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a = FUNC:{0NS OF THE STORES SECTION ‘TLOth RATLWAY GRAND DIVISION Mejor Albert Fe Werth, | General Storekeeper, furloughed from Store Dept+ Albuquerque, New Mexico lst Lt. Edward Re Mader, Fuel. agent, furloughed from Fuel Dept. ‘Topeka, Kanst u/Sgte Howard Je Eger, Stock Record Clerk, Msnsville, Ohio Joc. 3 Richard Ds Peckham, Stock Control Clerk, Benton Harbour, Wichigan Pec. 4 Irving I. Mariash, Stenogrepher, Sen Francisco, California Tec. 5 Peter J+ Van Kormer,Stock Clerk, Pinole, California Pre. Petor B. Tabet, Stock Clerk, Les Angeles, California ‘The Stores Department of a Reilway Grend Division is under the super= vision of the Railway Supply Officer (General Storekeeper) and a Fuel Agante ‘The funetion of this Department is to supervise the Supply Sections of the Operating Battalions, Heavy Shop Battalions, Mobile Workshop Units, and Maintenence Units. It is of utmost importance that thie Department has at its disposal at oll times pertinent information pertaining to supplies on hind at each repair, service, and fucling pointe It is also necessary for ‘this Departuent to werk in close conjunction with the other Departments of this Headquarters. Ueterisls are procured by Battalions from Base Sorvice Depots where the specified materials are available, except Reilroad supplies which are procured from Transportetion Corp Depots. ‘These requisitions must first be submitted for screening end processing to the Stores Departnext to affect a balanced @istribution of material to repair points. All requisitioning of material is. not on a periodical basis but mostly on spot requirenarts. Suergency require- ments are obtained in the most expeditious mamer, either from various Service Depots or ty local procuresent. hen it is impossible to obtain material from ‘hese sources it is sonetimes necessary to have items manufactured either in ‘own shops or by locel manufactures Requirements are determined on the basis. of quantities actually consumed and needed, this information is compiled from ‘the Stock Record System maintained by all Battalion Supply Officers end by the: Grend Division Stores Department. Stock Cards are kept based on the AAR Class ification of Railway Materials, these are kept up to date by weekly end monthly reports submitted ty the Battalions. Weekly Receiving Reports and Monthly Inventory Reports of material ere forvaried by the Battalions to the Stores Department, these reports slong with numerous other consolidated reports are then forwarded to higher Headquarters for the purpose of determining the amounts required to insure reserve stocks of sufficient quantity to mintain safe margins for uninterrupted operations. ‘When conditions warrant portions of railroad are turned over to the French for operation but remain under the supervision of the Grand Division, therefore it is imperative that close cooperation exists to insure contimuofis movement - of all Military Traffic end against deadlining any rolling stock. During this period the Stores Department must obtain receipts for ell material released to ‘the French Railroad by the Us Se Armye Fuel is no doubt the most important end greatest single item of supply | required for operation of the Military Railway Service. It is the responsibi~ Lity of the Stores Section to procure and distribute coal end Diesel fuel oil im quentities oufficient to handle all militery traffic over the lines of commmicetion of this Grand Divisione Since coal is one of the most critical tens of supply on the continent; it is a @ifficult task to maintain reservo a of ‘any consequence at coaling stations. Close coordination end liasison is required with Continental Reilroaders to sce that coal is distributed in a manner whereby all fueling stations are protecteds In order to accomplish ‘this end, daily telephonic reports are made from ell fueling stations as to tie amounts on hand, issued, and received, and records maintained in this section so that prompt diversions can be made when necessary. : ‘Approxinately 90,000 tons of coal ere consumed monthly on the territo: under the jurisdiction of this Grend Division, in addition to about 180,000 ~ gallons of Diesel oil. Importations to the Continent from the United Kingdom epproxinate 40,000 tons monthly, while the balance is secured fron Mines in Northern Frances In some cases ceptured Germen coal is utilized. ‘Since other Services of the Army also require coal imports, considerable ‘time and supervision is devoted to sce thet suffickent is obtained from the imports to mect requirements of the Military Railway Services AGRIGA'S TRON WORSE TH FUROPE Over 18,500,000 net tons of supplies were hauled by the Transportation Corps! lilitary Railway Service during the 11 months from D-Day to V-E-Day in the biggest and nost complicated supply operation the world has ever Imown, A daily average of 3,000 tons during rugged. pioneering in Normandy rose to 125,000 tons a day during the period of the Rhine crossing. Accepting as routine the hazards of bombing, strafing, sniping, hastily vepaired tracks and shaky bridges, the train crews of the First and Second Military Reilway Services continued baling supplies in ever increasing volue until the Wehrnacht crumbled under the weight of Allied power, The eagerness and determination of men fron America's great railroad conpanies to cet trains ‘through to the forvard railheads ¢1d not diminish in the face of innunerable aifricnltic: During the heat of Allied offensives, the men carried blankets and "C" rations with then, "Final destination" changed from éay to day--sonetimos hourly, Wary crews vere two weeks on the road before returning to their bases, If GI treinmen were to receive their reneré for "overtine" in dollars and cents, the total ould casily finance the reconstruction of the battered nes they have operated fron Normandy to Nuremburg. The first American "locomotive" to ran on continental rails came ashore near Isigny, France, on D pluse 11, It was an ordinary jeep fitted with de- mountable flanged wheels and was used by a 2nd KAS reconnaissance party bet~ ween Garentan and Cherbourg, On a trip across the constantly bombaxied Vire river bridge one of the officers was injured by a shell burst, On sunerous cccasions the "locono-jeep" puttered defiantly along newly de-nined rails in “no-nan'seland" vith artillery fire fron both sides sersaming overhead. On July 12 the first scheduled train made the trip from Carentan into nevly~ liberated Cherbourg, As more trackage becaze availeble end supplies began pouring into the vig port, a shortage of rolling stock began to be felt, uch captured equip= ment was danaged, but ropair facilities were limited, The Transportation Corps then inaugurated its large scale ferrying operation between Southampton and @herbourg, planning for which had begun two years before, Specially oquip= ped LSfs, barves and "sea trains" delivered over 20,000 pieces of rolling stock in less than four months, Meantime, operating battalions along the line were hastily patching enemy tankers, and improvising parts for non-standard= 4zed continental freight cars. Engineers rebuilt the bridges, repaired mined and bobed tracks, blasted ‘locked tunnels and made then into cuts, More than 400 bridges ané 12,000 miles of track were rebuilt before the end of the war, The railway battalions quickly Amproved the vays, replaced tenporery communication lines, scoured the country for rails and switching equipment, and put denolished signal boards yack in working order, Train erews pushing along behind the combat engineers Kept the engines supplies with water by means of portable pumps and bucket ‘wrigades, When coal ran short, the firemen stoked the boxes with logs or -l- railway tles-sanytiling which vould burn, The trains went through. Supplies by rail followed the tank colums as they raced out of Normandy and acros: the plains through Rennes, Le Wans and Alencon, By D plus 90 the lines wore open to Paris, Another 30 days and they had reached Brussels and the great rail center at Liege, After the lediterranean landing, the 1st URS, which bad initiated mili- tery railroading in the ETO with operations in North Africa end Italy, pushed north fron Marseilles through Southern and Central France, Two lines were put into service, the liarseilles-Paris passenger line and a corresponding freight route, The latter was symied for sone tins by a completely demolished ‘ridge which spanned a deep gorge between Orgon and Cheval Blanc, An Engineer unit started to work on one side of the river and a railvay construction out- fit began building fron the opposite side, The spot was isolated high in the mountains, The icy mistral blew constantly, whipping the river into a fine spray vhich forned a classy coat of ive over everyghing nearby, At times the men could not stand up ageinst the terrific force of the wind. Work simply had to cease while they sought refuge in their box-car barracks, Eventually the engineers and raiiroaéers joined in the center of the span. The same day a wreck on the passenger line blocked all traffic and the men had the satis- faction of sccing it diverted over their newly-completed bridge. "Blackout nerves" were universal among piloteengineers throughout the continental campaign, ven in areas where trains night safely operate with headlights, due to a depleted Iuftwaffe, the equipment was not available, A ride in the engineer's cab on a black night was enough to convince anyone that the most experienced man could not be sure of what section of rail he was tra- versing, let alone spot any danger which might be lying ahead. Signal boards were not dependable, When the power failed, as it often did, auxiliary cur- rent was not alveys sufficient to operate the lichts efficiently, During storay weather, rain shorted the system and set the red-amber-green signals to blinking crazily, There 4s something about a heavily loaded train creeping forward in piteh-blackness over sagging rails into unknown territory which bringe cold sweat to the palms of one's hands and tightens the nerves of the sturdiest oF men, A railway operating battalion with heaéquarters at Kunchen-Gladbach, Gernany spent three deye as the Rhine offensive was being launched in making up @ train to carry nateriel for the first reilvay bridge to span the river. Bailey Bridge sections, small river tugs, pile driving equipment end steel cables comprised the high prierity cargo Which was given a clear block after darkness hed fallen on March 25, The engine-was placed at the rear of the oad so it could be brought back again fron a "dead~end" stop, The 20-nile route penetrated the 9th Army artillery enplscenents clear to the river bank ‘and bad just been cleared of mines, Even s0, the train crashed through « warning berricade marked NINES as it approached the firing line, Disregarding the warning, men cleared the track and wont on, Amid the bedlan of booming artillery, anti-aircraft fire, and crashing planes, the crew delivered the Yridre to an engineer construction unit, Less than tro weeks later the Wessel Bridge vas completed and rail operations had started Hast of the Rhin¢ The Rhine crossing began March 24, When V-Z-Day was announced on liay 6, Military Railweys were using bridges across the river at Duisburg, Worth, | Indwigshafen-annheim, eins, and Wessel, More than a dozen lines were open ané operating. Supplies were floving into railheads near Leipsig, liurenburg, Regensberg, Munich, Magdeburg, and Brunswick, Allied bombers had played havoe with German rail transport but managed to spare sufficient yarde and rolling stock to make rehabilitation easier in mary respects than it had been west of the Rhine, long stretches of rail were in perfect condition, Due to the speed of the American advance, many fully loaded German trains were left unharmed, Thousands of boxcars and Imndreds of locomotives were simply re-stencilled with American markings ané put to work at once, In the forward areas, operating equipment was almost exclusively Gerrvan, Goal products were plentiful east of the Rhine but the combination of Lgnite briquets and German loconotives which heve no fire pens has proved @ serious problem, Good quality Riur coal is scarce. As the briquets burn they disinterrate repidly end érop through the grates, setting fire to ti tridges, end trains, German fire departments at Karburg and Geissen have been called upon several tines to extinguish blazes started in this manners One one occasion a pilot-engineer of the 746th Railway Operating Battalion ooked beck to see snoke pouring fron the rear of hs trein whieh carried a full load of gasoline, Realizing that the gasoline was sure to catch fire in amtter of a fer ninutes he brought the train to an abrup stop and ran back toward the blazing care, With the hope of saving the greatest possible anount af precious petroly he approached the firet section, By this tine the flanes Were billowing ot from benesth the cars and clouds of black sxoke were mush= rooming skyward, Without hesitating, the engineer ducked under the bumpers and success= fully uncoupled the burning section of the train, Another crer-man woved the fornard portion to a safe distance fron the new roaring inferno, The engineer had collapsed anid snoke and fumes end had to be rescued’ by other members of the crew who had reached t! He was badly burned but, Gue to the quick action of his buddies vho extinguished the flanes Licking at his clothes, he is now recovering in a hospital. lis action saved a cargo of inestimable value, It was delivered promptly to a forward dup where @ tank column was waiting to gas up, Indirectly, his courage and deo — to duty saved tho lives of troops who needed quick support from the Be As military railway snoothed out into routine operations in France and Belgium civilien crews became more active in assisting the battalions, French erews ran the trains under supervision of GIs and in sone districts took over operations completely, In occupied Germany, sone civilians ure used during day-light runs east of the Rhine, However, Allicd authorities are proceeding with emtion, accepting no Nazi party members and maintaining close super- vision, a The great reconstruction progran which put the French railways on the road to recovery ceased when the Cernans surrendered, The Transportation Corps will continue to supply Allied forces and the suffering populations of berated countries, It is already enbarked on a trenendous progran of redeploynent, carrying homeward bound troops to perts of enbarkation, ar= ranging the transport of units ear-marked for the Pacific, But Gernany must rehabilitate its om rail systen, clean up the nightaarish jungle of twisted steel and piles of masonry croated by its om folly. The Militery Railway Service can look back on a fantastically difficult fob well done, The driving power of America's rail systen has made itself felt in the Transportation Gorps' unbroken recor’ of supplies delivered at the needed place ané at the right tine, The dozens of loconotives dedicated to the monory of heroic GI railronders attests to the dogeed fighting spirit and spontaneous courage of railway men who supplied the men who fired the wns. dno dg = lat A a Prritizn, of Paul. = g@ testy Adin. 07 ate Aico thie, 2; q e Aden IELEZSE a 4 ¥ i 43 tag @ 4* e JO at piger hha A Bate HEADQUARTERS COMAMTICATICNS ZONE ETCUSA OFFICE CF THE CHIFF OF TRaNSiORTATION apo B27 Dear FTO Army Transportaticn associaticn Member, This will reeunfirm the receipt of your $5.00 membership fee for the ATA, and aivise that same has been forvarded to the Washington office. Accompanying it was your mailing address for copies of the Lemy Transport- ation Journal. All changes of addresses should be sent inmedictely to the Assceiation, 930 F Street, Washington 1, D.C. B90 menborship in the jaseeiation no: totals A2f while this repre- sents a tronenious increase over the total cf 1 Fetruery, it is knew: that there are many TO officers, enlisted men and civilian technicians vho have not yet been contacted You ere reminded that already your membership fre has mate the follewing achievements possible; the launching cf the ercanization with a central office, = permansnt