By Leo Kessler
This is often the fourth within the fictional sequence The canine of conflict, by way of Leo Kessler. they'd taken the main impregnable citadel in Europe, confronted Stalin's cadets within the screaming inferno of the Russian entrance, and back with just a handful of survivors. They have been Hitler's elite, committed, relentless males, for whom loss of life held no worry, attack Regiment Wotan. Their subsequent project was once a lightening blow at Kursk within the very center of Soviet Russia. As they complicated around the burning steppes after the autumn of Stalingrad, the boys of Wotan chanced on the our bodies of German infantrymen, hanged, tortured, and mutilated, and so they swore they wouldn't depart Russian soil until eventually that they had taken their revenge.
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Al. 77. World War I. I" Army, 3'" Pioneer Infantry Regiment. Pfc. Olson's ME on felt patch on his cotton tunic. This patch is the same style as in Fig. 75 but with the background material removed. Fig. 76. World War I. Pfc. Charles W. Olson of Company A, 3'" Pioneer Infantry Regiment. Although his I" Army patch lacks the horizontal artillery shell, the "US 3" collar disk is evident. 33 United States Army Shoulder Patches and Related Insignia Fig. 8I. World War I. I" Army, unknown unit. The 147 1h Field Artillery Fig.
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Figs. 16. World War II. ME on khaki twill. 53 United States Army Shoulder Patches and Related Insignia Fig. 17. World War II. ME on olive drab twill. Fig. 18. World War II. ME on herring bone twill. Fig. 19. World War [1. FE. Square corner variation. 54 Armies Fig. I. World War I. Two unidentified Artillery Lieutenants from the 3"' Army. The 3"' United States Army was not formally organized until November 15, 1918, and as such never took place in any combat operations. It was, however, employed as the American element of the Allied Army of Occupation in the Rhineland area of Gennany.