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The high tension wires in photo 1, start on the other side of Autobahn 5 and continue onto the installation. I used to attend football practice under them in the s while living in Heidelberg as a dependent Freddie Johnson.

I assume this photo was taken in Germany and hope that someone can ID the building in the background 2nd pic.

Question: Who can provide details on the location of this photo? The building gained an additional floor to the staircase projection in the years that followed this photo.

Conn was a Luftwaffe base and built in the mid 30s. It played a big part in the air defense of Schweinfurt, Wurzburg and this part of Bavaria. By the time I was there it was mostly Hueys, not 'planes that were based there.

Alex Sutherland. Could be a town somewhere near Wertheim. Walter Elkins, webmaster. The mystery is the tractor unit seen in the front in the picture.

Question: Who can provide details on the tractor unit - Ford or other manufacturer? I don't believe this is a US kaserne - it might be a British or French post.

The buildings - front row, left to right - are , and The long building in the back is For comparison, here is a section of Bill Oakley's photo of the same area of Ferris.

The only information provided is that the photo was taken in or around Karlsruhe. Question: Who can identify the location?

Photo 68 Source: Webmaster's collection Known Information: There was no information supplied along with the slide shown above.

It is a WWII-era German kaserne and looks to be used by one of the Occupation forces as a military barracks or a dependent housing area.

Question: Who can provide details on where in Germany this facility was located? Was it a US kaserne? Best wishes,. Thanks for all your hard work on a really nice site.

Harold Varney. By the way, I used to work in the I. Absolutely fascinating place. The continuously moving Paternoster elevators were a constant source of amusement.

We'd have people drive all the way from Fulda just to ride those things! Your could almost hear the ghosts of all the soldiers that served in that building from on still going about their business.

I had the chance to take the family back to Frankfurt and drive around our old 'haunts' when we went back for a second tour in the mid's I was stationed in Hanau at the time.

It was sad to see what had happened to Drake Kaserne and the old Edwards Housing area. I really wanted to take them into the old Abrams Building, but by that time it was off limits to Americans.

Virtually all the old US facilities in Frankfurt had been turned over to the Germans and many of them stood empty and vandalized. The old PX complex had been torn down to make way for, I believe, a German police facility.

Brian Haren Response 2: My old stamping grounds. Farben Bldg in Frankfurt. I do not remember with which division we rotated.

Drake at the time became Hq 3rd Armored Div. Regarding the antenna on top of the bldg. While I was stationed there the mast remained subject to many speculations.

Annotated image. I strongly believe the photograph was taken near Enkenbach. On the right hand side, behind the trees, you can see the "Autobahn" A 6.

Sebastian is a frequent contributor to usarmygermany. The photo shows Nellingen Airfield near Stuttgart. You can see four hangars. Behind them is the old fire station with two garages.

The hangars were south of the barracks on the southern side of the installation. Florian Retsch, Germany Response 2: Florian is right.

Great photo! The US Army rebuilt the airfield and a helicopter hangar and tower about a mile northeast.

Go to the book Helicopters of the 3rd Reich and you can find pictures of these hangars with US and Luftwaffe aircraft there in It was a stop over for German aircraft headed for the US and England.

David Guilliams. Question: Which kaserne or training area are we looking at? Response: 1 This is just speculation: the photo might have been taken at Grafenwoehr Training Area's Gate 2, which lies in the German community of "Tanzfleck".

Now it is the main gate of the "Südlager" and looks totally different. The gate at Tanzfleck is and has always been Gate 4.

Photo 2 Source: Author's collection Known Information: photo is from 's; location is most likely the football field at Coleman Kaserne, Gelnhausen; the Home team, the Warriors, are behind Question: Who are the "Warriors" a unit team probably and can anybody identify the year that the photo was taken?

Responses: 1 The 12th Infantry Regiment, with home station in Gelnhausen, in the early s, were known as the "Warriors.

My building was the one directly behind the post chapel. I do not recall there ever being a football game in the 35 months that I was stationed there and I don't remember the score board either.

One of Mr. Question: Who can identify the kaserne and, possibly, provide more details? The location of Panzer Kaserne is shown on the map on your website for installations in north Munich.

I am unable to find much historical information relative to the Panzer Will Kaserne. Would appreciate any historical information about Will Kaserne anyone could send, and desire a possible confirmation of these photos from anyone who served a postwar assignment at Will Kaserne.

