American Infantrymen pause to rest en route to front lines, beyond Malmedy, Belgium on December 29, 1944. Left to right, Sgt. Lyle Greene, Rochester, Minnesota, S/Sgt. Joseph DeMott, Greenwood, Ind., and Pfc. Fred Mozzoni, Chicago, Illinois.
Troops Pausing for a Rest, 1944
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