full-time secretary-treasurer (Col. in. Hl. Clopton, Ret.); and the pyblication of an excellent ronthly magazine (TJ) with a full time editor-nenager (Copt-Harry Clarke). The fact that this progress has been nade marks the ATA as an organization vhich will execute ite mission for the dest interests of its membership and their army transyortation interests. Undersigned officer vill appreciate your efforts in aiding the promotion of menberchiy at this hour, The simplest method vill be the most effective ~~ contacting the 10 persennel you kner: perscnally, | yNTERNATION 4; MILITARY TRIBUNAL NURNBERG GERMANY 1945 - 1946 Se The Tritunel: 1. Lord Levrence (Bag) 2, Wr. Biddle (Us) 3. Nr. Parker (US) 4. M, Donnedieu de Vebree (Fr) 5. M. Faleo (Fr) 6, Lord Birket (Bng-) 7, naj.Gen. Nici tchenko * (Russian) 8. Lt,dol. Volchkoy (Russian) Prosecutors: 9. France: M. Chempetier de Bites be] 10. Russia: ! Lt.Gen. udenko 11, U.8,: tir, Justice Jackson 12, Great Britain: Sir Hartley Shawcroes Defendante: 15, Ribbentrop 16, Keitel 17, Kaltenbrunner 18. Rosenbere 18. Frank 2. Frick aL, Streicher 22, Funk 23. Schacht 24. Doeni te 25. Reeder 26. Schirach 27. Sauckel 28. Jodl 29. von Papen 80. Seyac-Inquart SL. Speer 32. Yeurath 83. Fritsche ‘Defenses Counsel: 54. Geraon attorneys Miscelisnecus: 35. Interpreter 36. Hovie Screen; Display 37, Witness box. 36. Warshall of the Court 39. Secretaries to the Court, Mec. 40, Court Xeeordore 41. Prosecutor's Stand 42. Dlevator from Prison VISITORS’ GAL INTERN MILITARY, ‘The International Military THbunal convened in Numbers, the clty of the pageant Reichsparteitag, at 10 a. m, November 20, 1945. Twenty-one of the accused, minus Martin Zormann, Hitler's Deputy, not apprehended by the Allies; Krupp ‘von Doblen, whose ailing health prevented trial; and Robert Ley, Labor Chief, who ‘committed suicide in his cell less than 200 yards from the courtroom, filed into the docket from the adjacent Numberg City Jal. Logal delegates from the United States, Great Britain, France and Russia, the four prosecuting nations {rom among the 18 countries signatory to the unique charter of ‘world history, took their places in the remodeled courtroom which still contained the figuie of the Jew Moses holding the Ten Commandments, Four judges appointed to the Tribunal, with their altemates, assumed their seats ‘on tho high bench opposite the defendants; while nearly thrce hundred members of the world’s press and radio, who sent out 247,000 words on that frst day, and photo- graphors working under the clare of poworful lights cbsorved the scone. Infantrymen fiom the Ist U, S, Division, which had met the Afrika Korps in Tunisia in the United Slates! initlal land action three years ago to the month, stood careful guard. ‘Technicians scrutinized the maze of complicated wites, microphones and earphones that sifted four languages for the listener's choice. Court reporters registered every word, hyphen and period, and two cameras with sound tracks recorded each second fof the proceedings in incontrovertable documentation. Patiently, stil screening tons of documents captured by the Armies in their drive ‘on the defeated Germany from the four points of the compass, staffs of the prose- culors continued thoir offico work in tho four-storied Palace of Justice next door Outside, tanks wore parked in sceurity readiness, and ordinary traffic was diverted. rapes and carpets imported from France hushed the erowded room where justice prepared the unprecedented test of international morality. The indictment was read. ‘THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, ‘THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND, end THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS — against — HERMANN WILHELM GOERING, RUDOLF HESS, JOACHIM von RIBBENTROP, ROBERT LEY, WILHELM KEITEL, ERNST KALTENDRUNNER, ALFRED ROSENBERG, HANS FRANK, WILHELM FRICK, JULIUS STREICHER, WALTER FUNK, HJAL- MAR SCHACHT, GUSTAV KRUPP von BOHLEN und HALBACH, KARL DOENITZ, ERICH RAEDER, BALDUR von SCHIRACH, FRITZ SAUCKEL, ALFRED JODL, MARTIN BORMANN, FRANZ yon PAPEN, ARTUR SEYSS-INQUART, ALBERT SPEER, CON- STANTIN von NEURATH, and HANS FRITZSCHE, individually ‘and as members of any of the following groups or organisations to which they respectively belonged, namely: DIE REICHS- REGIERUNG (REICH CABINET); DAS KORPS DER POLITISCHEN LETTER DER NATIONALSOZIALISTISCHEN DEUTSCHEN [ARBEITERPARTE! (LEADERSHIP CORPS OF THE NAZI PARTY): DIE SCHUTZSTAFFELN DER NATIONALSOZIALISTISCHEN DEUTSCHEN ARBEITERPARTE! (commonly known as the «SS") ‘and including DIE GEHEIME STAATSPOLIZEI (SECRET STATE POLICE, commonly known as the GESTAPO"); DIE STURM: [ABTEILUNGEN DER NSDAP. (commonly known as the SA") and the GENERAL STAFF and HIGH COMMAND of the GERMAN [ARMED FORCES. Indictment COUNT ONE — THE COMMON PLAN OR CONSPIRACY Statement of the Offense: All tho dofendants, with divers other persons ing a period of years preceding 8th May, 145, participated as leaders, organizers, Insligators or accomplices in the formulation or execution of a common plan or conspiracy to commit, or which involved the commission of, Crimes against Peace ‘War Crimes, and Crimes against Humanity, as defined in the Charter of this Tribun: fand, in accordance with the provisions of the Charter, are individually responsible for thelr own acts and for all acts committed by any persons in the execution of such plan or conspiracy. The common plan or conspiracy embraced the commission of Crimes against Pesca, in that the defendants planned, prepared, Intiated and waged wars of aggression, which were also wars in violation of international treaties, agreements or assurances. In the development and course of the common plan or conspiracy it came to embrace the commission of War Crimes, in that it contemplated, ‘and the defendants determined upon and cartled out, ruthless wars against countries ‘and populations, in violation of the rules and customs of war, including as typical ‘and systematic means by which the wars were prosecuted, murder, Mltreatment, Goportation for slave labor and for other purposes of civilian populations of occupied lemitories, murder and ill-treatment of prisoners of war and of persons on the high seas, the taking and killing of hostages, the plunder of public and private property, thie wanton destruction of cities, towns, and villages, and devastation not justified by military necessity. The common plan or conspiracy contemplated and came to embrace as typical and systematic means, and the defendants determined upon and committed, Crimes against Humanity, both within Germany and within occupiod territories, including murder, extermination, enslavement, deportation, and other inhumane acts committed against civilian populations before and during the war, and persecutions on political, racial or religious grounds, in execution of the plan for preparing and prosecuting aggressive or illegal wars, many of such acts and perse- cutions being violations of the domestic laws of the countries where perpetrated. COUNT TWO — CRIMES AGAINST PEACE Statement of the Offense: All the defendants with divers other persons, @uring a period of years preceding 8th May, 1985, participated in the planning, preparation, initiation and waging of wars of aggression, which were also wars in violation of intemational treaties, agreements and assurances . he COUNT THREE — WAR CRIMES Statement of the Offense: All the defendants committed War Crimes between ist September, 1999, and Sth May, 1945, in Germany and in all those countries an territories occupied by the German armed forces since Ist September, 1609, and in Austria, Czechoslovakia, and Haly, and on the High Seas. ‘All the dofendants, acting ia concert with others, formulated and executed a common plan of conspiracy to commit War Crimes as defined in Article 6 (b) of the Charter. ‘This plan involved, among other things, the practise of "total war" inchiding methods of combat and of military occupation in direct conflict with the laws and customs of war, and the commission of crimes perpotrated on the field of bettie daring fencounters with enemy armies, and against prisoners of war, and in occupied tert= {cries against the civilien population of such tozrtories, ‘The said War Crimes were committed by the defendants and by other persons for ‘whose acts the defendants are responsible (under Article 6 of the Charter) ax such other persons when committing the said War Crimes performed thetr acts in execution of a common plan and conspiracy to commit the sald War Crimes, in formulation and execution of which plan and conspiracy all the defendants participated as leaders, forqanisors, instigators and accomplices, “These methods and crimes constituted violations of international conventions, of internal penal laws snd of the general principles of criminal law as derived from the criminal lave of all eivlized nations, and ore involved in and past of a systematic course of conduct... COUNT FOUR — CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY Statement-of the Offense: All the defendants committed Crimes against Humanity during « period of years preceding 8th May, 1945, in Germany and in all those countries and territories occupied by the German armed forces since Ist Septem= ber, 1999, and in Austila and Czechoslovakia and in Italy and on the High Seas. All the defendants, acting in concert with others, formulated and executed a common plan or conspiracy to commit Crimes against Humanity as defined in Article 6 (e) of the Charter. This plan involved, among other things, tho murder and persecution of all who were or who were suspected of belng hostile to the Nazi Party ‘and all who wete or who were suspected of being opposed to the common plan alleged in Count One. ‘The said Crimes against Humanity were committed by the defendants and by other persons for whose acts the dofondants are responsible (under Article of the Charter) fs such other persons, when committing the said War Crimes, performed their acts in execution of a common plan and conspiracy to commit the said War Crimes, in the formulation and execution of which plan and conspiracy all the defendants partleipatet as leadors, organizers, instigators and accomplices. ‘These methods and erimes constituted violations of international conventions, of {nlermat penal laws, of the general principles of criminal law as derived from 1 criminal lave of all civilized nations and were involved in and part of a systematic course of conduct, Statement of Individual Responsibility For Crimes Set Out in Counts One, Two, Three and Four Goering (1893— }: The defendant Goering between 1982-1945 was: member of the Nazi Party, Supreme Leader of the SA, General in the $S, a member land President of the Reichstag, Minister of the Interior of Prussia, Chief of the Prussian Police and Prussian Secret Police, Chief of the Prussian State Council, Trustee of the Four Year Plan, Reich Minister for Air, Commander in Chief of the Air Foree, President of the Council of Ministers for the Defense of the Reich, member of the Secret Cabinct Council, head of the Hermann Goering Industrial Combine, and Successor Designate to Hitler, The defendant Goering used the foregoing positions, his personal Influence, and his intimate connection with the Fuhrer in such a manner that: he promoted the accession to power of the Nasi conspirators and the consolidation of lhoir control ever Germany sot forth in Count One; he promoted the rlitary and ‘economic preparation for war set forth in Count One; he participated in the planning and preparation of the Nazi conspirators for Wars of Aggression and Wars in Violation 6f Intemational Treaties, Agreements and Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two: and he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count ‘Three; and the Crimes against Humanity set forth in Count Four, including a wide variety of erimes against persons and property. HESS (1899— }: The defendant Hess between 1921 and 1941 was a member ff the Nazi Party, Deputy to the Fuhrer- Reich Minister without Portfolio, member of the Reichstag, membor of the Council of Ministers for the Defense of the ‘Reich. member of the Secret Cabinet Council, Suecessor Designate to the Fuhrer after the defendant Goering, a General in the SS and a General in the SA. The defendant Hess used the foregoing positions, his personal influence and his intimate connection ‘with the Fohrer in such a manner that: he promoted the accession to power of the Nazl conspirators and the consolidation of their control over Germany set forth in Count One; he promoted the military, economic and psychological preparations for war sot forth in Count One; he partieipated in the political planning and preparation for Wars of Aggression and Wars in Violation of Intemational Treaties, Agreements and Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two; he participated in the preparation and planning of foreign policy plans of the Nazi conspirators sot forth in Count One; he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Three, and the Crimes Against Humanity set forth in Count Four of the Indictment, including a ‘wide variety of crimes against persons and property. Key- To the Court-room Scene The Tribunal 1. Lord Justice Geoffrey Lawrence (Pres, of the IMT), Lord Justice of the Court cof Appeal England. 2. The Honorable Francis A. Biddle, former Attomey General, U. S. 3. The Honorable John J. Parker, Judge, Court of Appeals, U. S. 4. M. Henri Donnedien de Vabres, Professor of Criminal Law, Paris University, France. 5. M. Robert Falco, Counsel to the Court, Parls, France. 6. Lord Justice Norman Birkel, Judge of the High Court, England, % Maj, Gen, Tola T. Nikitchenko, Vico Chairman, Supreme Court of the U.S.8. 8. Lt. Col. Alexander F. Volchkov Army of the U.S.S.R. Prosecutors: 9, France: M. Champetier de Ribes, former Under Secretary of State, 10, Russ 11, United State {.Gen,Roman A. Rudonko, Chiof Prosecutor of The Ukrainian Republic Mr. Justice Robert H. Jackson of the U. S, Supreme Court, 12, Great Britain: Sir Hartley Shaweross, Attorney Genoral of England. Defendants: 13, Goering 14, Hess 15, Ribbentrop 16, Keltel, 49, Kaltenbrunner 18, Rosenberg 19, Frank 20, Prick 21. Streicher 22. Punk Schacht a 24, Doenitz 25, Racder 26, Schirach 7, Sauckel 28. Joa 29, von Papen 30. Seyss-Inquart 31. Speer 32 Neurath 33, Ptesche Defense Counsel: 34, German attorneys Miscellaneous as, 36, 37, BRERESSS Interpreters Movie Screen; Display ‘Witness box Marshall of the Court Secretaries to the Court. Etc Court Recorders Prosecutor's Stand levator from Prison Secretary of IMT Official sound film TBM apparatus control Eg 3s 3S 38 37 SSaan S 22 re ee Z } 3! _\20 30 |=24 sw) sa} al é Ee 13 1 28 17 lao} | 39 27 | Ze 34) 154) 25 A 24 AL Ss 9 10 " 2 43 45 cis PRESS RIDBENTROP (1893— _ ): The defendant Ribbentrop botwoen 1992-1945 was: a member of the Nari Party, @ member of the Navi Reichstag, Advisor to the Fuhrer on matters of foreign policy, representative of the Nazi Party for matters of foreign policy, special German delegate for disarament questions, Ambassador extra- ordinary, Ambassador In London, organizer and director of Dicnststelle Ribbentrop, Reich Minister for Foreign Affairs, member of the Secret Cabinet Council, member of the Fubrer’s political staff at geno‘al lcadquarters, and Goneral in the SS. The defen dont Ribbentrop used the foregoing positions, his personal influence, and his jntimate connection with the Fubtor in such a manner that: he promoted the accession to power of the Nazi conspirators as set forth in Count One; hie promoted tho preparations for war set forth in Count One; he participated in the political Planning and preparation of the Nazi conspirators for Wars of Aggression find Wars in Violetion of Intemational Treaties, Agreements and Assurances as sot forth in Counts One and Two; in accordance wilh tho Fuhrer's principle he executed fand assumed responsibility for the execution of the foreign polley plans of the Nazi conspirators set forth in Count One; and he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Thres, and the Crimes against Humanity cot forth {in Count Four, including more particularly the crimes against persons and property