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Photograph of Infantrymen at the Bronze Monument to Auguste Barholdi
Photograph of Infantrymen at the Bronze Monument to Auguste Barholdi
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Original caption: Colmar, France, birthplace of the creator of the Statue of Liberty, is liberated by the advancing Seventh Army. Here, three Yank Infantrymen, whose last glimpse of the United States may have been at his statue, look at the bronze monument to Auguste Bartholdi, the sculptor. (28th Infantry Division) 2/3/45
Photographs of American Military Activities
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03/02/1945
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The U.S. National Archives
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