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757th Tank Battalion

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Here's a newspaper article sent to me by John Morris:

 

My dad was a member of the 757 tank battalion, he kept this in his stuff along with his broken duck. I hope you find this useful.

757th Tank Bn.pdf

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After action report, 757th Tank Battalion, Feb 44-Jan 45, Apr-May & July 45.

 

http://cgsc.cdmhost.com/cdm/singleitem/collection/p4013coll8/id/3432/rec/7

 

 

Operations of the 757th Tank Battalion, Italian campaign, November 1943-June 1945.

 

 

http://cgsc.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/singleitem/collection/p124201coll2/id/304/rec/15

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Can anyone help me understand the command relationship of the 757th Tank Battalion? My late grandfather, Technician Five Don Williams, was in that Battalion. I cannot find a connection between that Bn and Combat Engineers or understand who there parent command was.

Standing by, 

CW5 Rik Cox

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Some units do not have DIRECT ties to the engineers here, per se, but we feature units who fought along in the same theater of action. In this case the 5th Army in Italy. 

If you haven't already, you should read another post in the forum regarding the 757th. This will give you an idea of their lineage and the units they fought with.

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