in ‘cceupted territories. KEITEL (1862— —): Tho defendant Keitel between 1998 and 1945 wa: Chief of the High Command of the German Armed Forces, member of the Secret Cabinet Council, member of the Council of Ministe:s for the Defense of the Roich, and Ficld Marshal. The defendant Keitel used the foregoing positions, his personal fulluence and his intimate connection with the Fuhrer in such a manner thal: he promoted the military preparations for war sei forth In Count One; he participated in the political planning and preparation of the Nazi conspirators for Wars of Aggression and Wars in Violation of International Treaties, Agroaments and Assurances set forth In Counts One and Two; he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Four, including particulary the War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity involved in the ill teatment of prisoners of war and of the civilian population of occupled tersttories KALTENBRUNNER (1903— —): The defendant Kaltenbrunner between 19921045 was: a member of the Nasi Pariy, a General In the SS, a member fof the Reichstag, a General of the Police, State Secretay for Security in Sustria in charge of the Austrian Police, Police Leader of Vienna, Lower and Upper Austria, Head of the Reich Main Security Otfice ond Chiet of the Security Police and Security Sorvice, The defendant Kaltenbrunner used the foregoing positions and his personal influence in such a manner that: he promoted the consolidation of control ‘over Austria seized by the Nazi conspirators as set forth in Count One; and he ‘authorized, directed and pacticipated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Three and the Crimet against Humanity set forth in Count Four, including particularly the Crimes against Humanity favolved in the system of concentration eamps. ROSENBERG (1899— _)+ Tho dofondant Rosenberg between 1920 and 1945 was, a member of the NaziParly, Nazi member of the Reichstag, Reichsleiter in the Nazi Perty for Ideology and Foreign Polley, the Baitor of the Nazi newspaper ""Votki- scher Beobachter", and of the "NS Monatshefte", head of the Foreign Political Oftice Of the Nazi Party, Special Delegate for tho entire Spiritual and Ideological Training of the Nazi Party, Reich Minister for the Easter Occupiet Territories, organizer of the "Einsatestab Rosenberg’, a General in the SS and a General in the SA. The defendant Rosenberg vsed the foregoing positions, his personal influence and his {ntimato connection with the Fuhrer {n such a manner that: he developed, disseminated tnd exploited the doctrinal techniques of the Nazi conspirators set forth In Count Gney he promoted the accession to power of the Nazi conspirators an the consolida~ tion of thelr contzol over Germany set forth in Count One; he promoted the psycho togical preparations for war sot forth in Count One; he participated in the potitteat planning and preperation for Wars of Aggression and Wers in Violation of Tater- ational Treaties, Agreements and Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two; and hhe authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Three fond the Crimes against Humanity set forth in Count Four, including a wide variety of frimes against persons and property. FRANK (1900— _): The defendant Frank petween 1992—1945 was: ‘a member of the Nazi Party, a General in the $8, a member of tho Reichstag, Reteh Minister without Portfolio, Reich Commissar for the Coordination of Justice Prosident of the International Chamber of Law and Academy of Geman Law, Chief of the Civit ‘Administration of Lode, Supreme Administzative Chief of the military district of West Prussia, Poman, Ode and Krakow and Governor General of the Occupied Pollsh terti- tories. ‘The defendant Frank used the foregoing positions, his personal influence, ‘and his intimate connection with the Fuhrer in such a manner that: he promoted the faccession to power of the Naz! conspirators and the consolidation of their control ver Germany set forth in Count One; he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Three and the Crimes against Humanity sot forth in Count Four, including particularly the War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity involved in the administration of occupied terttories. FRICK (1887— _ ): The dofendant Frick between 19321945 was: a member fof the Nazi Pasty, Reichsleiter, General in tho SS, member of the Reichstag, Reich Minister of the Interior, Prussian Minister of the Interior, Reich Director of Blectlons, Goneral Plenipotentiary for the Administration of the Reich, head of tho Central Office for the Incorporation of the Sudetenland, Memel, Danzig, the easter incorporated territories, Eupen, Melmedy, and Moresnot, Director of the Central Office for the Protectorate of Bohemia, Moravia, the Government General, Lower Styria, Upper Carinthia, Norway, Alsace, Lorraine and all other occupiod territories and Retch Protector for Bohomla an? Moravia, The defendant Frick used the foregoing positions, his pertonal influence, and his intimate connection with the Fuhrer in such Pinanner thats he promoted the accession to power of the Nazi conspirators and the Consolidation of their control over Germany sot forth in Count One; he participated fh the planning and preparation of the Naal conspirators for Wars of Aggression and Wars in Violation of Intemational Treaties, Agreements and Assurances set forth In Counts One and Two; and he authorized, dieocted and participated in the War Crimes Scr forth in Count Thee and the Crimes against Humanity set forth in Count Four, neluding more particularly the ciimes agalnst persons and properly in occupied territories, STREICHER (1885— _ }: The dofondant Streicher between 1992—1045 ‘was: a member of the Nazi Party, a momber of the Reichstag, a General in the SA, Gauleiter of Franconia, Editor in Chief of the antiSomitic newspaper “Der Sturmer”. The defendant Streicher used the foregoing positions, his personal influence, and his close connection with the Fuhrer in such @ manner that: he promoted the accession to power of the Nazi conspirators and the consolidation of their control ‘over Germany set forth in Count One; he authorized, directed and participated in the Crimes against Humanity set forth in Count Four, including particularly the incitement ff the petsecution of the Jews set forth in Count One and Count Four. FUNK (1890— _}; The defendant Funk between 1992—1945 was: a member fof the Nazi Party, Economic Adviser to Hitler, National Socialist Deputy to the Reichstag, Press Chief of the Reich Government, State Secrelary of the Reich Ministry ‘of Public Enlightment and Propaganda, Reich Minister of Economics, Prussian Minister of Economics, President of the German Relchsbank, Plenipotentiary for Economy, and member of the Ministerial Council for the Defense of the Reich, The flefendant Funk used the foregoing positions, his personal influence, and his clos connection with the Fubror in such a manner that: he promoted the accession to ower of the Nazi conspirators and tho consolidation of their control over Germany sel forth in Count One; he participated in the military and economic planning and preparation of the Nazi conspiratots for Wars of Aggression and Wars in Violation of International Treaties, Agreements and Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two, land he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count ‘Three and the Crimes against Humanity sot forth in Count Tour, including more particularly crimes against persons and property in connection with the economic ‘xploltation of occupied countries. SCHACHT (1877— _}: The defendant Schacht between 1992-1945. was 1 member of the Nazi Party, a member of the Reichstag, Relchs Minister of Economics, Reich Minister without Portfolio and President of the German Reichsbank. The @efendant Schacht used the foregoing positions in such a manner thet: he promoted the accession to power of the Nazi conspirators and the consolidation of thelr control over Germany set forth in Count One; he promoted the preparations for ‘war set forth in Count One; and he participated in the military and economic plans ‘and preparation of the Nazi conspirators for Wars of Aggression, and Wars in Violation of International Treaties, Agreements and Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two. = 10~ DOENITZ (1891— _ ): The defendant Doemitz between 1932 and 1945 was: Commanding Officer of the Weddigen U-boat flotilla, Commanderin-Chiet of the U-boat arm, Vice-Admiral, Admiral, Grossadmiral and Commanderin-Chiel of the German Navy, Advisor to Hitler, and Successor to Hitler as head of the German government. ‘The defendant Doenitz used the foregoing positions, his personal in- ‘uence, and his intimate connection with the Fuhrer in such a manner that: he promoted the preparations for war set forth in Count One; he participated in tho rallitary planning and proparation of the Nazi consplratots for Wars of Aggression ‘and Wars in Violation of International Treaties, Agreements and Assurances set forth ln Counts One and Two; and he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Three, including particularly the crimes against persons ‘and proporty on the high seas. RAEDER (1876— _}: The defendant Raeder between 1928 and 1945 wa: Commander-in-Chief of the German Navy, Generaladmiral, Grossadmiral, Admi nspekteur of the German Navy, and a member of the Secret Cabinet Council, The Gofendant Raeder used the foregoing positions and his personal influence in such ‘a manner that: he promoted the preparations for war set forth in Count One, he participated ia the politcal planning and preparation of the Nasi conspirators for Wars of Aggression and Wars in Violation of International Treaties, Agreements and ‘Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two; and he authorized, directed and participated in the war crimes set forth in Count Three, including particulasly war ‘crimes arising out of soa warfar SCHIRACH (1907— _): The defendant Schirach between 1924 and 1945 ‘was: a member of the Nazi Party, a member of the Reichstag, Roich Youth Leader on the Staff of the SA Supreme Command, Reichsleiter in the Nazi Party for Youth Education, Leader of Youth of the German Relch, head of the Hitler Jugend, Reich Defense Commissioner and Reichstathalter ond Gaulelter of Vienna. ‘The defendant Schirach used the foregoing positions, his personal in uence and his intimate ‘connection with the Fuhrer in such a manner that: he promoted the accession to power of the Nazi conspirators and the consolidation of thelr control over Germany set forth in Count One; he promoted the psychological and educational preparations. for war and the militarization of Nazi dominated organizations set forth in Count One; fand he authorized, directed and participated in the Crimes against Humanity set forth fn Count Four, including, particularly, anti-Jewish measures, SAUCKEL (1894— _): The dofendant Sauckel between 1921 and 1945 was: a member of the Nazi Party, Gaulelter and Refchsstatthalter of Thuringia, a member ‘of tho Relehstag, General Plenipotentiary for the Employment of Labor under the Four Year Plan, Joint Organizer with the defendant Ley of the Central Inspection for the Care of Foreign Workers, a Goneral in tho S$ and a Gonoral in tho SA. Tho defendant Sauckel used the foregoing positions and his personal influence in such a manner that: he promoted the accession to power of the Nazi conspirators set forth in Count ‘One, he participated in the economic preparations for Wars of Aggression end Wars | Violation of Treaties, Agreements and Assurances set forth in Counts One and ‘Two; he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Four, including particularly tho War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity involved in forcing the inabitants of occupied counties to work as slave laborers: In occupled countries and in Germany. JODL (1890— —}; ‘The defendant Jod1 between 1932 and 1945 was: a Lt. Colonel, Army Operations Department of the Wehrmacht, Colonel, Chief of OKW ‘Operations Department, Major-General and Chief of Staff OKW and Colonel-General ‘The defendant Jod1 used the foregoing positions, ‘hls personal influence, and his ‘lose connection with the Fuhrer in such a manner thal: ho promoted the accession to power of the Nazi conspirators and the consolidation of their control over Germany et forth in Count One; he promoted the preparations for war set forth in Count One, he participated in the military planning and preparation of the Nazi conspirators for Wats of Aggression and Wars in Violation of International Treaties, Agreements and Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two; and he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Three and the Crimes against Humanity set forth in Count Four, including a wide variety of crimes against persons and properly. FAPEN (1879— _): The defendant Papon between 1992—1945 was: « member ‘of the Nazi Pasty, a member of the Reichstag, Reich Chancellor, Vice Chancellor under Hiller, special Plenipotentiary for the Saag, negotiator of the Concordat with the Vatican, Ambassador in Vienna and Ambassador in Turkey. The defendant Papen used the foregoing positon, his personal infuence and his close connection with the Fuhter in such manner that: he promoted the accession to power of the Nazi con- spirators and participated in the consolidation of their control over Germany set forth in Count One; he promoted the preparations for war set forth in Count Ono) and he participated in the political planning ond preparation of the Nazi conspirators for Wars of Aggtession and Wars in Violation of International Treaties, Agrooments and ‘Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two. SEYSS-INQUART (1892— ): The dofondant Seiss-Inquart between 18321045 was: @ member of the Na Parly, a General in the SS, State Councillor of ‘Austria, Minister of the Interior and Security of Austsia, Chancellor of Austria, a member of the Relchstag, a member of the Reich Cabinet, Reich Minister without Portfolio, Chief of the Civil Administration in South Poland, Deputy Governor-General of the Polish Occupied Tersitory, and Reich Commissar for the Occupied Nethe:lands The defendant Seyss-Inquart used the foregoing positions and his personal in- uence in such a manner that: he promoted the seizure and the consolidation of control over Austria by the Nazi conspirators set forth in Count One; he participated in the political planning and preparation of the Nazi conspirators for Wars of ‘Aggression and Wars in Violation of International Treaties, Agreements and Assuran- ‘cen set forth in Counts One and Two; and he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Three and the Crimes against Humanity sot forth fn Count Four, including a wide variety of crimes against persons and property si. SPEER (190S— 1 The dofendant Speer betweon 1992-1045 was: « member ‘of the Nazi Party, Rechslelter, momber of the Reichstag, Reich Minister for Armament ‘and Munitions, Chief of the Organization Todt, General Plenipotentiary for Armaments {in the Office of the Four Year, and Chairman of the Armaments Council, The defendant Speer used the foregoing positions and his personal influence in such a manner that: he patticipated in the military and economic plenning and preparation of the Nazi conspirators for Wars of Aggression and Wers in Violation of Internationat Treaties, Agreements, and Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two; and he ‘authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Four, including mote particularly the abuse and exploitation of human beings for forced labor In the conduct of aggressive war. NEURATH (1873— _); The defendant Newrath between 19321945 was: a ‘member of the Nazi Party, a General in the $S, amember of the Reichstag, Reichsminister, Roichs Minister of Forelgn Affalts, President of the Secret Cabinet Council, and Reich Protector for Bohemia and Moravia. The defendant Neurath used the foregoing Positions, his personal influence, and his close connection with the Fuhrer in such a ‘manner that: he promoted the accession to power of the Nazi conspirators set forth in Count One; he promoted preparations for war set forth in Count