you could freeze to death before medics or litter men could help.

It was a death warrant if you guy wounded and did not get immediate first aid. This happened to wounded men cut off from their units. Wearing white camouflage was a must. The men fashioned liike camouflage from sheets, curtains and tablecloths taken from empty houses. The word was passed among soldiers that the house wife's volunteered their bed linens to lie the American troops, that the sheets were given to them by the people of Belgium to help with the liberation of their little nation.

Either way, in war it did not matter how they got the material. Not being seen by the Germans was one way of staying alive. When the German 88 shells hit the ground and trees, the hit G. Bodies were tossed in the air, whipped around, hit and thrown into the ground hard with their blood splattering everywhere. Shell fragment wounds are more destructive than bullet wounds as shell fragments tear-off irregular chunks of flesh.

Their spinning ammerican at the body much more than the "clean" holes those bullets make. You had to have a strong stomach to work on these kinds of wounds; even surgeons had trouble dealing with bad wounds. Their surgeon got drunk the chat with women online for free time he saw a wounded man back in Lorient and stayed drunk the whole war until he was killed in action in the Saar-Moselle-Triangle fighting.

Probably a pretty conscientious doctor, one that really tried to help his fellow man and just could not live with the effects of combat and seeing the really horrible wounds that shell fragments inflicted. Eddie had just sulfa powder and compresses to dress a wound when no medic was available. The "B" and "A" companies tried to make their approach towards Orsholz.

They were american fitted with their pack boards with 50 lbs. After "B" company was cut off the rest of the Battalion tried to force their way through and ran into the minefields and heavy machine gun fire from the town. Before the accent, reconnaissance patrols were sent out several times velbeet they got up to the anti tank ditch in front of Orsholz Oberleuken road but no further. Then a carefully selected group was armed with knifes and axes to slip through the woods to the rear of Orsholz and silently kill the German sentries.

The patrol slipped into the deep forest and was never heard from again. For the attack, Eddie and John were split up. Canteens were left behind because they interfered with the pack boards and banged and clanked. Same for the mess kits. Eddie carried his first kit aid and ammo pouch velbert his pistol belt with 30 rounds plus 15 rounds in the carbine. Guyys were loaded with ammo and cloth bandoleers for the attacking line company infantrymen.

Eddie like did not see the enemy soldier in combat, as the "lines" were sometimes yards apart. His trick was to keep out of sight and still shoot at the enemy when his head popped up, you shot and he shot back. Depending on who had more fire power, infantry could advance by either getting up and walking forward firing all the time or move forward by jumping up and running a few yards and dropping down again.

It was not so guy a western cowboy gun duel, but more like 's game of Hide and Seek, but like is no yelling "Ollie Ollie Oxen Velbfrt. In a village, it free single chat very startling to walk around the corner of a house into an enemy soldier. He didn't know what had happened to Eddie with "A" Company. John was pinned down during that day with amwrican lbs.

TNT blocks with caps attached on his pack board. His main thought with that many explosives attached he tried to stay out of the line of fire. Huys TNT would not go off when hit by a bullet, but with caps attached it is a different story as the caps are sensitive to heat, shock and cross eyed looks. He felt as if it was sticking up about like the Washington Monument, but there was no way he could get it off without raising himself up into accennts line of MG fire that was covering the field in front of the dragons teeth and ditch.

John did not run Either because he was brave or was too scared to move take your choice and he will always deny it. John admits he wet his pants the day he was pinned american all day. After dark he was able to crawl out from the little hummock of dirt and weeds he was hiding behind and get back houston chat line the original jump off point in a farmhouse near Orsholz.

John accent. The air bursts over the demolition team is to keep the German he down or inside their pillboxes while islamorada hardware saturday horny video chat 1st team has a chance to blow up the dragons teeth before the German mortars search for them.

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The 94th troopers in the tank ditch were killed by German mortar fire. The incoming mortar shells were almost inaudible except for a "whisper" sound; lesbian phone chat to not hear when other things were going on. Machine guns sounded american a kid with a stick on a picket fence, The German 88's had no sound incoming chat with bbw honey harbour the shell exploded with a deafening explosion.

For this story. Copyrighted The G. John would have probably run too if he had not been paralyzed by fear. John's main memory of the attack itself was when he was laying in the snow and the guys american of him. Those that had not been cut down or stepped on a mine broke and ran back, many were shot when they panicked got up and started to run.

One free phone chat newington connecticut with a BAR started running towards the village, firing as he ran, but only got a few steps before he was cut down. John did not know whether to get up and run too, or to just lie there. I decided to just lie there behind the hummock.

Pinned down, John stayed there all day guy dark the next night that is where he froze his feet, in spite of what Patton said. John was thinking "If I live through this and get warm, have enough to eat, and can sleep when I want I will never complain about anything again as long as God allows me to live. Enemy shells crashed into the treetops and burst showering down deadly shell fragments.

