Daughter of an Engineer William (nmi) Carr in the 291st Co B Combat Engineers Hello Everone!
#31

On 6-12-2017 at 8:48 PM, Walt's Daughter said:

I merged your two topics, for it was a bit confusing having two related ones going on at the same time.  ;)


Makes it a lot easier :). Will go throught it again

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#32

hello frank


 Yes on his VA file   it shows in there where he was at..ardennes colmar pocket bob were the 3 main ones


 


mm interestin bout the 75th  i wonder  why that was in there & even  have col perkins on some of the paper work 


have to go back & re read   paper work agin

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#33

4 hours ago, juskitty said:

hello frank


 Yes on his VA file   it shows in there where he was at..ardennes colmar pocket bob were the 3 main ones


 


mm interestin bout the 75th  i wonder  why that was in there & even  have col perkins on some of the paper work 


have to go back & re read   paper work agin


Please let us know about it, would be very helpful ;)  

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#34

i sure will i'll be pulling the back out today..


i sorry bout all the confusion But I meant well! Im just tryin to  


be more informed of the unit an im slowly re-learning bout  it all \Now i have them books & they will be more insightful on actual  actions.. first one im reading is first across the rhine

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#35

On 11/27/2017 at 12:49 PM, juskitty said:

hello  Frank


this is the service medals i recieved several years back on my  dad since i was only child  & a replacement flag


.Ok with further reading i have found that  :The 291st Engineer Combat Battalion was one of the most decorated engineer combat battalions of the United States Army during World War II,[1] playing notable roles both in the Battle of Bulge and the Rhine crossing at Remagen.


And Still researching 


Thank you Sir


kitty


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Check out documentation on the collapse of the Ludendoroff Bridge at Remagen. My father was there with the 1058th PC & R Group and was attached at times to the 291st engineers who were also there. Lots of info out there about 291st. I hired a researcher and he did an excellent job retrieving unit  morning reports stating where they were and when.  Good hunting!

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