Neuss

Street by street the American soldiers penetrated trough the city of Neuss during Operation Grenade in March 1945.
Then image: ?
Now image: www.NOWstalgia.EU / Cor Sleutel

Rheinberg (3)

Amercan Soldiers clearing the city center of the city of Rheinberg after the battle for the city in March 1945.
Then image: ?
Now image: www.NOWstalgia.EU / Cor Sleutel

Ringelenberg

Infantry and tanks moving through Ringelenberg (not Brunen as mentioned in the original text) around March 1945. (very difficult shot)
Then image: National Army Museum / NAM. 1975-03-63-21-215
Now image: www.NOWstalgia.EU / Cor Sleutel (9 June 2019)

Aalst – Irish Guards (9)

The people of Aalst welcomes army units of the Irish Guards, 18 November 1944.
Then image: ?
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Rheinberg (2) – Winterswick

A German SP assault gun (Sturmgeschütz) damaged by fire in Winterswick during the battle for bloody Rheinberg around March 1945.
Then image: https://www.8th-armored.org
Now image: www.NOWstalgia.EU / Cor Sleutel

Kamp Lintfort (1)

American soldiers of the 35th Infantry Division march past the body of an fallen German soldier in Kamp-Lintfort, 1945.
Then image: ?
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Rheinberg (1)

American tank destroyers of the 8th Armored Division of the Ninth U.S. Army line a street of Rheinberg, Germany. 6 March, 1945.
Note: See the Feind hort mit or the Enemy is listening sign on the advertising column,
Then image: US Signal Corps / SC 335575
Now image: www.NOWstalgia.EU / Cor Sleutel

Rath Anhoven

M5 Stuart tank from the 102nd Infantry division not in Rheindahlen, but in the city of Rath-Anhoven, Germany 1945 during operation Grenade.
Then image: US Signal Corps / SC 335567
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Maiori (4)

Under Construction
Then image: ?
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Maiori (3)

US soldier in a temporary hospital setup in the church of San Dominico in Maori in 1943 during operation Avalanche the landing on the beaches near Salerno and the Amalfi Coast.
Then image: Robert Capa (used for educational purposes / no commercial use).
Now image: www.NOWstalgia.EU / Cor Sleutel