One; he participated {in the political planning and preparation of the Nazi conspirators for Wats of Aggression and Wars in Violation of International Treaties, Agreements and. Assurances set forth in Counts One and Two; in accordance with the Fuhrer principle hho executed and assumed responsibility for the execution of the foreign policy plans of the Nazi conspirators set forth in Count One; and he authorized, directed and participated in the War Crimes set forth in Count Three and the Ciimos against ‘umanity set forth in Count Four, including particulaely the erimes against persons and property in the occupied territories. FRITZSCHE (1900— _ }: The dofendant Fritzsche between 1933 ond 1945 ‘was: a momber of the Nasi Party, Editor-in-Chief of the official Geman news agency, “Deutsche Nachrichten Buro", Head of the Wireless News Service and of the Home Press Division of the Reich Ministry of Propaganda, Ministerlaldirekior of the Releh Ministry of Propaganda, head of the Radio Division of the Propaganda Department of the Nazi Party, and Plenipotentiary for the Political Organization of the Greater Geman Radio. “The defendant Fritzsche used the foregoing positions and his Dersonal influence to disseminate and explolt the principal docitines of the Nazi conspirators sot forth in Count One, and to advocate, encourage and incite the commission of the War Crimes set forth in Count Three and the Crimes against Humanity set forth in Count Four, including, particularly, anthJewish measures and the ruthless exploitation of occupied territories, eee PREPARED BY PUBLIG RELATIONS, HQ CMD, IMT. Wipe L v AST MILITARY RMIL"LY SERVICE Office of General Manager 4.P.0, 887 5 Jan 19h5 SPECIAL ORDERS) mem 65) EXTRACT 1, The following No of 0 and EM, Hq lst military Railway Service ‘WP Frankfurt Germany on date indicateds TBi and orgn equip will accompa~ ny the move, Tvl by Govt MT and/or rail is ated. Rat in kind will be furn. ‘TDN 60-11) P 431-02 4 212/60)25, Extra sssne gasolone is authroized. See ee 5 21 7 dan. 9hé 4uthi vend ahd 12 Ry Sv, 2 Jan, h6 BY ORDER OF Lt COLONEL SCHEUBLE: OH A, VOPATRK OFFICIAL: Assisatna Adjutant the ATE. JOHN A. VOPATEK Captain TC Assistant Adjutant RESTRICTED RESTRICTED } HEADQUARTERS : ~7lOTH_RATLIAY GRAND DIVISION Apa FirteEh ‘APO 350, U. 5. ABW Z * 14 Jomuory 1945 = of SPECIAL ORDERS ) Nee S) 1. let Lt ROBERT D. CURRY, 0-939506, Hgs 710th Fy Grand Division, will procecd on or bout 15 January 1945, from this Headquartere to Roucn, LeHsvre, Fronec, and vicinity, by Govern- ment Transportation, for a period of not to excced seven (7) arys, for duty in connection with Wilit-ry Railway Scrvice, nd upon completion of thie duty, O will return to his preecnt stati 2. The following O and HM, Hos 710th Hy Grand Division, will proceed on or about 15 January 1945, from this Headquart-re to Cherbourg, France, by Governmnt Transport tion, for a period of not to exceed five (5) days, for duty in connection wit! Militery Railway Service, and upon complction of this duty, 0 and EM will return to present station: Capt Albert F. Marth - 0216616 1/5 Fred Trenton = 32607306 3. The following 0 2nd EM, Hge 710th Fy Grand Division, will proceed on or about 15 Jonucry 1945, from this Headquarters to Tergnier and Mezidon, Fr-nec, Government Transportation, for a period of not to exceed seven (7) days, for duty in connection with Military Railway Service, and upon completion of this duty, OQ snd EM wili return to present stition. 1st Lt Jack E. Eisemann - 0542332 T/Set George F. Brom - 396011 43 T/Set John G. Liden 371712 4. The 127th Bnd 129th Ry Workshops are hereby xttrched to the 757th Ry Shop Bn for adminietration and eupply. 5. The 128th and 130th Ry Workshops, 118th nd 119th Hosp Tn Mt Sees, and aot and 140th Hosp Tn Mt Ptns sre hereby attsehed to the 728th Ry Opn Bn for «dministrstion -nd supply. By ordcr of Lt Coloncl CRILL: &. RK. TRUESDELL ORFICIAL: Lt. Colonel, TC SEPIQIALS | a Acting féjutant OC Lee atelf S. Re TRUBSD 3e- Bs Ocnd M1 - Ea 201 File CG, 2nd MRS 1 - CO, 710th RD 1 - SO File 2- AG Pers, Scinc Sect 2 - B. unit unit conecrncd ictsD E tte sf HEADQUARTERS 7AOTH RAILWAY GRAND DIVISION APO 350, U. S. ARMY SRI/Ipa 25 January 1945 SPECIAL ORDERS ) : o.. Reet) -EET §. The following 0 and Wf, Hgs, 710th Ry Grand Div, will proceed on or about 29 January 1945, from this headquarters to LeHavre, France, and vicinity, by Government Transportation, for @ period of not to exceed five (5) days, for duty in connection with Militery Reilway Service, and upon completion of this duty, © and Mf will return to present station: Capt ALBERT F. MARTH, 0-218616 fee § Pred Trenton, ” 32607306 . * * SUD By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: OFFICIAL ‘THOESDELL 2 be. Colonel, 7C % ps Acting Adjutant R. THUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutent A of Zh HEA: Quark rion: pate cram orvzarar 74% U. S, ARMY 25 Jamary 1945 SPECIAL ORDERS ) NOs.s¢-s004210 ) . 1. The following 0 and Hil, Hgs, 710th Ry Grand Div, wili proceed on or about 25 January 1945, from this headquarters to Soissons, France, and vicinity, by Government Transportation fora period of not to exceed tnree (3) days, for duty in con- nection with Military Railway Service, and upon completion of this duty, O and MX will return to présent station. Ast Lt THOMAS N. EAGLE, 95539706 T/Sgt William V. Skinner, 37343753 2. ‘The following 0 and EM, Egs, 710th Ry Grand Div, will roceed on or about 26 January Loaes from this headquarters to aen, France, and vicinity, by Government Transportation, for & period of not to exceed three (3) days, for duty in connection with Military Railway Service, and upon completion of this duty, © and HM will return to present station? Ast Lt JACK EB. EISEMANN, 0-5423 T/Sgt Raymond C. Caroon, 37031551 3. Major EDVIN J. DAVIS, 0-927972, Has, 710th Ry Grand Div, will proceed on or abeut 28 January 1945, from this headquarters to Nanteuil, Ormoy-Villers, Crepy-en Valois, France, and vicinity, ty motor or rail transportation, on temp dy for an indefinite period. Upon completion of TD,’0 will return to proper station. 4. Ist Lt ROBERT D. CURRY, 0-539506, Hgs, 710th Ry Grand Div, will procecd on or about 29 January 1945, from this head- quarters to Cherbourg, France, by rail transportation, for duty in connection with Military Railway Service, and upon completion of this duty, 0 will return to present station. 5. The following 0 and Mf, Hos, 710th Ry Grand Div, will proceed on or about 29 January 1945, from this headquarters to LeHavre, France, and vicinity, by Government Transportation, for a period of not to exceed five (5) days, for duty in con- nection with Military Railway Service, and upon completion of this duty, 0 ees retusn to present station: ‘apt ALBERT F. NARTH, 0-218616 Tees Fred Trenton, | 32607306 6. eee 80 10, Hgs 710th RGD, 2! 6. The following 9 and Hl’, Hqs, 720th Ry Grand Div, will proceed on or about 29 January 1945, from this headquarters to Dreux, France, by Government ‘transportation, for a period of not to exceed three (3) days, for duty in connection with Military Railway Service, and upon completion of this duty, O and EY will return to present station: Capt PASCHAL H. FEDDING, JR, 0-321349 Tec 4 Kurt W. Kirsten, 39216549 7. Ist Lt CHARLES 0, SH7FLET, 0-532212, Hgs, 710th Ry Grand Div, will proceed on or about 29 January 1949, rvom this head- quarters to Caen, Tergnier, and Soissons, France, by Government Transportation, for 2 period of not to exceed seven (7) days, for duty in connection with Military Railway Service, and upon completion of this duty, O wili return to his present station. 8, Maj Walter H. Warlin, 0-510217, Hos, 710th Ry Grand Div, will proceed on or about 29 January 1945, from this head— quarters to Cherbourg, Frence, by Government Transportation, for a period of not to exceed seven (7) Gays, for duty in connec= tion with Military Railway Service, and upon completion of this éuty, O will return to present station. By ordcr of Lt Colonel CRILL: tae Korey OFFICIAL PI 2S s S. R. TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant Acting Adjutant DISTRIBUTION: ) end URS AG’Pers, Seine Sect pies 5 - Ea 0 and 1 - CO, 710th RED 1 - CO, Has Co, 710th RGD 1 + Ea 201 File 1 = SO File OLETCR OF 365th = Are 8 X YE SUBJECT: Adnission and Disposition of Patient.. “a 2 injury Geet) (wae not) due to patient's ows misconduct. Dian Mpa NATHAN ALEERS f Captein, uc Registrar HEADQUARTERS 710TH RATLWAY GRAD DIVISTGS APO 350, U. 5, ARIY 6 February 1945 SPECIAL ORDERS } serves 13) -EXTRACT- NOe 1. PAC lst Ind to ltr this Hgs, 24 Dec 44, the following Q and BI, Hgs, 710th Ry Grand Div, will proceed as indicated below on or about 6 Feb 45, for duty in connection with military railways, not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon completion, re= turn to proper station: E Destination + Dreux, Caen, and ? Cherbourg, France Name z Capt ALBERT F. MARTH == Tec 5 Fred Trenton : * * . By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: 8, R. TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting adjutant Et i 7LOVH RAILWAY GRAND DIVISION ‘APO 355, U. S. ARMY 6 February 1945 SPECIAL ORDERS ) eeeaestd PAC 1st Ind to ltr this Hgs, 24 Dec 44, the following © and MI, Hes, 710th Ry Grand Div, will proceed as indicated De- low on or about 6 Feb 45, for duty in cennection with military rail. ways, not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon completion, return to proper station: ‘Name: z AST Destination Capt ALBERT F. MARTH 3 O-218616 Dreux, cae and Tee 5 Fred Trenton + 32607306 t Cherbourg, France 2, PAC 1st Ind toltr this Hqs, 24 Dec 44, the follow: oO and HM Hes, 710th fy Grand Div, will proceed from this Has to Cher- pourg, France and vicinity, by'rail or motor transportation, on or about 7 February 1945, for dy in connection with military railways, not, to exceed seven () daye, and upon completion, return to proper station: Capt PASCHAL EB. REDDING, 0-321349 1/3 Kurt W. Kirsten, 39216549 3. PAC let Ind to ltr this Has, 24 Dec 44, the following 0 and EM, Hgs, 710th Ry Grand Div, WP from this Hgs to Rouen, Sea~ queux, and Lelavre, France, by rail or gotor transportation, ofa Feb 45, for duty in connection with military railways, not to exceed five (5) days, and upon completion will return to proper station: ast Lt JACK 8. BISEVAIN, 0542332 Tec 5 Robert wv. Sherman, 35881075 4, PAC Ast Ind to ltr this Hos, 24 Dec 44, the following O and Bi, Hgs, 710th Fy Grand Div, WP from this Has to Geen, Letayre, France, and vicinity, by Government transportetion, o/a 8 Feb 45, for duty in connection with military railways, hot to exceed two (2) Days, and upon completion will return to proper station: Chaplain (Capt) JOHN F. ROJECHE, 0-4041: Tee 5 George M. Sedlacko, 33140494 5. PAC lst Ind to itr this Has, 24 Dec 44, T/Sgt Reymond C. Caroon, 37031551, Has Co, 710th Fy Grand Div, WP from this Has by rail transportation, o/a 9 Feb 45, to Caen, France, for dy in connection with military railways, not to exceed three (3) days, nd upon completion will return to proper station. By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: S. R. TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC OFFIC, Acting Adjutant 8, Riisadl DISTRIBUTION: "A" Lt. Colonel, TC EESTRICTED Acting Adjutant = x ae og eee RESTRICTED \ t HEADQUARTENS: td SEINE SECTION, COM Z BUROPEAN THEATER Of OPHU.TIONS ‘SPECIAL O8DERS) UNIT STATES aR 15 February 1945 : EXTRACT Nanber 46) 1. PAC Ltr, AG 210,711 # 220.711 MPE-SA, Ha,) Ziropean T of Opns, USA, Subj, "heaves and Furloughs in Great Britain! dé 13 Feb 1945, Seb Margaret Ro Sprunk, 4803510, WAC Det, Seine Sec, is granted a seven (7) day furlough effective the date of debarkation in Great Britain. Travel by lendon ASN) of the 710th Railway Grand Divisién, APO 350,» whose duties re= quire that he move about any time during day or night in the Metropolitan Paris Area, for the purpose of supervision and di- rection of Wilitary Railway Traffic. He can be identified by his counter-signature below. By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: Py ae sen COUNTER-SIGNATURE: Et. Gola et Acting Adju’ O21SbIL CEN) BESTRICTED 50 47 Hq Surepean T of Opne USA 16 Feb 1945 Ba&zRagt > 18. 0, Com Z, European T of Opns USA, listed below, are teuporarily promoted te the er indicated in AUS w/renk from date of this order: Gapt te Wai ALBERT Fe MARTH, O218616, Te Ge By comand of General EISiMIOWA: Re Be LORD, Major Generel, 090, Deputy Ghief of Staff. OFFIOIAL: Re Be LOVETT, Brigadier Generel, UGA, Adjutant Generale 7 Rice Ite dolonel, 10 Acting Adjutant Ti@th Ry Gr Div BESTRIGTED he — 047 Oe mad» marr * 10 17. 4 Com 2a Lt t HARRY RICE, 01105759, cE FLORENCE UM, RIGBER, N731366, ANC SOHN R. RUTOHIE, 01543239, tac ANNE 3. RORTTGER, N7609%, ANC FRINGES DeB. ROME, 760726, ANC BARRY L. ROGUETTS, 01824511, AUS (TD) + GIANDOLYN P. HOSE, N787056, ANC BERNARD ROSENHERG, 0536364, Sn C 8. ROSS, N763734, ANC WILLIAM A. ROUNDIREE, 01107090, CE LOWELL Ny ROUSE, OL554467,. Ord TRO M. ROZONTOZ; 01576588, out HARRY C. RUSKIBVIIOZ, 01037269, cms THOMAS K. RYAN, 0472142, OB MICHAEL J..SARIK, 01640913, Sig ¢ SAMUEL SARNER, 01535073, MAC VIRGIL G. SAYIOR,O2046813, MAC ANITA M6, SCHEBL, 757285, ANC BINA L. SOHLAMAN, N733043, ANC HORT J. SCOTT,’ 01108997, cE ROBERT T. SOOTT, 0159388, uc YARY. L. SEELEY, R270, M0 (HD) SMES R, SHEARER, 0103950, CE WONROE.R, SHEINELAG, 01558443, Or EVELYN U, SHIFFLETT, 0725088, ANC CECELEA H. SHIMEK, N759222, ANC RORERT-P, SHIRIGY, 0159324, MC JOSEPH SLOBODIN, 0169560, Tc ANAL, SLOVITSKY, N7%557, ANC ORAM. SMITH, N733360, ANC - RUSSELL B. SMITH, 645627, TC GHORGE F. SMYTH, 01557533, Ord ROGHRD B. SPRUILL, JR, 01556504, Ord EDYIN W. STETDIE, 015908, Que IRENE P. STEPLYK, “704076, ANC GENE J. STOLTZ, 61590212 “oHC. , DONALD R. STONE, 01592636 ,. uc FOGER-A.STROBDE, 011151, CE JOHN L. SULLIVAN, 01556361, Ora NBLL WM. SULLIVll, N742103, ANC RYNOLD B. SVOBODA, 01579192, Quc ALEGRE, TABER, 0153877, UAC ROBSRT L. TERRGLL, 02040762, CE HDNA ¢. THaaN, N761302, ANC WELLL A. THURSTON, Ji, 0545785, TC FRANCES M. TINJUM, 873752, ANC IBONARD A. TONE, 01050287, CAG. -..