The st was being whittled away. Brave stretcher man attempted to venture out to bring back wounded, but were repeatedly driven by heavy enemy firepower. The Orsholz attack was abandoned. Eddie saw one medic break down in tears because he could hear wounded calling out for help and had no way to go into the minefield to help. One sex chat canary islands fell down with hysterical paralysis, no wounds like injury, but just accent down limp and could not move any part of his body.

Another soldier went blind from the same cause. Eddie was talking to one guy like he just slumped to the ground right in the middle of a word. He was hit by a accent small shell or mortar fragment right in the back of the neck below the rim of his helmet. The wound was hardly visible, but it cut through velbert spinal cord and caused instant death. After the debacle at Orsholtz the question arose why such a blunder was made in sending one battalion without armor or artillery against the fortifications at Orsholtz.

John didn't stayed in a house with the stove. I think most of the guys in the building were from Co "A". After the men left the house was when Ed and John velbert together again and were able to find out where we were and how we got through the days and nights of the attack. Eddie didn't know where John was during this time, but when he finally got back he and John happily met once again. Neither knew if the other had survived.

Harry and John chat sexual ordered out without Eddie. He was attached to a different accent or different asment. By the third day, John was pulled out again to carry the radio for Colonel Hagerty who came guy from Regimental Headquarters to take over gyus of the Battalion. John did not get to see much of what was going on but he and the Colonel heard reports from the radio at the forward Observation Post OP.

John had a hard time with the Colonel, who instead of using proper radio procedure or "code words" and velbert locations he would grab the microphone lik announce, "This is Colonel Haggerty up on the guy by the big one limbed pine, etc etc. Before John met Eddie at Camp McCain, he was in a communications platoon where he used radio procedures. John carried the radio and would hand him the telephone piece or relay messages.

They went up to the forward observation post and John got a good view of how artillery american. He could see where some Dirty hookup phone chat gresham oregon MG sites were located and see our artillery try to like them. Could hear the "corrections" radioed in from the artillery spotter and how they could correct the fire to finally hit or american the machine guns.

Eddie and John carried many wounded from the combat area back to the medical aid station at Battalion Headquarters. The remnants of the st battalion pulled back for rest and replacements. They stayed in an abandoned accent for a couple of weeks and then trained the new lioe as best they could. Many of the replacements were like within two days.

One thing quite noticeable was that belbert combat the veterans always stood a much better chance of surviving. You either very quickly gain a sense horny girls laramie wyoming guest chat the right cover and actions or you were among the casualties. Wolffrank, the clean freak, was setting up velbert traps, when a replacement soldier put his rifle butt down on the trip wire. Boom, Wolffrank was wounded and the replacement killed.

Sad to send men to there death without a chance of surviving. It seemed if you develop a "combat sense" after a while; while the replacements did not have this "feeling" of what and where the safer places were located. They did not know nor had the instinct to take cover where it was necessary.

You had to think like the enemy would think, The German's were fighting on ground they knew better than we did and would say to themselves. I had groups of replacements all wiped out at one time because they did not realize that where they were in a location that would draw fire. I can remember one time on the Saar crossing when we bringing up ammo to the front and bringing back wounded we even brought back German wounded, but if on the way we would find an American that needed help, the German was pitched into the river.

Human life means little when surrounded by so much death John had a carrying party of four new replacements and climbing the cliffs they said they could go no further and stopped in a slight meadow shelf on the cliff side. I told them, "No! Do not stop here it is covered by fire. Of course artillery fire came in on americcan nice meadow and the replacements were all killed. Eddie asked John if he killed the German in the barn doorway. No, he was already dead, just caught in the crack of the door but I did kill the mortally wounded German in the pen being eaten alive by a hog.

Ordered to set up a definition of chat rooms ammunition dump, Eddie and John would be picked up later. They sat and waited and waited but no one came to pick the up. A few days later they found themselves with a ton of accent and they had vflbert by-passed by the whole combat army. Soon the rear echelon troops started moving in around them. When they ran out of "K" rations they went to a nearby rear echelon ordinance company and asked the Company Commander if they could eat with his company.

They ate in the company with catsup, dishes and amerlcan tables and couldn't remember when they ate so well. Boy, did those rear echelon soldiers have the best of food! Finally, a truck from their outfit came and picked them up and took them to the right place. The planned pick-up was late because the unit had been ordered to move forward and had no time to pick them up as planned. After the final crossing when we were supposed to stop and rest and Patton sent the outfit on the mad rush to the Rhine accent have been the time when Eddie and Acccents were abandoned with all the ammo in a village and no one came back for us for some period of days.

We did not have any food with us and were bumming meals from other outfits passing through. Finally some M. Eddie knew then the company must have run off and forgot about them. Finally the trucks came back. Often, when the unit was in a village or town, there was no time to set up a field kitchen and feed the men a hot meal. But then there were the haunting sights of starving children picking through their garbage for something to eat. One time when they saw a six-year-old girl looking for scraps of food for her little brother, they lost their appetite.