They do show a Munich barracks that is named Fürst-Wrede-Kaserne today. It was built for a pre-war antitank unit of the German Wehrmacht, Panzerabwehrabteilung 7, and later named Verdun-Kaserne.

It is now the medical academy of the German forces Sanitätsakademie der Bundeswehr. Next to the two barracks was a large training ground known as the "Panzerwiese".

Maybe that is why US soldiers called the barracks "Panzerkaserne" as this was never its name Question: Who can identify the complex and provide more details?

There were some wartime industrial production operations at the McGraw Kaserne complex. There were some German military units responsible for the development, production, and testing of military textile items and clothing.

The building still exists but there are rumors that something new will be built on that area. When I find the chance, I will take a current picture to submit to you.

I hope I have supported you with my information. Klaus Hinkelmann, München, Germany. This is the first post-WW II issue.

Question: Who can provide confirmation or details on which building this might be? Response 1: That is Patch Barracks, yes. There were about five bldgs.

All had basements for storage and snack bars AYO , profits for little league and Pop Warner style football teams, for the dependent "brats.

Company, AG Printing Plant, Response 2: I was looking at your mystery photos and saw photo 5 and recognized the building, as I work next to it.

I've attached two photos taken of the building this past Friday April Please let me know if you have any other photos of Patch back in the s.

LTC David S. Question: Who can provide confirmation or details on time period, organization of the unit s who wore this crest?

Keep up the excellent work on this site Roberta Sanders. Photo 7 Source: author's collection Known Information: from comments written on back of the photo, this is a photo taken of the IG Farben Building in Question: Who can provide information on the antenna visible on the roof of the Farben Building?

What type of communications is it used for and which unit would have been using it at that time in Frankfurt? I have many pictures of various types of antennas used by signal units in germany through the years but never seen anything like this one.

Response 1: T he antenna atop the I. Farben Building. I am a ham radio operator and that antenna looks very much like what we call a cubic quad antenna.

It is a directional HF high frequency antenna. Since HF was very much a primary means of command and control communications back when the picture was taken I'm guessing sometime in the early 's it would make sense that they were using this type of antenna.

Photo 8 Source: author's collection Known Information: only know that this is Nellingen Post and possibly late s. Could this be Post Headquarters?

The pic. I was there Your looking North, and when I was there the two other bldgs. I was in the 93rd Engr. Jerry McGinnis.

Photo 9 Source: author's collection Known Information: only know that this was probably taken in Question: Who can provide confirmation or details on which kaserne this might be?

Responses: The license plate that appears on the front of the Army ambulance is correct for at least, which helps confirm the date of the photo as - same as the others in the batch where you found it.

They were black-on-white, or a very dark color on a light background I haven't seen a color photo from those years!

The letter P as a prefix in the serial number designates a truck under 1 ton in weight. Thank you for this historic almanach. The picture nr.

It shows the motor pool area located on the north side of the barracks. Photo 10 Source: author's collection Known Information: This aerial photo came along with a pamphlet distributed on occasion of the 5th Anniversary of the Rhine Ordnance Depot, May I do not believe that this is "ROD" which later became known as Rhein Ordnance Barracks and is located in the western end of Kaiserslautern.

However, I do believe the photo is a period photo and shows an American kaserne in southern Germany. Question: Who can ID this kaserne or location and provide details?

Responses: There are two casernes shown on this picture. They are in Esslingen am Neckar. In the foreground you have the Funker-Kaserne and in the background the Kaserne named Becelaerekaserne.

The Funker - Kaserne is a typical WH kaserne layed out in a U-shape and was constructed in the 's. The Becelaere Kaserne is an older type of Kaserne and may have been built in the beginning of th century.

So that's all i know about the picture. Location of kasernes Ralf Beck, Germany. Photo 11 Source: author's collection Known Information: This photo was found among several other photos from a visit to the former Dachau Concentration Camp around My guess is that it shows part of the Dachau Kaserne, a US Army installation adjacent to the former concentration camp.

Responses: This photo was taken from the second or third floor window of Eastman Barracks looking towards the former concentration camp.

I was housed to the right off the picture. I was a military brat and was there in and part of At the time Eastman was the home of the 37th Arty commanded by Lt.

Harry Walters. Behind Eastman toward the ball field was covered with underground tunnels and bunkers. We lived in the last big house on the left side of the main street entering the main gate and turning right Ave of SS.

At the time the concentration camp was full of DP's and not a very safe place to hang out. Camp Dachau was just what a young boy needed for adventure and the place was left pretty much as the Germans left it.