-.KiBR, “CODS, N72222,\ "ANC CRSARO-F. TREAALGIA, 01313470, Int RIEANOR 4. TYSON, N72691, AND. eens EXTER R. dD Oro Ge EM Mog ke! promeed to the gr indicated in AUS w/rank from date of this order’ Qdst Lt “See O28 wre Pas aos 2, ISA, listed below, are tanpbrarily y EDIT H. VANGR, N783767, ANC LAURENCE D, VIPOND, 0547973, TC GEORGE vi, WALLACE, 01569572, cnc WILLUM H. WALLACE, 0536552, nic ETHEL E. WALSHE, N759799, ANC JOHN R, WALTON, 01551331, Ord EDWARD B. WATKINS, 0522747, Int ROBERT M, WATSON, OL645472, Sig ¢ SAM C, WEBB, 01004539, 4c SRNICE L. WEEKS, N721792, ANC HOARD iM. WEINER, 01545763, Mic SYLVIA 4. WBINROTH, N744139, ANC VIRGINIA M. "BISINEERGER, 4729494, ANC RiYHOND W. WELLS, 01596850, Quo SaMBS N. WHITE, 01305509, Inf WITS; N757422,_ ANC. cris, 01308570, Inf ALBORT C. WILLIS, 01554668, Ord MINOR V. WILLIAMS, “01549634, Ord RUTH J, WILLTALS, 2208, MD (HD) DAN J, WILSON, O1644231, cH DENNIS n, WILSON, 01593921, cue EDWIN R. “WILSON, “01312093,. Int HARRIBT? F; WILSON, 723805, anc HOWARD W. WILSON, OL547503, Mac WILLLIM M,. WILSON, 01547505, UAC, JOHN ¢. WINFREE, 01592713, TC JOYCE R. WINTSRMANTEL, N7337HL, ANC JBIN HEWGILL WRT, R22, MD (HD) ARVO L, WIRTANEN, 01049402, CE WIA P. WISLER, N775777, ANG ROHERT C. WITT, 01592160, ono KATHE 0. WETIE, 8773670, ANO ELIZABETH S. WITTENMYER, N761058, ANC ELWOD 0,- WD, 01798633, CMP ', N7B3813,2 ANC * HOLE y, 756333, “ANC DONALD H. WOLFF,” 01593103, ONC AAWATBAN WOLESRELLS! N7L5228, ANC BIND MIN F, WOMACK, 01595277, GMC EDITH a. VONPOR, N(57966, “ANC * ESTHER A. WOOD, N728QL1, ANC MARGUERITE “WODARD; N725952, ‘ANC WARY A., WOODHULL,, N729038, ANT MADELDIE T, WOODRUFF; N735297, ANC TZORA "OODS, N779065, ANC - WILL J. ODS, 01115857, CE ISABEL li, HOOLHOUSE, 775959, ANC (SO 47, Buropean T of Opns USA, 16 Feb 1%5, conta) (Par 17, contd) OLGA A. B. WRIGHT, N756674, ANC ORDY F. RIGHT, 0115464, CE RUTH WRIGHT, NI31264, ANC CLARA Mf, "TYGHUN.S, N7527, anc ANNE B, YAEGER, N763311, Ane SOHN E. YAKWOVITZ, 01047397, CAC MARTHA J. YANGRY, N77BA7, ANC AUDREY B. Yodi, N7LK9Q2, ANC MARY LM. YEAGER, 724805, ANG HGIEN YERKOVICH, 1745537, ANC MARGARET A. YooUN, N724764, ANC GaMES M. YONALDY, OLOSUA58, CE #PRIIK S. WNLIE, 0540637, OE Lt to 1 et Lt ZULa Mi. YOUNG, N7670195 ANC MARTIN ZACEAR, JR, 01542330, Wie RUTH 4, YaVODSKY, N7S27L, Nc ARD R, ZEBROWSKI, 01115863, CE MANUEL ZECHMAN, 01016306, Inf RICHARD D. ZBINER, 01553759, Ord MICHEL F. ZALINSKY, 01946901, TC GARTRUDE 8. ZETTsR, N761672, ANC JOSEPHINE A. ZIBMBA. N7ZL619 , ANO ELSIE E. 2TMRE, N7259L1, ANC JEAN EB, ZDOERMANN, 01003178, AUS PAUL M, ZTABRUAN, 01555057, Ord J, ZUBBLICK, 01560963, TC ALTER L. ZUK, 01596867, MC 0, Cen 4, "Huropean-T of Opns Usa, Listed below, are temporarily promoted to the gr indicated in AUS w/rank from date of this order: aj to Lt Gol GERGE FERDINAND BALDIIN, 0910263, CE “JMES C. MORRISN, G1NE77, Que GUY EB. DILLARD, 0437910, 10 HARRY R. LANCASTER, 0333346, VC FRED R. LARDIN, Jk, 0270437, Inf OSCAR M. LEMIS, 0210053, FD DANIML B, WRAN, 0719427, AUS SAVES P. BAKER, JR, 01575704, LANRENCE R, BLYCKER, 0507579, Quo RENE GALLIC, O1586/71, 10 CHARLES P. CLOCK, 0455825, AGD YELLS R, DeYOUNG, 0911565, 10 BUCENE R. SNSLEN, 0281902, CE WILLIAM 8. HUMLTH, 0480475, ord TAVRENCE R, KEMPTON, 0393974, CE LAURENCE K. KING, 1576236, Qe * * suit, ~ RMON, Se Ee, SEP OPPICIAL SS cor, ZBleeaicr GenorAGSs, Aajurant Genera BOp SS DONALD 7. PATIERSIN, 0265891, FA CHARLES D. PENNIMUN, 0921346, “TC BENJAMIN P. SHBIN, 090936), 10 ALADAR A: VON SABO, (342619, TC THEODORE S. WATSON, 0510736, TC Gapt_to ita; Gao RAY. KING, OL68LIU4, Me SHEPARD M. LATTER, 0452289, GkC ALBERT F. MARTH, O2L@616 , TC CHARLES J. MARTIN, 0268980, Inf JULIUS A. MARWETZ, 0916968, Ord LoGaN T. NSLOON, 0321431, Quc UCR J.P. O'CONNOR, 0908850, QuC FRANCIS C. PARKER, 0261897, TC By command of Geieral EISENHOWER: HB. LORD Major General, GSC, veputy Chief of Staff. ae RESTRICTED HEADQUARTERS ‘7LOTH RAILWAY GRAND BIVISION APO 350, U. S. ARMY 27 February 1945 SPECIAL ORDERS ) MON wae 220" ) EXTRACT 3+ PAC lst Ind to ltr this Hgs 24 Dec 44, the following 0 and EW, Hgs 710th Ry Grand Div, WP as indicated below, o/a 1 Mar 45, by Government transportation, for dy in connection with mili- tary railways, not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon completion will return to present station: Destinatio; fame ‘Albert F Compiegne, Tergnier, France Tee 5 Fred Trenton 32607306: and vicinity. i 3 * ‘ * By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: S. R. TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant CAR prc S. Re pene Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant RESTRICTED oth RESTRICTED HEADQUARTERS 7LOTH RAILWAY GRAND DIVISION APO 350, U. 8. ARW 2? February 1945 1. PAC 1st Ind to ltr this Hgs 24 Dec 44, the following O and EN, Hgs 710th Ry Grand Div, WP as indicated below, oa 27 Feb 45, vy Government transportation, for dy in connectio: a military railways, not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon ‘vion will re- sent station ; Ranke A Te Lt Col LLOYD L. BRADFORD : 02054 > Argenté > Cher— Pfe Ollie C. Ward % 35860932 :bourg, Rouen, LeHavre, France, nd vicinity: 2. PAC lst ind to ltr this 4 Dec 44, the following WO and HI, Hgs 757th Ry Shop Bn, WP fr this Hgs to Louvain Belgium, o/a 27 Feb 45, by Government transportation, for dy in connection with mili- tary railways, not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon completion will return to proper station and organization: CWO NEAL H. RAIMER, w-2120684 Pfe Leroy L. Bishop, 32858113 3. PAC 1st Ind to ltr this Hqs 24 Dec 44, the following 0 and EM, Has 710th Ry Grand Div, wp as indicated below, o/a 1 Mar 45, by Government transportation, for dy in connection with military rail- ways, not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon completion will return to present station: Wame_and Rank: ABN Destination LE Col OTTO D. CRILL :0536059 :Compiegns, Amiens, Rouen, Leavre, ¢ Melvin 1 wison 7285008 and Cherbourg, France) ALBERT F. MART! he zCompiegne, Tergnier, France, and Tec 5 Fred Trenton 132607306 :vicinity 4. PAC Ist Ind to ltr this Hgs 24 Dec 44, the following 0 and HM, Hgs 710th Fy Grand Div, WP as indicated below, o/a 5 Mar 45, by Government traneportation, for dy in connection with military rail- ways, not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon completion will return to present station: Name and Rank —_i ARN: Destination Capt_WALTER I. RAND __ noes wrepy_en-Valois, France. | _ Capt PASCHAL E. REDDING 10321349" ‘Caen, Cherbourg, Lellavre, Rouen, Tec 3 Kurt W. Kirsten :39210549 :France, and vicinity By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: S. R, TRUESDELL -OFEIOLAL Lt. Colonel, TC ne ech Acting Adjutant sv ho TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant DE TOY: "AN TLOTE RAILWAY GRAN ‘PO 350, U. S. ARMY 4 March 7945 SPHCIAL ORDERS ) z omeeeme ) 1. So much of Par 4, S020, this Has, 27 Feb 45, as po. to Capt ‘JALTER I. RAND, 01013765, this hgs, is rescinded. 2. PAC ist Ind to ltr this Hys 24 Dec 44, the follow: BM, Hgs 710th fy Grand Div, WP as indicated below, o/a 4 Mar/: rail or motor transportation, for dy in connection with military railways, not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon completion will re- tura to present station: NO. elas i, "3_ Aga ¢ Destination 1_0ge8004_ 2 LeHavre, Franc Pe 0927972" Nanteuil) Ormoy-Villérs, and — 7 770520958 Capt EVERETT J. BRUCE _ _ 0536662_ a Gabe JOR ys AbAEE 2304008 a 5s H ee te atis ae -oeopae = Pfc Rose K. Musser 333527804 = Ist Lt ANDREW J TIDLOUGHBY :—05 36 as rz GapteDsARD L. SELEY — _ _1_0530636- x Le Sua Fe 1 ore 6 pene erates Caen, Cher: i/Set Hows: 1. Er Vicinit; bape alana “GAGS | REED antine, tates, — Willi 4 2 an erbourg, France __ __ Ist Bence BB = Therbeare,-Angontan, ‘LeHavr Ree, 3 Rober’ Res eees 4, Rouen, _and Tergnier, France japt’ ROBERT 0539! ¥ Lefavre, Rouen, Cherbourg, and Tergnier, France _ _ "0276792" 3 Cherbourg ,Argentan LeHavre,_ t Rouen Amiens and Tergnier, : France Naj TILLIai 3. ‘The 130th Ry Workshop (lobile) is reld fr atchmt to the 728th Ky Opn Bn and atchd to the 757th Ry Shop Bn for administration and supply. By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: S. R. TRUESDELL OFFICIAL: Lt. Colonel, TC “y “a Acting Adjutant TA? | raatel ‘S. Re TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant DISTRIBUTION: "a" unit concerned co tes lo rey im WH 10 ha Nes te RESTRI HEADQUARTERS 710TH RAILWAY GRAND DIVISION APO 350, U. S. ARMY CTED 3 April 1945 SPECIAL ORDERS ) : ROM ee 232.) 5. PAC lst Ind to ltr this Hqs 24 Dec 44, the following 0 and EM, Hgs 710th Ry Grand Div, WP as indicated below o/a 4 Apr 45, by Government transportation, for dy in connection with military railways, not to exceed five (>) days, and upon comple- tion will return to present station: Destination apiegne, Kouen, an LeHavre, France Way AlBor? F. MARTH fee 5 Peter J. VanKommer ; 39143566 * * * By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: S. R. TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant S. R. TRUSSDELL Li. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant DENTAL CLINIC ‘TH GENERAL BTSPENSARY ue SBINS SECTION, OOK 2 ‘3 SUROPHAN THSATER OF OPSRATIONS Y UNITED STATES or ott 4, Record of Prow'ous Convieticas ( 3. Indorsemonts kc. Roport of Investi; 2 copies. ‘marked munerically). ‘at). RESTRICTED 1. Certificate of no previous convictions (if there are no previous convictions). m. Report of physical examination (if any), If there are previous convictions the record of then will be placed with the other exhibits and marked accordingly to the number as intro- cuced. If there are no previous convictions, the certificate will be Placed with the Report of Investigation in the proper place. in accordance with theater policies for the conservation of manpower, ‘the number of garrison prisoners in confinement will be reduced to the absolute ninimn. RESTRICTED (5) (Pres.) The court will p Ta" a The prosecution is ready to proceed with the trial in the case of the United States vs. : This court is convened pursuart to par. > 808 ‘APO » dated _ » 28 amended By par. 2 Sb fig. qiarne pecated i ; (READ THE ORDER AT lst MEETING APTER PUBLICATION) ‘Te following menbers are precent: _ ‘The following members are absent: Reason: Reason? Does the accused desire to introduce individual counsel? Is the accused satisfied to be tried by the regularly appointed counsel? A copy of the charges was served on the accused on . ‘The accuser in this case is . (If investigation made) The charges were investigated by . ‘The TJA does not expect to call any member now present as a witness, nor is any member now present an accuser in the case. The gencral nature of the charges in this case is If there is any menber of the court who has formed an opinion con- cerning this case, or who kmovs any of the material facts, or who, for any reason, believes himself disqualified, or is aware of any facts which he thinks might cause either side to challange him, it 4s requested that he so announce in order that he may be excused or challenged. The TJA does not desire to challenge any member for cause nor to exercise the right to one peremptory challenge. Have the rights of the accused as to challenge been explained to him? (Note-a member who is challenged may be sworn and required to testify as to competency. If challenge for cause is made, the court mst be closed). (Par 58 F, Page 46, tcl, 1928) Does the court desire to explain further to the accused his rights as to challenge? Does the accused desire to challenge any member of the court, for cause? Does the accused desire to challenge any member of the court, peremptorily? % of une Is the accused satisfied to be tried by the court as it now sits? The court will, now be sworn, "You ._ do swear that you Will well and truly try and determine, according to the evidence, REST 22RDTAL PROGEDURB: RESTRIC TED the matter now before you, betyeon,cho USA and the person to ve tried, and,that you will administer justice without partiality, favor, or affec~ ton according to the urovisions ef the rules and articles for the governe ment of the Arm: United Staten, and if any doubt should ariso,; not explained by salé articles, thon according to your conéctence, thé Boab of your understanding, and tho cvston of war in like cases; and do yousfur- ther swear that you will not < sentence, of the court until they shall be published ty th: proper authority or duly announced by the court, except to the TJk ov ossistant TJA; neither Wild you-dise @loss or discover the vote or opinim of any particular acuber of the court marticl upen a challenge’ or won the findings or seatence, unless required to give evidence tharoct as a natness by @ court of justice due course of lst, 60 HELP Yor cay, (Pres.) The TVA will be sworn fully and impartially perfor aut al Judge advocate and will rot divulge the findings or sentence of the court to any but the proper authority until ther duly @isclosed. 80 HELP Yoo cop," as. coused) Twill vor x ya ti go (s) and specifications (s) under which you are to be tried: 15, Has the accused any special ploas or wotions to enter at this tine? 16. How does the accused plead to (the) spec. I, spec, IT, otcy 17. How does the acoused plead te (the) char; e TZ, ¢ OLY IF ACCUSED FHTENS A PLEA OF GUILTY ANE 18 ane 39 70 BR READ 28. You, are artviscd of your right to introduce evidence explanation of the offfense(s) to whic ve ploaded guilty and I will assist you and your defense coursel to seeure such evidence, 19. Docs the court desire to oxplain the plea of guilty, as ontored, to the accused? TILEY. (Zo be nade only when plea of Guilty » you have pleaded guilty to al] the charges and specifications (or sp ‘¥ which} Tt is my duty to tell you that hy ploeding guilty you admit that you con- nitted the offenses (s) charged against you to which you have pleaded guilty, nanely (here summarize those offenses b: and that becauso of your plea oF guilty the court nas tho pover to sontence you immediately to (Here set ont the maxima: permissible punishnent, and the longth of confinement; and extent of foxfeitures waish may be adjudged.) ‘You have the right, if you dire, to change your ploa of guilty, Wow 'mowing these matters, what do you want to do? You may wash te conoult with your comnsel before answering, “(Jccased met reply son). 20. Does cither the court or the defense dusire any reading of the cist of the offense(s) charged? 21, BRIEF OPENING STATEIENT OF WHIT Tie rrosromtoy Gwar 79 Seve — RESTRICTED ~ introdes as its first w Swear witness: You swear that the evidence you shall give in the case now in hearing shall be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the trabh, 80 HELP YOU COD? Naue, rank, organization, ASN Do you know the accused? If so, state his nane Is he in che military scrvice of the United States? That is his grade and organization? If there is no objection by the defense, the prosceuttion would like to introduce as evidence against the accused __ » same to be included in the record and markec Exhibit for the prosecution OR same ‘to be withdrawn at the conclusion of this trial. The prosecution reste.“ Does the defense desire to make an opening state- nent? Has the defense tess to call? TJA swears witnesses (See 22) Name, rank, org., ASH and station. Do you Imow the accused? Wave the mghts of the accused as tc malcing a statement in hie om behalf been explained thin? Doee the court desire to further exrlain to the accused his rights as a witness in nis om behalf? Rights of accused as a witness. (Rank and full name) ___, it is my duty to tell you of your rights as a witness. You have three choices open to you, First, you may take the stand and be oworn like any other witness. If you do that, you may be fully cross-exarined on your om testimony, both by the trial judge advocate and the rerbers of the court. Their cross-exam- ination can cover not only the things which you have testified, but can also cover every matter in the case connected with your guilt or imocence. , Second, you nay make an wnsvorn statement on which you cannot be cross- examined. Such stateme:t is not evidence, it is entitled only to such con sideration as the court sees fit to give it, and anything you say in such a statement nay be used against you. The wnsvorn statement may be made by you or your counsel, oraily or in writing. Third, you have the right to remain silent, if you do that, your silence cannot be held ageinst you in any way. liow (rank and £011 name), with these choices before you, what do you want io de? You may consult your ccunsel before answering, (/iccused mst reply in person). Knowing your rights as the in this case, what do you desire to do? (After the defense has rested) Does she court desire to call or recall ay witness, or wish any further evidence presented? The prosecution dees not desire to make an opening argument, Dors the defense desire to make a closing argument? AQDIO ToT RESPRICT ED GI LOl aL! *eoous 4298 put oe ® UTOISNS 09 oounpyas TeA9y auo, .zms moys qonu +" paooox oyg, “ous sopnTaUT prosox oy4 WE OouppTAS Zo Amtmms amos pub qanos oy 04 poquosoad st 47 yeu; UFEgaoo oq PLR TON UE poswoTpUT Se osuezZo yous. 50 pexmbss. 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On Page li of the special court-nartial procedure form (concerning the rights of accused as a witnoss), it will be made absolutely clear to the accused thet he has the right to remain silent and not make any statement whetscover, It will also be mado elcar to him and to the court that if he elects to remain silent no inforence can be drawn against him because of the fact ho clocts to remain silent. It must be oxplained to hin, of course, thet he has the right to be swom as 2 witness and testify in his om behalf. In such case he becomes as ony other witness and is subject to cross-cxamination. It will be oxplained to him further that he has the right to make an unsvom statement, orally or in writing, personally or ‘through his counsel. The unsworn etatcment is not evidence and will only be given such consideration as the court deens it deserves. The court will be very careful that the accused is not, subjected to cross~cxamina~ tion when ho makes an unsworn statment. “hon an acoused makes an unsworn statenent, the court will rot subject him to any cross-examina- tion whatsoever, This form may be reproduced, . C/Ipj 20 April 1945. MEOKOPAND UM T0 4 Major Tinston H. Guess, Asst Gen’! Supt, 710th Ry Grand Div. pilajor Albert F. Marth, Stores Seetion, 710th Ry Grant Div, 1, You are hereby delegated as an inspection team of this Head- Quarters an‘ vill arrenge to make an inspostion onee each week of the dining ear, eonpany headquarters and mess hall, ani the storeroom ani motor pool as well as the offices in this Headquarters wmiless inspection is to be made by the undersigned in which event you will be advised, giving me a re- port at the end of exch inspection. Gi 0. ORTL, Tt. Cole, TC, Commanding. 