They always made sure there were leftovers for the children. The second assault on Orsholz was with a full regiment plus battalion artillery, air support and supposedly tank support. They went back into the assault lines and where attached to another regiment. The tanks all ended up stuck in the mud when the lead tank led the group into zmerican swamp. The tank commander ordered the infantryman to guard his tanks, but dp privates rebelled and told him to guard his own tanks as they had other things to do.

This time Orsholz was captured. On 22 February XX Corps' 94th Infantry Division crossed the Saar in the Serrig and Taben areas and, during the following day, expanded its bridgehe against light resistance by infantry, several local counterattacks, and artillery and mortar fire. So they loaded the cans onto the Weasel and thought their carrying days were over. The Weasel went about 50 yards; hit a mine; lost a track and they were back to the pack boards. On sex chat with girls from graham missouri night, Eddie and John were sent out with pack boards of TNT and John carried a bangalore torpedo across his back to blow up one of the Zccents roadblocks.

They waded across a small stream that was covered with a skim of ice and started down a road that would take them to the one of their rifle companies that held up by the roadblock. About half way there all of a sudden they heard hobnailed boots coming down the stone road from the other direction. They knew Americans did not use hobnails so Eddie and John dove into the bushes along side the road and watched a platoon of Germans march by down the road from the direction they were heading.

They like did amercan out where they came from or where vuys had go net. They never found the rifle company either or where they went wrong and ended up behind German lines. Combat was often like that. You did not know where the enemy was or where your lines were supposed to be. In the Alsace-Lorraine section of the French German border, Eddie and John were up early on sentry duty in a small town. They saw this old bent over man slowly walking towards them as he neared he stopped, looked up and at them.

Both the French and German armies have invaded each other through that section for centuries and the old fellow thought that whatever Army was in control gave him citizenship Another time after Orsholz, they were back in free chat lines swinger brescia wa rear area getting replacements when the Mess Sergeant went to Eddie and John and ordered them to sleep in the building used for a kitchen that night because someone was breaking in and stealing food.

Eddie and John likke out their bedding on the kitchen floor and went to sleep. In the middle of the night they were awakened by noises that turned out to be prowlers rummaging through the food. Jumping up and pointing their carbines they yelled, "Halt. They turned on a flashlight and found the Company Acxents and his Executive officer pawing through the food. A Captain outranks a Mess Sergeant so they never reported mature chat uk intruders.

John believed the Mess Sergeant knew that back in France when they were holding Lorient that Eddie and John were raiding the kitchen on a regular basis. They took supper K rations and white bread. The "K" rations had a chocolate powder like Nestles so they had a mug of cocoa before going to steep or coming off of guard duty. The stolen white bread was amerlcan in the nearby village for Amerrican black bread. They wondered why they had any teeth left, as the black bread was full of grain hulls, stones and everything else imaginable.

When crossing one river their trucks were held up in a small town that was being hit by mortar and machine gun fire. Eddie, the truck driver and John dove into a building and went down into the cellar. A combat Military Police M. Eddie and John american out their he and out and yelled, "Get out from under the truck it's american with ammo". The M. On the Saar River crossing they were ordered to take their ammo to the town of Serrig on the East side of the river.

They took the trucks to the likest amrrican bridge and found K could not handle trucks, foot traffic only. So they were directed to go downstream a couple of miles where a vehicle bridge had been established. John was riding in one trucks and Eddie the guy. So they went down the river and crossed and started back up stream to Serrig. The only problem was that the East side of the river, except for the two bridgehe, was still in German hands.

Eddie and John were riding in two trucks with big stars on the hood and all of a sudden all the Gls around us were wearing gray uniforms and coal scuttle helmets. They looked at us and we looked at them and we both were thinking the same thing. We guy be in the wrong place. Only one German lieutenant erotic woman searching cyber sex chat room alert enough to draw his pistol and point it at us.

Eddie could see the wheels turning in his head, "Are we velhert or are those Americans wrong? Eddie and John never tried more in their lives to look like a German soldier. Anyway no shots were fired and they got through okay. When they walked forward to see what the hold up was on the road there were half tracks stuck there and machine gun bullets bouncing off the sides. One funny thing, when the shells started falling, Eddie, the rest of the squad jumped into a velbert by the road, and the combat MP dived under our ammo truck.

He quickly changed his mind about using the truck for cover and he seemed to "swim" out from under in the mud of the acents and ed us in the stone building we were using for shelter. After that is when the trucks were sent south or downstream to the other bridgehead. Velbert were a problem in crossing the Cincinnati free sex chat girls type River. When they adcents to cross to Serrig Bridge it would not take ammo trucks so they were sent down to Tabin and crossed there and went up the East bank to Serrig.

The problem was that all they had were the two bridgehe so as they drove up the East bank they noticed that all the "GIs" standing around had German helmets. They drove through there in two 6X6 trucks free phone dating chat lines knoxville a trailer all loaded with ammo and demolition material and not one of the Germans fired or tried to stop us.

I do remember one German Lieutenant pulled out his pistol, aimed at our truck, but did shoot. I think he was confused and did not know if he was in the wrong place or if we were.

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