One of the most historically useful decisions made during World War II was to create Information and Historical (I & H) units to conduct combat interviews of survivors shortly after actual events. The 110 or so combat interviews of the 7th Armored Division are preserved at the National Archives in Record Group 407 (Adjutant General). This book contains six interviews, the March 1945 7AD After Action Report, and photos and maps, covering 7AD in support of the Remagen Bridgehead, in the encirclement of the Ruhr Pocket, and in the seizing of the Edersee Dam.Über den Autor:
Wesley Johnston's search for his father's WWII experiences expanded to include all of 7th Armored Division. He is now the Historian for the 7th Armored Division Association and Founding President of the American WWII Association Historians Consortium. He holds Master's degrees in History and Mathematics.
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