725th Railway Operating Battalion Christmas Card and pin

757th Railway Shop Battalion - Henry Brill

Fantastic photos and discharge papers from Henry Brill 757th Railway Shop Battalion sent to us by his son, Bruce.

From Bruce : A word about my dad (that's not in the attached docs)... His both parents were immigrants from Europe (father from Germany and mother from Hungary). A combination of Yiddish and German was spoken at their home and I believe that his knowledge of spoken German came in handy during WWII, especially when the RSB (Railway Shop Battalion) set up operations in Kassel, Germany in 1945. According to Dave Kaufman, they had over 4000 German employees working at their plant while under the RSB.
My dad had two sets of dogtags: one with an "H" indicating Jewish; a second set with a "P," Protestant, while in conflict with the Germans in case he'd fall into their hands.

Thanks -Bruce !

763rd Railway Shop Battalion 1943-1946- Jack Randazzo

Fantastic photos of Pfc Jack Randazzo of the 763rd Railway Shop Battalion 1943-1946 sent to us by his son, Robert-Thanks

*Also discharge and separation papers scans

Fantastic photos of Pfc Jack Randazzo of the 763rd Railway Shop Battalion 1943-1946 sent to us by his son, Robert-Thanks
*Also discharge and separation papers scans