22 April 1945 SPECIAL ORDERS ) Whe ..86000637 ) 1. 1st Lt ROBERT S. HULLAN2. 02121223, TC, is appointed aum- mary Court Officer for the Hg end Hy Co, 710th Ry Grand Div. +2. The following C are appointed a SCM for the 710th Ry Grand Div to meet on call of senior member at such times as necessary for the trial of persons who may be brought before it: ~Maj ALBERT F. MARTH, 0-218616, TC (Pres) Waj CLINTON C. LANKFORD, 0-921433, TC Capt JOHN H. ADAIR, 0-503179, TC Capt JACK B. ETSEHANN, 0-542332, TC ist Lt MASON L. ELLIS, 0-525251, TC | ist Lt EDWARD R. MADER, 0753474" ,0C (Trial JA) ist Lt CHARLES 0. SHIFLET,0-532212,TC (Def Counsel) 3. Review of charges to be brought for court martial hearing, and of proceedings of courts will be performed by the Adjutant, 710th Ry Grand Div. 4, The following © and EM, this orgn, WP o/a 23 Apr 45, fr this Hes as indicated below, by rail or motor, for dy in connection with military railways, not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon com- pletion will return to proper station. Autht Ltr, file 300.4, Ha, G MRS, subj: "Orders", dated 21 Mer 45: aaa 1 AST Destination WILLIAM W. HAY ~~ 0276792 * Tergnier, Valenciennes, Aulnoye, Capt ea? D. CURRY 0539506 : Jeaumont, Lille, Amiens, France Capt THOMAS N. EACLE 0539706 : and vicinity Capt JACK E. BISMANN + 0542332 : Capt PASCHAL E- REDDING +, 0321329 t T/Sgt Sohn G. Liden 137271262 ; T/Sgt William V. Skinner 337343753 + ‘T/3 Kurt. W. Kirsten 339216549 + 9/5 Robert W. Sherman 339881075 : 2/9 Merle Coulson __ _ _+39899629_ J ALBERT F. HARTH + 0218036 By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: Ls 8. R. TRUSSDELL a oaiE| Lt. Colonel, TC S. Ry TRUESDELL Acting Adjutant Lt. Colonei, TC acting Adjutant ISTRIBUTION: "A" is RESTRICTED S HADAARERS MOTH RLTAY Civ DIVISION STOKGS SOT AFO 550, 1. 3. ARMY HRU/tin 27 April 1945 be) : All Officers, 710th Ry Grena Mv, APO 350, U, S, Army, 1, Tt is required thai ai) Smpromated clothing te turned into Quarte:master. 2. Request each of yo torn in to Set, Peckham, this section, Amediately, the impregnated letting issued to you prior tc leaving the States, After this clothing has been accumlated b; Set. Peckham, it will be turned over to the Conneny Suprly Officer for further handling. FOR TEL Guy Gul SUPIINTINDENT: > Gites Pee ‘Ist Lieut., T. C., Fuel agent. For Ry Supply Officer. Qnap Wale BRDU a! TROT 20 DkAY GAD DIVISTON 3. AMY 28 April 1945 MEKORANDUM: 70 + All Personnel, 710th ky Grand Div, APO 350, U, S. Army. 1, Announcement is mage of the Seventh |.ar Loan Campaign, 2, It is exmected that this ca raign will be actively supported throughout this theater, carticularly éuring the erie? 1 Vay 1945 to ‘7 July 1945. 3 It is also desire? that a vigorous nrogran be conducted ty each conmené to secure maximum particination, perticular stress being meres on new or increased Class "3" allotments an¢ the sale of bones for eas! 4, This unit has heretofor given exeeLlent suport to the dre- vious War Ioan prograns, end it is felt the same cooperation cen be ex pected in this crive, 5. It 4s recuested thet in event Class "D" allotuents are in ereaso¢ or cash yurehase of bonds are made during this ncriod thet same be reported to the undersipned, . By Order of Lt. Colonel GRILL: Coss felon’ J Ast Liout,, 1. 6, War’ Bond Officer. HGADQUARTIRS TAOTE RALLRAY GRaND DIVISION APO 350, U, S, AMY j AM /iim 28 April 1945, ‘WRORANDUM: cs) + Commanding Officer, 710th Raflway Grand Division, APO 350, U.S, Army, Purment to your instructions in memorandum, 20 April 1945, Inspection ty the undersifned was made this morning of the diner, Hoad= quarters Conpeny, billets, mess ball, kitchen, supply room, farare, and Headquarters offices, The followine exeeptions wore nate: c BAIN Cans The dining roon was very clean and in cood shape. Wore effort should be made in cleaning the kitchen, stove, sinks, ventilator, floors, shelves, and cupboards, The kitchen utensils should be cleaned and free from decayed food around the crevices and edges, Suggest that the Mess Officer take up with the Wagon Lite people to have this condition corrected. HEADQUAATIRS COMPANY BLL atSs Suggest present drain board in shower bath be repuired, cleaned daily, end aired out, Another beard should be made so that a spare could ‘be had for thet purpose, The Kitchen and mess halls and cupbosrds were in cood shape with few minor exseptions noted which are baing eorrected. Enlisted mens quarters wore in exellent shape, 411 personal ‘belongings were in proper place and shows that the enlisted non are taking pride in keeping their things in excellent condition at all times, as thie ‘Was not # preannounced inspection, We exceptions taken, Tho garage was neat and tidy and trip tickets are maintained in accordance with latest instructions. Only one vehicls in garage at time of inspection which was undergoing minor HEADQUARTERS OFFIGES# Only exceptions taken ware as follows: The chenicel equipment in cupboards in the Chenical Engineer's roon should be nore neatly arranged. The locker cupboards in the Drafting room should be neatly are ranged, es it was in an unsightly condition, The Transportation Section cupboards should be cone over, foras and files placed inn neater nanner, In general, it was noted thet in all offives magazines and papers were lying around on tops of desks and cupboerds promiscnously, Suggest that these be kept tn the drawers of desks where they will not be seen, WINSTON R, GUESS, ALOT F, WARTR, Kajor, T. C. Major, 7. Cs, Inspecting Officer, Inspecting Officer, 2 HEADQUARTERS 710TH RAILWAY GRAND DIVISION APO 350, U. S. ARMY 2 May 1945 NOvceeeveee40) EXTRACT 3.) Maj ALBERT F. MARTH, 0-218616, this orgn, WP o/a 5 May 45, fr this ae to Brussels, Belcium, by rail transportation, for dyin connection with militery railways, not to excsed five (5) days, and upon completion will return to proper station. Auth: TWX Message, Hq 2d MRS, dated 3 May 45. * * * By order of Lt Colonel CRIIL: S. R, TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant OFS, « 4 Tee Lt. Colonel, Tey ——— OP Y Acting Adjutant | Se vented ’ Ys Mee RECON, i i Bed Form gaoo MBORANDUM RECEIPT Sati eee Serial No. (Packing or Loading List) Req. No. 2naMRS _(Station) ‘APO 350, U.S. ARMY Warchousgtroes #epp Consienee Hq 710 thy Grand piv Destination APO 228, U.S. ARMY Routing, RIND oF, sont airs Bu Se Neer dee eee d= t { craw, Brownhoist, 15-ton, H | i seridl # 2042, with 3/4 cu { mete} buéket eaj a LLL LLL last item MURIEL IIRL TLL | | eal | oe. bt | | i | || decal Shipper Rec's above urticles in apparent .oot order ondation (eugagt as noted) this date _ = Wan pepatiyenr Stoker, Zi/> SHIPPING TICKET 2 fextik icone seer metiias. HEM eal depot 5-858, courcelig Fran (ookmany spyserons vou a (Btncime = | or | anne ae | ae tl | CGrane,Railroad, Indust: x) | fotelel «Lif of Lebel eLellelehelel el eLof ast Veo] e/ehe/L/eLofefeLeL-] of + NoTk t Thts dhtyping ticket supercodes any ima recelpts or shipping tiekets ‘Tesuod on this item covering transactions with| Signel | Depot 'S-958. Ree BONHAM, WOig, U.SeAe Depot Surply Officer, HEADQUARTERS 710TH RAILWAY GRAND DIVISION ‘APO 350, U. S. ARMY 17 May 1945 SPECTAL ORDERS )_ NO.eseseeeee4l ) 2, Waj ALBERT F. May 1945, fr this Hgs to Erueseis, Belgium, by rail trans- portation, for dy in connection with military railways, not to exceed five (5) days, and upon completion will return to roper station, Auth: Ltr, 2d MRS, paragraph 5, subj: "Survey of Equipment", dated 6 May 45 and TWX Message, Hq 2d MRS, ST-1295. * * * By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: OBRICTAL: Z Sohal has > TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant S. R, TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant RESTRICTED 7AOTH RA: APO 3} SUBJECT: Physical Examination. TO + Lt Col CRI Lt Col BADGLEY Lt Col TRUESDELL Major LANKFORD Capt RICHARDSON Capt CURRY Capt EISE‘ANN ist Lt HOLLAND lst Lt HERRICK lst Lt MADER lst Lt ELLIS st 1 it ours AL GRAND 50, Ue Ss Ab 18 vay 1945 Lt Col BENNETT Lt Col BRADFORD Major Capt BCYER Capt ROJECHE Capt RAW. oure 1. You will Report to the 7th General Dispensary, 11 Rue Helder (Hotel Richmond) at time shown above, Saturday, 19 May with eyeglass prescription for physical examination in connection with adjusted Service Rating for redeployment. By order of Lt Colonel CRILL: Ssh cath 8. R. TRUESDELL Lt. Colonel, TC Acting Adjutant HEADQUARTERS S 70th Railway Grand Division ‘KPO 350, U. S. ARMY. SUBJEOT: Physical Profile of 1. a. Physical stamina is: (Exellon$) (Good) (Poor) ‘D. Enotional stability is: ("meLlent) (Gopt) (Poor) cs Adjustment in the orgenizatiom (ExdfIent) (Good) (Poor) @, General health Appears to ber (Zxmel lent) (Good) (Poor) 2, He makes ak (Ocensional) (No) visits to sick call. 3- He has (no) (the following) know physical defects: (Check indicates the qualifying term which best described the individuel) ee et Tay WS TI . Sa C1 ‘Grade and Branch) Bb oC Cd RESTRICTED C7 it HEADQUARTERS \W wh 2ND MELTTARY RAILWAY SERVICE XK Office of General Manager SPECIAL ORDERS ) APO 350 g 2l; May 195 ‘NUMBER 1k2 ) 1, If COL ORVIS H. OSBORN, 0928006, TC, this orgn, WP, o/a 2h May lS, by R, ? 3, ex Mir, fr this Hq to Bad Godesburg, Germany, and such other points in Germany as may ‘be necessary, on temp dy not to exceed seven (7) days, for the purpose of carrying cut the instructions of the OG, and upon completion of this dy will ret to proper sta. TOM, TDN 60-11) P 432-02 4 212/50h25, auth: Ltr, GHQ, MRS, USA, Com Z ETOUSA, APO 887, subj: "Auth to Issue Orders", 22 Fed 15. 2, Fol named officer and EM, this orgn, WP o/a 2h May 45, ty R or litr, fr this Hig to Paris, France, and such other points in France and Belgium as may be necessary, on temp dy not to exceed seven (7) days, for che purpose of carrying out the instruct— jions of the CG, and upon completion of this dy will ret to proper sta, TNT, TDN 60- Wy P 432-02 A 212/50425. Auth: Ltr, GHQ, MRS, USA, Com Z ETOUSA, APO B87, subj: "Auth to Issue Orders", 22 Feb 15. CAPT ARNOLD S. KEMP: 01285138 on DS fr loth TR Reg Gp Pfc Harry (NMI) Friedman 36777656 2 DS fr 397th Bn 3, MAJ ALBERT F, MARTH, 0218616, TC, 710 Ry Grand Div, WP, o/a 2h May LS, by R or litr, fr pres sta to Brussels, Belgium, on temp dy not to exceed seven (7) days, in connection w/Ilil Ry Activities, and upon competion of this dy will ret to proper sta, TONE, TDN 60-11 P 132-02 A 212/50425, Auth: Ltr, GHQ, MRS, USA, Com Z ETOUSA, APO 887, subj: "Auth to Issue Orders", 22 Feb bo. 4, Fol named 0 and BM, this orgn, WF, o/a 25 May 4S, by R or Mtr, fr this Hq to Brunswick, Germany and such other points as may be necessary on temp dy not to exceed seven (7) days, for the purpose of carrying out the instructions of the CG, and upon completion af this dy will ret to proper sta. TCNP. TDN 60-11, P 432-02 A 212/501,25, Auth: Ltr, GHQ, URS, USA, Com Z EIOUSA, APO 887, subj: “Auth to Issue Orders", 22 Feb ko, CAPT HOWARD B. AGNEW 0508096 re Pfc Harris J. Foret 38617219 On DS fr 729 Ry Operating Bn 5. Pfc Charles (WT) Sanzone, 206355, WP, o/a 2h May LS, fr this Hq to Paris, Franoe, on temp dy not to exesed three (3) days, as an Official Courier, and upon completion of this dy witt ret to proper sta. Travel will be perforned by Rall. TONT, TON 60-114 P 432-02 A 212/5025, Auth: Ltr, GHQ, URS, USA. oe “ ISA, APO 887, subj: Auth to Issue Orders", 22 Feb 15. a OF BY COMIAND OF BRIGADIER GENERAL BURPRE: JAMES W. CONWAY): 2 Hajor, TC, eB Adjutant. ol RESIR HRADQUARTERS —<— ‘710TH RAILWAY GR EPO 35%, UL 27 May 1945 1. The following © and E¥, this orgn, WP ofa 28 May 45, fr 8 to Brusseir, Belgium, by rail or motor, for dy in connection w: itary railways not to exceed seven (7) days, and upon con- Dee ee return to proper station, Auth: VocG, 2nd Mil ay Svc, 1 Lt Col LOND L. BRADFORD, 0208543 WINSTON Hi. GUUSS, 0536133 He SLSR PWR 9248635) i zy 0739706, wNN, 0542332 Capt WELDON ™ RTE TODSON d2q862 Ist Lt WiSON L. ELIS, ee let Lt PLINEY P. PUSSER, W/set Howard J. Beer, 35221! M/Set Barnard G. cher » Sdoueas M/Sgt Clark 4. Parrish, 3507532 Tec 3 Paul J. Signtuss, 33077 Fa Tec 4 Vincent R. Pelettay 32392 92601. Tec 4 Peter S. Richards, 25&: Tee 4 Loyal R. Romberg, 37707659 Tec 5 Rebert 4. Graves, 39216726 Tec 5 Eimer S, Mitchell, 31426919 Tec 5 Robert W. Sherman, 35881075 Pfe © John Ke Kennedy, 15140790 2. The fcllcwing O and M, this orgn, WP c/a 28 May 45, fr this Hos as indicated below, by rail cr motor, for dy in connection with military railweys, net to exesed seven (73 days, and upon com pletion vill return to prope wath: Ltr, file 300.4, Hq end URS, subj: "Orders' 5 ame @ Re Trgentan, caen, Che: Tergnicr, Valenciennes, Aulncye : Jeument, Lilie, Amiens, Rouen, LeHavre, France. and vicinity 7 a 1 UN poze T/Set Gecrge F. ‘T/set Raymend ¢. Carcon T/Set Knrt W. Kirsten T/Set John G. Liden Tec 5 James binecn Tee 5 Eiton Snith tones z sabre By crder cf Colonel CRILL: A H. ADAIR IS Captain, TC an. tsa fajueane raged. TC BESTRICTED cee a [RA DQUS.RTERS ae 710TH RALWAY GRAND DIVISION PC 30%, U. & ARMY EQ 27 May 1945 SPECIAL ORDERS ) NOveseeeeee eA? J 1. The following © and ¥¥, this orgn, WP o/a 28 May 45, fr this Hgs to Brussels, Belgium, by rail or motor, a8 ay ae connectior with military railways nct to exceed seven (7) days, and upon com— ae return te proper evation. Authy, VOCG; 2nd Mil Ry Svc, ey 451 Lt Col LLOYD L. Bi ae Med WINSTON. GUS, 0° 6133 Ha) ALBEE PF. YARTH ae Capt THOMAS 1. Capt WELDON T lst Lt MASON L. ELIS, C5 lst. Lt PLINSY P. M/sgt Howard J. am Mest Barnard G. aii M/set Clark is. Tec 3 Paul J. Sign! Tec 4 Vincent R. Peletta Tec 4 Peter S. Bicharde, 3 x Tec 4 Loyal 7859 Tee 5 ey Graves. 395 6 726 Tec § Kimer S. Mitchell, sagging Tec § Rotert W. Brera: 4 Pfe © Jchn Ke Kennedy, 15i20790" 2. The fcllowing O and MK, thie orgn, WP o/a 28 May 45, tr as indicated below, by rail cr mctor, for éy in connection tory railwcys, nct'to execed seven (7) days, snd upcn com- pletion “11 return to'preper staticn. duthi Ltr, #40 300-45 Ha 2nd URS, subj: "Orders", dated 21 Mar 454 2s EE z Destination : + Argentan, Caen, Cherbourg, Sb 3e308 + Tergnicr, Valenciennes, Aulncye ‘REDDING : °9.: Jeumcnt, Lille, Amiens, Rouen, CEINLE? : OF 32812 : LeHavre, France, and vicinity T/Set Gecrge F. Brewn + 39% DUBS Wtoe Sena D/set Raymend C. Carcon s 3703199: dUIN tore T/Sgt Kurt W. Kirsten + 39216540 1 2 : T/Grt John G. Liden 37 U71292 3 Tec 5 James W. Robinecn 37150762 +. R Tee 5 Bitcn W. Smith 39342160 By crder cf Colonel CRILL: OFSTCIAL J. H. ADAIR Ss see : Captain, TC i 2 ATR Adjutant Sagyeea. by tes io bs bs 1H 10 ce tes w AVERIGAN RED CROSS OFFICES CLUB t BRUSSELS, BLGIUIt Bag Dear © _YourAmerican Red Cross Officers! Club, "Toison d'Cr," at Avenue de la Toleon d'Or, Brussels, Zelgium, is open from 1000 fe hours to 2309 hours daily, This Giub 4s your club, and for your pleasure, Please help us to help you. wor Wak e MWe now have a seven piece loval orchestra which will play ‘seven times a weck, on Yonday, Teesd dnesdey, Thursday, Friday, ee end Sunday nights fron 19:0 hore until. 