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1.)  Oper. of the 605th TD Bn, In the Crossing of the Roer River.  Feb. 14 to Mar. 17, 1945 - 34 Page document written as part of the Advanced Infantry Officers Course of Fort Benning Infantry School.  Author Maj. Vincent C. Guerin, Battalion S-3 (Operations) Officer. Includes 2 maps, overlays were omitted due to readability.

2.)  After Action Reports - from the Combined Arms Research Library of the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

                Apr. 1 to 30, 1945................................................7 Pages

3.)  Miscellaneous Documents-from the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum and Boyhood Home, Abilene, Kansas.

               Period Report, Medical Detach., 1941-1945...............4 Pages

               Trans of TD Bn's to Camp Hood, July 17, 1942..........2 Pages

4.)  Unit History - A brief history of the unit, dated July 1, 1945, while in Pfungstadt, Germany.  Booklet has a listing of staff officers, a few photos, a map with the path of the unit through Europe, a list of those that were killed or wounded and a song specific to the 605th.  There is also a roster which includes HQ, A, B and C Companies. Provided courtesy of Craig S. Garsed with additional pages from Raymond Carlin.

5.)  Company "C" In the ETO - A three page history beginning on November 1944, and ending in June of 1945. Provided courtesy of Warren McCormack.

6.)  Company "C" Record of Events - A seven page diary-style document writen by Pfc Joseph F. McCormack. Provided courtesy of Warren McCormack.  

7.)  Roster of Men - Includes Headquarters, A, B and C Companies.  The Reconnaissance Company is missing. Provided courtesy of Matthew S. Lynn.

8.)  B Company Group Photo - The image has no date but Capt. William G. Garsed is identified as the Commanding Officer at the bottom.  Capt. Garsed would also command C Company, at some later date.  Photo courtesy of Kathleen Sadilek Moburg.

9.)  HQ Company Group Photo - Capt. Howard W. Freck is identified as the Commanding Officer at the bottom. Photo courtesy of Paul Stevens.

10.) Photo Gallery

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