The corners of our home were still decorated with SS insignia. The fenced in area in the middle of the photo with the visible motor pool was taken over in with most parts of the barracks by the Bavarian police and houses the 6th Abteilung of the Bavarian Riot Police until today.

Photo 12 Source: author's collection Known Information: This photo was probably taken in Munich or Bad Toelz in the mid to early timeframe.

Photo 13 Source: author's collection Known Information: I am trying to find out where this photo was taken - it shows a US Army ambulance car attached to a German DB dining car at an unidentified German train station.

Question: Who can ID the Bahnhof and maybe provide some details on the hospital train that used these type of ambulance cars?

To read all the posts in reference to the photo, click here. If you were stationed at Orleans or passed through there frequently, maybe you can provide some additional details?

Would love to hear from you. Photo 14 Source: author's collection Known Information: This wonderful aerial photo was taken by a US Army fixed-wing aircraft on or about May 17, Five years after the end of WWII, this part of town still shows the ravages of war.

Question: Who can ID the part of Stuttgart this aerial photo shows? Maybe some of our German friends can help us out on this one? The 'U' shaped building at the bottom left of the photo is the Altes Waisenhaus.

This view is looking almost due south. At the top of the picture is Alt-Katholische Kirche St. Question: Who can ID the medical clinic?

This photo isn't a clinic, it is the Saumur Signal Depot, near Saumur; this chateau in the first picture is in Warrains, where troops were billeted.

Signal equipment and supplies were stored in caves, in this area. This picture belongs in the COMZ section. The second photo is at the same place, it is "The quadrangle.

You can see the chateau -- the small building which is at the back of the French flag. This building may well have been used as a medical clinic for surrounding US military facilities, but it's too long ago and I'm not sure.

The post at Varrains shown in the photos was not the main Saumur Signal depot, it was only a small annex used as a communication center situated a dozen or so miles away from the depot.

The main depot itself occupied a rather large real estate. Peterson, Signal Corps. In reference to Yves Bardet's mention that signal equipment and supplies were stored in caves in this area, I remember that a very small quantity of equipment was stored in only one cave.

All the sandstone required to build the castles along the banks of the Loire river and farther afield was extracted from this region and resulted in a vast network of caves, some of which were located under the Varrains annex.

One morning in , a storage building located to the right of the Filloid building seen at the right in the foreground of photo 15 had sunk due to subsidence caused by a cave under it.

The roof of the building was down at ground level. I was subsequently ordered to conduct a survey and to produce a map of the cave network under the annex.

Nothing was ever stored in caves after this incident. Regarding the Filloid building, my only recollection is that it was based on prefabricated steel elements that allowed fast erection of a truss-free and central-support-free semi-permanent building in the field.

The principal characteristic of this kind of construction is that it was not temporary and was also relocatable. John Trouve. Building in picture is designated Building 3 EM Billets.

Photo was part of a lot that included pictures of Fritzlar Air Base in Could indicate that the kaserne was near there.

Question: Who can ID the kaserne? Left in the picture is the entrance to one of the buildings of the company; the building right next to it is the mess hall - indicated by the clock tower.

I have attached three photos from my father taken in Regensburg and dated They resemble the Pioneer Kaserne photos on your website.

Notations on the photos indicate that, at the time, the buildings housed the Headquarters Reserve Command of the 4th Armored Division as well as billets.

I would appreciate if you or someone else could confirm if they are the Pioneer Kaserne. Responses: Concerning the images for Mystery Photo 17 I have never seen any military building in Regensburg showing that structure of doors in combination with the arrangement of windows.

I think I know all military installations of Regensburg but cannot see where the pictures could have been taken.

Kai Reichardt, Germany. Photo 18 Source: Germany Known Information: Shown here is a section of an aerial photo of the Griesheim Airfield probably from the early s.

Of interest here are the three areas on the northwestern side of the airfield that are surrounded by perimeter fences. And 3, don't have a clue.

Question: Who can provide details on these facilities? It looks like Pirmasens, but need confirmation.

Question: Who can provide details on this AAF? Highlighted area shows the support posts as seen through the bubble cockpit of an OH for the control tower which was mounted on a platform on the northern end of the large hangar.

See corresponding Mystery Photo 17A. This photo from the mids taken approximately in the same time period as our Mystery Photo 17B shows the hangars at Pirmasens from the street side.

A close study of this photo definitely shows enough similarities with the Mystery photo to prove that we are dealing with the same hangar.