2230 hours and also on Sunday ‘afternoon from 1509 hours to 1700 cure, You and your dates are aay Anvited to come in and-onjoy this music, There will be no sie on Saturday nights, _ Other facilities of the Clch includo a billiard, ping-pong, and ; reading rooms, lounge and snack bar serving coifee, donuts, and coca wont eee ‘ Vo aNovng ae i) { Barbara Siieetland \ Program Director duit pans Letters orehoasd + - Club Director ’ MILITARY RAILWAY SBRVIOB #20 228 U.S, ARMY 30044/3 5 1945 Letter Order Noe 202. Date) SUBJECI: ‘Travel Orders. - MAJOR ALBERT F, MARTH, 0218616, TCe The above nemed__ oft of Hq__TlObhibAaeh Railway Grand Division WP___aachen, Gei ‘and_vicinit (and such other places on the continent of Burobe within the operetion= al limits of territory asgd to this Unit as may be necessary in the per formance of Militery Railway Service Duties), on TDY, on or about 5 1945 for « period not to exceed seven (7) days, and SERRE SP Tor WET Wet to prover oxen & ete ‘me Tetaan wok: Ltr Hq, Second MRS, file $00.4, sudj: "Orders", dtd 21 Mer 45, BY ORDER OF COLONEL SHAPPELL: MIITON C, JONES, Capt ‘TO, Bajo RAD yas Nath ion RsTeAY Gaus? DIvismoN fae @ilitery Tailway Service APO 350 ne Army Tansee & dane 1945 SuSJ&e7: Driving of Soter Vehioles by officers, Re: All Officers, 710th Ry Grand Div., AZO 350, 1.S.Army Quoting below Cir No 10 iesued by lige District "co", cas, Som, SPO, Atd 4 Apr 45, and by which Officers of this organization will be governed: "Le, Ber pers 1 4 3a(l) of See I, Cir Yo 7, this fia, os, it is directed that necessary measures be instituted at ones to correct violations of the it°'S\ directive by which except in emergenoy, Officers my Fo? drive motor vehicles "2. The emergency contemplated is the rare occasion when, in the momentary absence of enlisted or hired civilian driver, an Cffice® fives @ vehicle in exter ts satageect life or ‘operty. The fact that the shortage cf enlisted personnel pre- pintes assignaant cf an enlisted driver tea particule vehdpae floes not constitute an emergency of the kiné contemplated constituting an exception. here enlisted personnel i lacking, qualified civilians wili be hired en@ arrangements made for their instruction in U5 driving practise and regcletions, and for issue to them ef prover license to drive a |] 3 Government vehicle. (©) Porm 7)50 will be marked "Oivilien Operater”.) prohibition against /fficer driving arises trom §- Experience has prover conclusively that (fficers 40 not perform the ist echelon maintenance on the vehicles ther érive, nor is it Thue the vehicle det: B.A vehicle driven by an Cfficer inevitably remains unattended when the Officer steps out of it to diacharse the business that tekes him to the place te which he drives, lany vehicles are stolen when left unattended. The prohibition extends not enly to ld Government but Tens: to vehicles acquired by the 0.5. Govern- ment vy REQUISITION er by HRRTAL The Military Folice have been directed to report all eases of driving by “Zficers, und @isciplinary action will be taken against cffenders", By Order of Colenei cer: 4 x aDalR, Catain ™, Adjutant. 300.4/8 9 June 1945 Letter Order No. 12 Date SUBIEOR; Travel Orders. F Major MARTH, Albert F. 0-218616 lst Lt MADER, Bdward R.0-534747 1. The above named_Officer of Ha. 710th Railway Grand Division WP_smastr: (0. ) chen( (ana such other places on the Continent of Bhrops within the operational limits of territory asgd to this Unit as may be necessary in the perfcrmnce of Military Railway Service Duties), on TDY, on or avout; 9 June 194° for a period not to exceed sevent ys, ahd upon compl o: TDY will ret to proper orgn & sta. TDN. TBGAA. Auth: Ltr Hq, Seoond MRS, file 300.4, subj: "Orders", dtd 21 Mar 45. By Order of COIONEL ORILL: J. He ADAIR, Captain TC, Adjutant. euihe OFFICIAL a 2 _ HEADQUARTERS TOW RAILWAY GRAMD DIVISION Military Railway Service ‘ APO 550 U.S. army THA/eLa 9 Tune 1945 SUBJEOT: "Readjustment and ‘edeployment. ™: All Officers, Hq @ Ha co, 710th Ry Grana Dive, AR 350, U.S. army. Following is excerpt from communication issued by channel Base, dtd 5 June 45: mobeference is to BR 1-5, expression of desire no Officers'adjosted Service Rating Garde ‘An nofficer may change his expression of reference {from "Ho" to "Yes" at any tige. tpAt Officer will not be permitted to change “nis expression of preference from "Yea" to "No" ," This for your information. By Order of Colonel oRILI: RESTRICTED HEADQUARTERS TIOTH RAILWAY GRAND DIVISION wdlitary Railway Service AEO 350 U.S. ARMY 300.4/B Letter Order No._18 11 June 1945 ae Orders. TO: ‘Major Albert 7. MARTH, 0-218616, TC Cpl Thomas J. Hamill, 15112026, 20 1. The above named Officer and E/M of Hq 710th Railway Grand Division WP to Paris (France) and vicinity, in the performance of Military Railway Service duties, on TDY, on or about:_11 June 1945 for a pericd not to exceed five (5) days, and upon compl cf TDY will ret to proper orgn & sta. TDN. TBGAA. Auth: Ltr Hq, Second MRS, file 300.4, subj:"Orders' dtd 21 Mar 45. By Order of COLONEL CRILL: Keanas OFFICIAL Je He ADAIR, Captain 7, Adjutant. Adjutant. FO 350, U. S. /ARLY ive 11 June 1945 HEADCUARTSRi RAILWAY GRAND/DIVISION SPECIXL ORDERS ) WO.sa-04000-58 ) 1. The following IM, 744th Railway Operating Battalion, WP fr present station by Govt rail or motor to Faris, France o/a 12 dune 1945, on temp dy for approximately five (5) days for the pur— pose of a'72 hour pass in Paris, France, rptz upon arrival thereat to Central Registration Fureau, American Express Building, 11 hue Scribe, Paris, France, for processing and billeting. Auth: Ltr, file 220.715, Ho, 24145, subj: "Peris Passes", dated 24 \pr 453 ‘T/Sgt Augustus G. Owens, 38436487 8/set Richard A. Allen, 35377 3, S/Set John G. Waterhouse, 37589064 Tec 4 Verion F. Worris, 37726654 * Tec 5 Rudolph EB. Hoxberger, 37728123 Tec 5 Jefferson h. Burkett, 34134085 Tec 5 Robert J. Kavanaugh, 36559470 Tec 5 John}. Lyons, 38991789 Tec § Anthony J. Naskeuicz, 31446581 Tee 5 Eugene H. Titus, 31425790 Pfe Melvin As Jantzen, 36838626 Pfe Maurice B. Keating, 42050643 2. The following B, 755th Ky Shop Bn, WP at once by rail or Govt Kotor from present station to Hes, 710th Fy Grand Div, on temp dy in connection with Military Reilwsy activities, not to excced seven (7) days, end upon completion will return to present station. Auth: Ltr Ha, 24 MRS, file 300.4, subj: "Orders", dated 21 Mar 45 S/Set Louis G. Booth, 32666640 Tee 5 Horny Kelly, 30441552 3, sffective this date, Vajor ALBERT F, 1! ARTH, 0-218616, in addition to other dutice, is appointed lctor Control Officer this organization. 4. Pfe Paul H. Kositzka, 32943905, Co B, 744th Ry Operating Bn, WP 0/2 11 June 45 fr present station to Hes, 710th ly Grand Div on temp dy in connection with 1.ilitary Railwey ectivitics, not to exceed scven (7) déyst—eind upon completion will return to present RS, file 300.4, eubji” "Orders", date 5. VOCO, 710th Hy Grand Div, directing Pfe Joseph P. Bilicic, 35923432, 744th Ry Opn Bn, to proceed o/a 4 June 45 fr present stxtion to Hos, 710th Ky Grend Div on tenp dy in connention with Vil Ry ietivitice, not to cxceed ecven (7) nd upon compiction to return to present et=tion ar: and of record, the oxiz of the service having been such se to preclude the iecuines of ordere in advancc. Auth Ltr Eq, 24 ¥RS, file 300.4, eubj: “Ordere", dated 21 Mor 45. By order of Colonel CRILL: OFFICIAL: Adjutant DISTRIBUTION: "A" ~~ HEADCURRTERS SEINE SECTION, COX 2 EUROPEAN THEATER OF OPERATIONS ‘13 June 1945 UNITED STATES ARTY EXTRACT 1. This par concerns apmt of General Court-Martial and will not be published in consolidated order. 2. Having reported to this Hq in accordance w/par 59, SO 157, Hq, European T of Qpns, USA, cs, following named 0 are asgi to this Ha, for dy w/Engr Sec, eff 8 Jun 1945: Tt Col HARRY D. LOVERING, 0126632, CE Maj BIMUR F. RAPRAEGER, 0917992, CB Capt CLAYTON E, MITCHELL, 01215039, CE 3. Having reported to this Hq in accordance w/par 35, SO 143, Hq, European T of Qpns, USA, cs, Ist Lt ROBIRT F, O'DRIEN,0529954, CE, is asad to 1566th Ener Dep Co, eff 15 May 1945. 4. Following named Netherland Personnel WP to TMilborg, Holland o/a 15 Jun 1945, and return to this sta upon completion of TY. TC will furnish necessary 7. ‘TDN. 60-114 P a A 22 /50125: Tt LEONARD M. BEETS Arnold Ki. Dalmyeyer Mrs Agatha Van Den Bogaard lirs Van Senene 5. »PAG 2d Ind, Meg, AG 201 (Enl) MPE, Ho,; Com Z, Buropean T of Opns, USA, dd 30 May 1945, Pvt Erank ts Montervino, 32918995, 6th Repl Bn, 1st Repl Dep, is trfd to 15lst Engr C Bn, EDOUR: 16 Jun 1945, 2%, Maj ALBERT P, MARTH, 0218616, TC, 710th Ry Grand Div, is reld from all duties fas Purchasing and Contracting O and Class "AU Agent 0, for this Ho. J. PAC Ltth Ind, Ltr, AG 201 (Bnl) RC, Ho, Con Z, European T of Opns, USA, dd 10 Jun 1945, Pfc Robert Taylor, 12088917, atchd unasgd to Det of Pationts, 4314th US Hosp Plant, is trfd in gr to 709th MP Bn, DOR: 16 Jun 1945. &, Under provisions of par 4b, AR 35-1100, following naned 0, orgn as indicated, are detailed to count and verify cash balances of Postal 0 indicated, and will contact Postal 0 prior to 20 Jun 1945 for purpose of receiving preliminary instructions: Ast Lt CHARLES H. ALLISON, 01002565, AGD, Postal 0, 1224 APU st Tt PAUL G. GOODSON, 01031555, Cav, this lic, Hc Cond’ Seo 2a Lt CLIFFORD iJ. SISZ, 02006022, TC, 13th Traffic Rog Gp lst Lt BUGINE Re POKORSKT, O10L611,6, AG, Asst Postal 0, APO £87, + st Lt GEORGE R. WeCOMBS, “01790032, CUP, 709th UP Bn Ast Lt GHORGE M. PATERSON,’ 01995665, CMP, 385th UP Bn Ast Lt BENJAWIN F. GOODLETT, ACD, Ast Lt WILLA! A. ADERSON, 01286672, Inf, Tig, 1705th Lbr Supervision Co Ist Lt ROBIE $. YOUNG, 01032567; CE, Hq, 17034 Ltr Supervision Co 9. Par 14, $0 160, this Ha, os, is anended to delete following named Bf from orgn as indicated to 36th IP Ba: 286th MP Co (pos) S Sgt Robert 1, Alburtis, 6910893 S Sgt Donald % Wilson, 3242: = Sgt Carl J. Seiferth, 32183376 Tec 4 Stephen A, Janda, 3620] go 1s Peo Harold W. Fish, 37096777 83 ‘{Zeth MP Co (PCs) gs Pfc’ Johnnie C. Larson, 37118602 <2 RESTRICTED = 80 16h, Hg, Seine Sec, 13 Jun 1915+ Page 2 10, Following named 0 are reld from atchd uasgd to Det of Patients at Large, Seine Sec, and from SD w/this Ha, SJA Sec, are atchd unasgd to Det of Patients, 13224 US Hosp Plant, EDCMR: 16 Jun 194! E Capt JULIAN DIXON, 0128322), Int let It ERNEST D. YANARBLEA, 01177255, FA 2d Lt JOSEPH B. ROBRAU, 0550363, Inf 11, So much of par hy $0 159, this Hay ca, concerning Tec 5 Villian Me Rombold 19096001, 752d Engr Parts Sup Co, as reads, "trfd from 756th Engr Parts Sup Co", 4s amended to read, "trfd from 755th Engr Parts Sup Co", 12, Par 36, 50159, this Ha, cs, ie anended to delete Tec 3 Frederick C. Mohr, 12093351, 2217th Hher Mil Tean, thfd atchd unasgd to Det of Patients, 4.3220 US Hosp Plant. 13. Per 4, SO 154 and pars 2, 3, 7, 8 and 11, $0 160, this Ha, cs, are amended to delete following naned EM, orgn as indicated, granted seven (7) days furloush at US Riviera Recreational Area: Tec 4 Paul Itkowitz, 32709162, 42d Engr Base Dep Co Tec 4 Kent Sandford, 32629047, 1st Med Gen Lab Tec 5 William L. Bvers, 33810994, 3736th Gd Trk Co Tec 5 John L. Livsey,’ 33919690, 3736th QU Trk Co Tec 5 Kurt P. Halbert, 35533923, 1008th Engr PP Bn Tec 5 John A. Bartlett, 39841N73, 40th Onl Iab Co Pfc Robert M, Simon, 11049042, 1st Med Gen Lab Prt John Ry Lee, 33451926, 706th San Co 1s. Following naned Hi of 7é7th UP Bn, are placed on TY at Rheims and Bpernay, France, for period of three (3) days, eff o/a 13 Jun 1945, and will return to proper sta upon completion of TDY, TC will furnish necessary 7, Air travel is auth, TON. GO-11L P 432402 & 212/50125: T Sgt Zaward G. Havryilla, 32926254 Pe James Ne Mamalis; 34777851 Fie James H, Carroll, 34494935 Pfc Frank J. MeGrork, 35527019 Pre Joseph P, Sunmers, 32921,067 15. Pursuant VOCG, European T of Opns, USAy Pvt Schinz, 12189624, 3104th Sig Sv Tn, is granted seven (7) days furlough, off ofa 1h Jun 19L5, ‘plus two (2) days travel time, for purpose of visiting United Kingdom, Upon completion of furlough EM will return to proper sta. 10 will furnish necessary 7. Class IT air priority is authorized. TDN. 60-211, 136 P 132-02 A 212/50125. 16, PAC €sg, AG 201 (Bol) MPE, Hq, Con Z, Buropean T of Opns, USA, dd 7 Jun 1945, following named EM of 302lst QU Bary Co (lS), are trfd in a to Hq, 1150th Lor Supervision Co, APO 513, EDGR: 16 Jun 1945. 10 will furnish necessary T. TDN. 60-11, P 431-02 A 212/5012: Pe Boyd E. Laney, 11123202 * * Prt Horace B, Wood, 39¢h68él * BY ORDER OF COLONEL BLAKELY: ‘ FP. L. REUS 0 Lt Gol, GSC AL Z Deputy Chief of Stat (pce! OMe ouyayr DAVID C. MAYERS a Lt Col, AGD Adjutant’ General, DISTRIBUTION: "a" weer HEADQUARTERS ‘TAO RATLUY CEAND DIVISION ilitary Relvay Service Stores Departnent APO 380, © 0,8, AREY iPii/ere sEORDO 25 Sune 1945 TOr ALL SOOTIONS, 710th Railway Grand Division, APO 350, 48, ARMY Purmuant to instructions contained in Hemorsndun No, 1 this Nead~ quarters, dated @ June 1945, the following rules will govern the use of trensportation by this Headquartera: 4. All ofvilien cars with drivers will be kept in a pool with lon of those assigned to Comandiing Officer and Rxecutive Officer. Veade civilian cars will place their order at the Information Dosk who will omler the ear, the officer notifying the man a8 the deck where he ie going and the protable tine of return. As ap the vehicle is released, it will return to the Motor Peol when not in Use and not park at this Kesdquarters, bd, One car will be assigned and parked at this Headquarters at ~-for exclusive use in emergency which can be used only for one hour to make short trips, This vill also be bendled through the Information Desk. Soe vented keeps a datly tineeshest on c!vilien drivers, 4, There 4 on duty one night ériver, duty hours fron 1700 to 000 bre, for mergency for this leatquarters at the Kotor Pool. 6. Ho civilian érivers not cleared by STAEF are allowed to go to Cormany, ; f. Officers in various sections where U.5.A, vehicles are ansigned to then, will use these vehicles only, and not use civilien cars. Fhen St bocomes necessary to furnish ition with @ civilian oar, it will be with arproval of the Section lead. BY ORDER OF COLONEL GRILL: ALBERT F, KARTE Major wv. Moter Control Officer ‘Commans ™ Soerhet tees, Information Desk HeADQu S TLOTH RATWAY ‘ivND DIVISION Military Railwey Service APD 350 (U.S. army 3004/8) 36 June _19 Letter Order Nc._34 fate SUBJECT: ‘Travel Orders. M: Major MARTH, Albert FP. 0-218615, 10 1. The above named_0 cicer of Ha Toth Railway Grand Division WP to i (ané@ su¢h other places on the Continent of Shrope within the operational limits of territory asgd to this Unit as my be necessary in the performance of Military Railway Service Duties), on TDY, on or about; ;16 J 1 for a period not to exceed seven ys, and upon con TDY will ret to proper orgn & sta. TDN. BCAA. Auth: Ltr Hq, Second MRS, file 300.4, subj: "Orders", dtd 21 Mar 45. By Order of COIONEL CRILL: J. He ADATR, Captain 1, Adjutant. HEADQUARTERS TH/Ipj ‘7loth Railway Grand Division ‘APO 350, U. S. ARI. 18 Tune 1945. SUBJECT: ASR Entry on 66a14 TO + Major Albert F. Marth. 1. Check of our records indicate that you have not as yet verified, by your initials, the entry on "DAGO Form 66<1 of your ASR score, desire to remain in the service or not, efficiency rating and physical profile seria number as is required by Circular 5h» Miss ‘ETOUSA. 2+ Our records have to be brought up to date at the very earliest possible date. Please see Sgt. Johnson and have this taken care of. By order of Colonel CRILLs TNH. ADAIR, ; Cavtain, Ty Ly Aa juan! ee ~ — MILITARY RAILWAY SERVICE U.S. ARMY PASSENGER ano MAIL SERVICE ETOUSA Issued 20 June 1945 GENERAL INFORMATION MUABILETY.— Not rape for etre nhs ina ‘damage rualing rom doled trie ct falar to ae conection, Sodus ‘ram aremsbectto change vihou no ORDERS MUST BE USED WITHIN LIMIT. — Pauanser: mic each deaf ot er fe epi fsa ase pas Bon BAGGAGE, — Hans baggase a Serrscis Bag only peraitd. Checking of LOST ARTICLES. — oa fotge our dvipment. Any los shoal be sarylerediiduls to mabe ons oranges “FAAVEL INFORMATION. — Ty 87-0. hav repent ‘he lrgertatonate suet yu ie trarainfratin SEAT ALLOCATION. Sesis ond bars ello INDEX TO STATIONS imei Pah | Dogahanneet Abeer aN | remes Riera fa | brse isi Aber ee Fastenal (wa. 2 exrey ; 15 Seomleci ' ear > Hane a 2 Hava i 5 Hamberg mali... B Nessie ent dearont seo 5 Freteld mai a eS 10 tinere Re Lembongan bee Gherour ‘Gherbowrg fai. Sail zt moaich (mai bw. cess 9 | Micon ie iat) | Maier Die aise So | Nereis Belew Marit ma) INDEX TO STATIONS - con’ Marches Siadbach (ral 22 Never vidi PorieBotigolls nll. 3ic33-29 Ferietyon el B Fatiest Caso iS eo Bal ck eve, ibbed Is Fest engin te Stuer Terni al Ie Ralondere heed Enree™ JUENTIN — AULNOYE 018 — PEPINSTER iene i 5 @ apsieae/e a Panis — soissons, Ties? NORTH REGION eae EAST REGION ~ we EAST REGION HIG)_PAnis — ToveS — CHAUWONT — LaNaRES — vESOUL PARIS — REIMS — CHARLEVILLE ~ LONGUYON ~ LUXEMBOURG Ba) ae cotimeetal a = too 1 (DED PARIS — CHALONS-SUR-MARNE — BAR-LE-DUC — NANCY ‘SAARBOURG — STRASBOURG a PARIS REIMS — sT-MENEHOULD | VERDUN — LONGUYOR ~ LUXEMBOURG t le F T ay a # : a bal fpr oeghe ig el eal le ve tel | aig Aq Pepe costae AE S| Tse Soman DE] BAP-LE-nuo — WANCY — WETZ — THIONVILLE © LYON - DIJON - VEsouL - STRASBOURG eB | goose ale es I fo amae Eg: |S SRERERERERESTS #88. 