Caledon Mill WW2
Lord Caledon's Estate.
The British Army
Field Marshal Alexander.
Military Boundry Maps
The Caledon Home Guard
Free Belgian Army
5th Belgian Brigade
The 34th Infantry Division.
151st Field Artillery
10th Station Hospital.
109th Medical Cpy U.S.Army.
261st Med Batt U.S.Army.
2nd Infantry Division
23rd Inf Regt
2nd Medical battiloin
6th Cavalry U.S.Army
8th Infantry Division.
Tynan Camp Area
Captain Bruce Bairnsfather
Belgian Army Insignia
A route map Of the 8th Inf Div from their unit history book, it shows the order of march from the USA trough Ulster, England, and on through to Europe, to the end of the war and back home to the USA.
Aughentaine Castle, which is now gone but home to the 8th Inf Div units during 1944 were the stayed and trained.
8th Inf Div Soldier at Gortin Range Omagh.
Two Soldiers standing behind the Red Cross Centre which was The Royal Arms Hotel Omagh and is now gone.
US Soldiers standing with two British Soldiers behind the RCC Royal Arms Hotel.
8th Inf Div soldiers around the County Fermanagh area, location unknown.
A nice little book issued to the troops about the local areas in Northern Ireland.
A nice little Hankie sent home by a U.S.Soldier.
A Unit History book issued to the men after the war telling them were the 8th Inf Div traveled and fought.
A us soldier standing outside a thatched cottage in the Gortin area near Omagh.
A Policeman standing between two U.S.Soldiers at Gortin Range.
Out on the lakes rowing a nice Doll about.
You can see Gortin Range in the Background.
8th Inf Div soldiers in the Enniskillen Area.
8th Inf Div in the area of Enniskillen, check out the Wedding Cake.
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