Infantrymen of US 94th Division,301st Regiment destroy a German roadblock in Oberleuken,Germany during World War II.
Infantrymen of US 94th Division, 301st Regiment advance in Oberleuken, Germany during World War 2. Infantrymen advance along a road. A German roadblock destroyed by explosions. Soldiers clear debris after destroying the roadblock. Soldiers use minesweepers over the area. Tanks and infantrymen pass after clearing of road. Detonation wire set into place. ( Note: The final column of Shermans are worth noting as they are M4A2 dry stowage tanks received from the British as evidenced by the "T" numbers visible on a number of the tanks in the clip and British spare track stowage. The tanks are fitted with US radios, as evidenced by the antenna.) Location: Oberleuken Germany. Date: February 20, 1945.
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