8SUBUESSeUe wees ES lye a WEST REGION IE PARIS — MONTEROLIER-BUCHY — ROUEN — LE HAVRE BELGE - SOUTHEAST _ ‘AACHEN — LUKEMBDURG — NANCY en pases = ST-BRIEI LYON — MARSEILLE — NICE (eave Yet TRLMEERLY) TG PARIS — cHaRTRES 7p na TR Hue ae rea ee emeesonaan DoepaS ee Tnaanaaasasnnsse SOUTH EAST REGIO\. JOUTH WEST REGION BESANCON (> DOLE— PARIS — DIJON ~ LYON — AVIGNON ~ MARSEILLE — CANNES — NICE “TOOT SWEET” MAIL SCHEDULES PORTS TO PARIS a =e es > ANTWERP “CHARLEROI ~ NAMUR - LIEGE ~ KREFELD [SWEET" CONNECTIONS AT PARIS ‘ea te w APO 228 U.S. ARMY 22 June 1945 A Letter To All United States Army Officers Stationed in the Brussels Area, Gentlemen: May 1 c7@ially invite you to attend the Grand Opening of the U G.Aeny: Officers Club of Brussels (formerly the Boeuf sur le Tost), 3a, Rue du Bastion (Porte de Namur), at 2030, 23 June 45. This Club will be open every night except Monday night from 2050 to 2400 to all static U.S.army Officers of the Brussels area. Club facilisies include bar service, dancing and floor show. During the first week of operation, no assessment for membership will be made, howevor effective 1 July 1945 nominal monthly dues, to be determined by Council action will be charged. The Club Council is as follows: Maj. SIDNEY 2. BOUDREAUX, Jr. aglst Ord. Bn. ......- Capt. RALPH W. LAMON, Avmy Exchange Service . Ist Lt, WILLIAM B, IVORY, Engineer Depot E-519 ..... Ist Lt. GRANT 0, NORDMARK, Belgium Leave Section . econece President seeeees Member ++ Member teeeees Custodian During the first week of operation, Officers who have beon issued Hotel Gcntral cards will be admitted, Officers who do not have Hotel Central cards but who arc eligible and desire introductory week membership may obtain cards by applying to the Office of the Headquarters Commandant, Hg. Belgium Leave Soction (119198, 119131 - Extn, 34) before 1630 Saturday, 23 unc, Each monber officer is privileged to bring one lady guest and one Allied officer gucst and his lady guest. Lady guests may be either civilian ladics or commissioned por- sonnel of Allicd Womens Services. Civilian lady guests will be admitted only if a rescrvation has been made for them prior to 1630 of the day of intended attondance. Name, address and idon- tity card number must be given to the Club Office. During the introductory weck, applications for permanont mombor- ship may be mado at tho Club. FREDERICIC-, KRASCHEL Lt-Colonel, Infantry. is STOR y ine U- 8. army 300.4/3 23 dune 1945 Letter Order Ne._53 ie SUBJEOT: ‘Travel Orders. TO: Wajor Albert F. MARTH 0-218616, TC 1. The above named Cfficer _of Hig Toth Ratiway Grand Division WP_to vaastricht(Holls 5 (and such other places on ‘on Erope operational limits of territory asgd te this Unit as may be necessary in the performance of Military Railway Service Duties), on TDY, on or about; 325 June 194! for a period not to excsed (seven ys, and upon comp! TDY will ret to proper orgn & sta. TDN. BCAA. Auth: Ltr Hg, Second MRS, file 300-4, subj: "Orders", dtd 21 Mar 45. By Order of COLONEL CRILL: pune J. H. ADAIR, Captain TC, ue 3 Adjutant. % - Raitwes Sy Rae TA RESTRICTED HEADQUARTERS TLOTH RAILVAY GRAND DIVISION APO 350, U. S, AR. 2h June 1945. I -----AWARD OF BROUZE SERVICE STAR IZ -----AVARD OF BRONZE SERVIGT STAR TIT-----A"AID OF GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL I. AWARD OF BRONZE SERVICE STAR -~ Under the provisions of paragraph 21D, (2), AR 260-10, 25 October lghh, the following officers and enlisted nen assigned and attached to this organization during the poriod of eligibility ere authorized to wear Bronze Service Star on the Biropean-Africen-siddle Faster Theater Ribton for battle donin the cenpaign ‘Ncrstern France, as established ty paragraph 3, Section VI, Gendra? Oxder No. 60, Var Deparimens, 5 Cetober 19hk, AUT Ltr, AG 200.6 OpGh, ae, Suropsan ‘Theater of Operation, APO 807, U. S. Azmys dated 31 Jamary 1915, subjs "Bastle Fartioipation Avaxds ~ Norther France Caxpaign (No. 2)": Col OTTO D. CRILL 0-536659 Capt. THOMIS N. EAGLE 0539706 It Col LLOYD 1. BRADFORD 0-208543 Caps. JACK B. BISDMNN 0-5h2332 Maj TINSTON H. GUESS 0-536233 Caps: HAROLD J. MARTIN 0-5 36683, Maj = WILLIAM, BAY 0-275792 Capt, PASCHAL E REDDING Jr 0-321349 Maj CLBIFG@l Cc, LANKFOTD 0921133 Capt. WSIDON T, RICHARDSON 0921862 ej LEST F. MAnTH 0-218616 Capt, JOIN TF. ROUSCHE 0-0 192 Maj CHARLES. PHILHOUR 0-198599 Capt. WAND L. SUEY 0530838 Capt JOHN H. ADA IR 04503179 ist Lt NUTELL F. HERRICK 0.530891 Capt FRED A. BOYER 0-535712 ist Lt ROBE 3, HOLLAND —0-1122229, Capt CHARUES R, BRESLOR 0-241306 let Lt EDVARD R. MADER O-53K7K7 Copt EVERSIT J. BRUCE 0536662 let Lt PLINEY P. PUSSER 0-532053 Capt ROBERT D. CURRY 0-539506 let It CHARLES 0. SHIFIET 0532212 Capt THOMAS A. .DONOHE O-bO71h let Lt NEELL ¥, BAYLOR 0-543533 let Lt ANDREW J. WILLOUGHBY 0.536699 W/set Howard J. Zener 35221943 M/Sgt Barnard G. Gallacher 390,635 MW/sgt John P. Nichols 6805085 w/Sgt Clerk A. Parrish 35875326 T/Set George F. Brown 39601843 1/Sgt Raymon G. Caroon 37091551 T/Sgt Kurt W. Kirsten 39216549 T/Sgt John G. Liden 37171262 T/Sgt Bugene R, Sirmons 33515902 T/Sgt Tillinn V, Skinner 37343753 S/Sgt William J. Rucinski 33298966 9/Sgt Willie T, Stultz BBBL564 Tec 3 Robert R. Adarwak 36048503 Teo 3 leroy Morris Jr 31018505 Tec 3 Richard D. Peckhen 36187935 Tec 3 Paul J. Sigafues 330777 RESTRICTED ale RESTRICTED p Fs, 710th Railvay Grand Division, APO 350, General Order No. 13, dated 24 Tune 1945 (Cont"a) Tec } Maurice H. Goarns 37310176 Theodore F. Grietsel2 36121634 Tech Jesse B. Holloway ‘3ehs9302 Lyman P, Jotnsoa 37328207 oc 4 Irving I, Mariash 39 2h 5326 Vincent R. Palosta 39392601 Tec § Poter S. Richards 35981280 Hovard W, Richardson 39131826 Ey Loynl R, Romberg 37707850 Vayne Sauer 37701337 hones J. Heil 33112026 Stanley Soft 35296625 Tonga Ly Betr 929513 Iavrence G, Estabrook 37355042 Ro’ A. Graves 392167 Frederick G. Hoeger 37575581 Arthur 3, Hoffman 3036: oe Clifford GMortonsen 39833273 Ivan G. Rice 3951300 278 George M. Sedlacko 3314094. Robert W, Sherman Elton". Saith 39342160 Frea Trenton Poter J. VanKormer — 391i,3866 Louis 2. Woelfet Leroy Alvis 38296533 Glentoa H. Erover Thilo R. Crowe 37625805 Lester W. Cebo Tovis A, G=il2 Home> om Ralph R. Kieia 3883254 Albert C, Meyor Biner S, Mitohell 3726 Bee Fle Tees X, Hissar Melvin R, Paulson 3758609 Pro Ccotl NR. Sepp Panl E. Tabes 3.712856 Pio Yit G, Ton Olio Gs Word Prt. Tudotph Dugan John. Bai IT ~ AWAP® OF BRONZE SENVICE STAR Under the provisions of paragraph 21b, (2), AR 260-10, 25 Ostobor 19lzy the following officers and cnlisted men assigned and attached to this organization during the poricd of elicthility are authorized to rear Bronze ice Stax on tho European=Aff: a le portiedpation in the canpata ‘Rainotand® as adteblished by Goncral Order Nos 33, Wax Doparimont, i May 1945, SU Yet Ina; Hoo; Huropecn Theater of Oporan Zion, 40 637, dated 9 June 1945 vo 1tr, AGZCO.6 Op, Ks. Seine Seebion, Con Z, BTOUSI, AP0 G87, subject: "Bettie Participation Credit", anted 6 June h5r Gol OftO D. GRILL 14 Col WalJ#R R. A7OSTRONG IR Lb Col LI Capt; JACKE, BISMANN Capt; HAROED J, M..TIN Capt, PASCTAL # Fad DING Jr May Capt. VETDON T, RECHTOSON Maj Capt; JON F. ROUICHE Maj Cant. BWARD L, StuiEy Vay ist Lt NWELL F. Hi Maj st Ls ROBFR? S.-FuLLND Capt sé Is EAM NT, MADER Cape Jes Lt PLINY P, PUSSER wen z » SUPT Capt fl Capt Capt Wset WSet T/set Tse 1/85 S/ set Teo 3 OBERT D. CURRY THOMAS 4. DONOHUE Howard J. Zener John P. Nichols George F, Brown Rurt U, Kirsten Bugone R, Sirmons Yiiliam J, Pucinskt Robert R. Adenaak Richard D. Peckham Maurice H. Gearns Jesse E, Hollovay Irving I. Mariash ° Peter S. Richards Loyal R. Romberg Thomas J. Hemil2 Donald L, Bair Robert A. Graves Arthur E, Hoffaan Ivan G, Rice Robert W, Shornan Fred Trenton Louis R. Toolfel Clenton H. Brower Tester W. Gebo Homer V. Helton Albert BE. Meyer Ross K, Masser Gecil R. Sepp Vit G. Ton Rudolph Dagan RESTRICTED qs, 710th Pailway Grand Division, APO 350, General Order No. 13, dated 24, June 1945 (Cont'd) 0-539506 0-4 O7HIN, 35221943 6805085 39601845 39216549 39515902 33298966 36218503, 36187935 37310376 381,59302 3915326 35861180 37707850 Baeee 35923573 39226726 38381368 39863673 3588107 326073 y20y76y.6 34831200 42028476 36671709 381,68595 3352780 36778765 39345378 35811662 Ist Lt ANDREW J. CILLOUGHBY 0.536699 Capt Pre Prt TIT ~ AWARD OF GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL -» Under the provisions of AR 600-68, the following naned enlisted men of this organization, having denonstrated fidelity through faithful and exact perfomance of duty, efficiency through capacity to producé desired re- sults, and whose beheviour hag been such as to deserve emulation, are awarded the Good Conduet Model and authorized to wear said medale ‘DISTRIBUTION: *C* Pte Pfe Pie RESTRICTED ‘THOMAS N. EAGLE 0-539706 Barnard G, Callecher a8 Glork A. Parrish 3587532 Raymond C, Caroon 37031551 John G, Liden Bribe WdlIiem V. Skinner — 3731,3753 Villien T, Stultz 388,564 leroy Morris Jr 34018505 Paul J, Sigafuss 33077746 Theodore F. Grietsell 36121634 Lynen P, Johnson 37324207 Vincent R. Palette 39392601 Hoverd 1. Richardson 39534826 Vayne Sauer 37701337 Stanley soft 35296625 lawrence ¢,Estabrook 37355042 Froderick G, Hooger 37575581 O1ifford G, Mortensen 39991273 George M. Sedlacko $31,049 Elton T: sith 39342160 Peter J, Ven Kormer 3911,9866 Leroy Alvis 35296633 Dale R. Crowe 37625805, Iouis A. Gril? 32957325 Ralph R. Wein 36899254 Hiner 8, Mitchel? —321,26979 Melvin R. Paulsom 37566096 Paul B, Tabet 39739856 Ollie C, Tard 35880952 John ". Baton 38517237 Otek Fatt OLT0 D. CRILL, Gatonety ar — 7 Py REST HEADQUARTERS: ‘TLOTH RAILPAY GRAND DIVISTON APO 350, U. 5S. ARKY. 24 June 1945. NO. td. 3) AWARD OF BRONZE SERVICE STAR --AVAFD OF BRONZE SERVICE STAR TIT-----ATAHO OF GOOD CONDUCT LEAL I. AWAPD OF BRONZE SERVICE STAR —~ Under the provisions of paragraph 21b, 2, AR 260-10, 25 October Pluk, the following officers and onl isted men asaignad and attached to this organtzation during the period of eligtoility ere authorized to wear Bronze Service Star on the 7 stem Theator Ribbon for battle participation Jn the cenpaign ‘Northern Franoo"y as‘ostablichad wy paragraph 3, Section VI, Centre? Order No, 60, Tar Depawinient, 5°Cocober 19hh. AUTIG” The, AG 200.6 Ovdh, Eas: Suopoan ‘Theater of Operation, APO 607, Us Ss Arcys dated 31 Jamary 155, subj: "Bastle Perticipatiow Avazds - Northem France Campaign (No. 2)": Gol _ OfTO D. CRITL Capt, ‘THOMAS N. RAGE 04539706 ‘Lt Gol LIOYD L, BRADFORD 9 Copé, JACK E. EISTMANN 0-542332 Maj = WINSTON H. GUESS 0-536333 Capt. HAROLD J. MARTIN 0-5 36683 Moj “WILLIAM. BAY 04275792 Capt, PASCHAL E REDDING Jr 0-321349 J CLIMWGN C. IANKFOFD 04921433 Capt. WELDON 7, RIGHATDSON 0.92)862 J ALBURT F. MARTH 0-218616 Capt, JON F. ROUMCHE 0-092. Maj. CHARLES ¥. PHILHOUR 0-198599 Capt. “WAP L, SIELTY 0530838 Capt “JOIN H. ADA IR 0-503179 ist Lt NUELL F. HERRICK 0530891 Gept FRED A. BOYER 0-595712 lst Lt ROBERTS. ROLIA ND —0-1112203, Gept CHARLES R. BRESLER 0-241306 Ist Lt EDVARD R. MADER 0-5 34747 Capt EVRIETT 3. BRUCE 0-536662 let Lt PLINEY P, PUSSER 0-532053 Cept ROBERT D. CURRY 0-539506 let Lt CHIRLES 0. SHIFIET © 0-532212 Capt THCMAS A, .DONOHTE O07, lst Lt NOVELL =. TAYLOR 333 lst Lt ANDREW J. WILLOUGHDY 0.53 M/sgt Howard J. Egner 352219h3 M/Sgt Barnard G. Gallacher 39044035 WSgt_ John P. Nichola 6805085 M/Sgt Clerk A . Parrish 35875326 T/Set George F. Brom s9sones ‘T/Set Raynond C, Carcon 37031551 ‘T/Sgt Kurt W. Kirsten 39216549 T/Sgt John G. Liden 37171262 ‘T/Sgt Bugene R, Sinmons 33515902 T/Sgt Tillien V. Skinner 37913753 S/Sgt William J. Rucinski 33298966 9/Sgt Willien T. Stultz BBBH 5 Teo 3 Robert R. Adamzok 36248503 Tec 3 leroy Morris Jr puenssng Tec 3 Richard D, Peckhan 36187935 Tec 3 Paul J. Sigafuss 530777 BESIBISTED ale RESTRICTED ge, 710th Railway Grand Division, APO 350, Goneral Order No. 13, dated ‘2h June 1945 (Cont ¥a) Tec Maurice H. Goarns 37310176 Tech Theodore F. Grictsel? 36121634 Tee h Jesse E. Hollowsy 30459302 Tec 4 Lyman P. Johnson 37320207 Tee 4 Irving I. Mariash 39115326 Tec h Vincent R. Palotte 39392601 Toc h Potor 8. Richards 35861180 Tec 4 Howard W. Richardson 3913)826 Tec Loyal R, Romberg 37707850 Tec k Wayne Sauer 37701337 Cpl Thones J, Hamill 19112026 Cpl = Stanley Skoff 352! Tec 5 Donald Ly Beir BE: 20513 Tec § Lawrence G, Estabrook 37355042 Tec 5 Frederick G. Hoeger 37575581 Toc 5 Clifford G Mortensen 39231273 Tee 5 George M. Sedlecko 331404 Tee 5 Retort A. Graves fee 5 artaur 3, Hoffman Tec 5 Ivan G. Rice Tec 5 Robert VW, Sherman Too 5 Elton". Soith 39342160 Toc 5 Fred Trenton foo 5 Poter J. Vankomer 391119866 sToc 5 Louis 2. Woelfel Pro Leroy Avis 35290693 fo Clanton H. Brover ¢Tnlo R. Crowe 37625805 Plo Lestcr WV. Gebo Pie: Louis A, Gril? Pie Honor V. Hel som 3367799 Pfo Ralph R. Kiein Pie Aiboré 6. Sleyor 58R48555 Peo Elmer S. Mitchcl? Pho Rees K, Mansor 3527308, Tec Melvin Ry Paulson Poo — Gcgil Ry Sepp 5er Pee Paul E. Tabos Pro> Yit Gj Ton 390.5978 Fre OMe Cs Word Pys. Tudotph Dugan 95811682 Pvt John. Batson IT = AWAD OF BRONZE SERVICE STAR ~~ Under the provisions of paragraph 21, (2), AR 260-10, 25 October lk, the Following officers and enlisted men assigned and attached to this orgenization during the perio’ of eligibility are authorized to reat Bronas Service Star oa the Europoan~Afficen-ii! dle Zastern Theater Ribbon for bnvslé participation in the canpaign ‘hainoland" as esteblishod by General Order Now 9. Tex Dopartmont, 1 May 1945, 10M ot Ind; Hos, furopecn Theater of Oporan Pion, APG O87, datéd 9 Tune 1945 to 1tr, AGeC0.6 Op, Is, Seine Yection, Con Z, BTOUS, £FO 687, subjects "Bettie Participation Credit", dated 6 June h5r Col ooPTo D. CAIEL 04536659 Cant; JACK ER. EISVANN 0-542392 Is Gol VAIZER R HAROWD J, MaPIN 0-436593 Is Col PASCAL B RSD DING Jr 0.32719 Nas WEXDON T, RIGATOSON 6-621862 Maj JON F.. ROUGE ‘ Maj Uaaj los Lt NWELL F. HTK Maj lat Lt ROSERY S, -ROLLND Capt 2D 2. WADER Capt Oebt Capt BESTRICTED a e e ry RESTRICTED e 7 Has, 710th Failway Grand Division, APO 350, General Order No. 13, dated 2, Tune 1945 (Cont*a) Capt ROBERT D. CURRY 0-539506 ist Lt ANDREW J, VILLOUGHBY 0536699 THOMAS A, DONOHUE O-4O7i14 Capt THOMAS N. EAGLE 0-539706 Howara J. Zener 35221943 WSgt Barnard G, Gallecher 3904/4835 John P. Nichols 6805085 W/Sgt Clark A. Parrish 35875326 George F. Brom /Sgt Raymond C. Caroon 37031551 Kurt 1. Kirsten eet John G. Liden 37171282 ‘T/Sat Eugene Ry 39515902 qWiiTion V. Skinner Villdam J. Rucinskt 9/Sgt Villian T. Stultz Robert R. Adenzak 248503 Tec 3. Leroy Morris Jr Richard D, Peokham : Tec 3 Paul J. Sigafuss Menrice H. Gears Tec h Theodore F, Grietsell Jesse E. Holloway Tec Lynen P, Johnson Irving I. Mariash * Too h Vincent R. Palette Peter S, Richards Tec k Hovard ". Richardson Loyal R. Romberg, Tec § Vayne Sauer Thomas J, Hami21 2 pl Stanley skort Donald L, Bair 3 Tec 5 Laurence G.Zstabrook Robert A. Graves 16726 Toc 5 Froderick G, Hooger Tec 5 Clifford G. Mortensen Toc § George M. Sedlacko Tec 5 Elton ©; Shith Toc 5 Petar J. Van Komer Louis R. Toelfel 6 fe Leroy Alvis Glenton H. Brewer Pfo Dalle R. Crowo lester W. Gedo iy028h76 Pre Louie A. Grit? Hauer V. Helton ; Pte Ralph R. Klein Aubert B. Meyer Pee Elmer S, Mitchel? Rose K, Musser 395278ch Pfo Melvin R. Paulsom Cecil R. Sapp Pfo Paul 3. Tabet Wt G. Tom Pe Oto C, Tara Rudolph Dugan 682 Pyt © John 7. Eaton ‘TEI ~ AVARD OF GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL ~» Under the provisions of AR 600-68, the following named enlisted men of thin onginization, having deonstrated fidelity through faithful and exact 'por?amanse of dviy, efficioncy through capacity to produce desired ro- sults, end whose bokeviour ha been «ch as io deserve emulation, are avardnd tho Good Gonfuct Model and authorize? io war said nedelr Pre b 1510790 Pte 39719056 Pie 3 30551 97h,