This group of soldiers who debarked from a transport drink from mugs of coffee and munch doughnuts on a troop train en route to their station in England, March 15, 1944. From left: Sgt. J.A. Michalski, Detroit, Michigan; Sgt. Roger E. Sebring, Scranton, PA.; Sgt. O.C. Parson, Cleveland, Ohio; Sgt. Jack Ehmke, Angola, New York; Sgt. P. Kreitszberg, New York; Sgt. Leonard Catton, Union City, New Jersey; and Sgt. Walter R. Van Liuit, Cleveland, Ohio.
Coffee and Doughnuts on a Train, 1944
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