The photo is from the son of a veteran who served with the st Engineer Company Heavy Equipment. This unit was stationed in Kaiserslautern and then moved to Karlsruhe.

Question: Who can provide details on this installation? Picture taken from the now post office overlooking what's now the Daenner Sportsfield.

The large building to the left is a motor pool. The building straight ahead past the vehicle staging area is currently being renovated. Phil Newton.

Track appears to be an M self-propelled howitzer. It is passing a military installation - possibly a dependent housing area.

Could be Frankfurt? Response 1: With regards to your mystery photo number 21 posted today , I believe that this is not Frankfurt but the nearby town of Hanau.

The buildings on the left are not dependent housing but barrack units in Pioneer Kaserne. The bottom one of the row had the base library. One of the other barracks buildings housed the base dispensary.

How do I know? Well, my Dad was stationed in Hanau in the s. Furthermore, this was in Hanau - Wolfgang. As said, the first one on the right housed the library.

The middle one housed the dispensary. The barrack to the right of the traffic is post - war US Army construction. The truck with the lights on is almost directly in front of Hanau Elementary School out of shot to the right, across the road.

The dependents' Housing Area was to the right as well, across the road from Pioneer Kaserne and downwards from where this photo was taken.

The area was called Sportfield Housing Area, I recall. The main gate was between the three barracks on the left and the barrack building behind the traffic.

This was, I recall, also dependent housing. The gas station was right across from the main gate. The SP howistzer is travelling towards Hanau city center.

Click here to see the results. Pictured is the motor park of a 90mm AAA gun battalion. City and kaserne are unknown. Responses: I'm prettty sure I know where Mystery photo 22 is.

It's the old TMP2 in Worms. I used to work in Worms in the early 80s and by then there were no tactical units in Worms, so the TMP was turned into the auto crafts shop.

The maintenance building is according to the map you have on Worms and was still there last time I was in Worms 6 months ago.

The Germans have since straightened the B9 highway right through the old motor pool and the other TMP6 which is north of where the picture is. The church at the bottom left is the Liebfrauenkirche and is still surrounded by that vinyard which is even bigger now than it was then.

The road on the bottom right is the old B9 and the rail tracks are still there, leading to the harbor area on the Rhine. Pictured is the motor park of a 8-inch towed howitzer battalion.

Across the road top of photo is a HAWK tactical site. Pictured is a motor park of an mm SP gun unit and a shop area. Response 1: I have figured out where photo 24 is.

Its Rivers Barracks in Giessen. A quick look at the 42nd FA Bde page showed buildings like the one in the top right of the picture and the map Rivers Bks, Giessen Page on your site is exactly the right shape.

Also, the building on the top left is obviously a chapel - we had one just like it on Taylor Bks Mannheim where I have also worked - and the map also shows that building as a chapel so that should be conclusive enough.

Mystery picture 24 was taken at R ivers Barracks, Giessen. Six of the "atomic cannons" are visible in this very interesting photo.

Response 1: Initial observations by Bill Terry th FA Battalion : I have made the following observations and probably more questions.

The six mm guns indicate a Battalion. The white markings on the fork tips of the T10's are strange. Never saw those before. Also, doesn't seem to be enough support vehicles trucks, etc for a Battalion.

But the ammo trucks are probably in an ammo dump. Guns are parked haphazardly which is very unlikely for a TOE Battalion.

Also the presence of a M55 SP gun throws this picture way off. Perhaps a receiving or shipping Ordnance unit? Photo 26 Source: Alain Dailloux, France Known Information: A small motor pool is visible - might be a field artillery unit as several M8A1 high speed tractors can been seen.

The trucks appear to be ton M's. Alain says the photo was taken in and thinks it could be Schwaebisch Hall?

There is also a mm atomic cannon visible. Photo probably taken in the s. I thought I recognized the curved-type long building, and checked through the overhead maps of Kasernes I have visited during my time in Germany.

That is a much older photo, but I kept coming back to the covered entry way in the corner, and was able to match it up with Pinder.

See map and photos from Ord. Co Website. Marco Horl. Location and time frame of photo are unknown.

Google Maps link. Facility appears to be a former air base with hangars and an airfield tower. Response 1: The photo shows Nellingen Airfield near Stuttgart.

Facility appears to be a moto vehicle park with a shop area. Movie theater? Response: The aerial photo shows the motor park at Anderson Barracks, Dexheim - probably late s.

I recently found a nice aerial of the Dexheim cantonment just after construction was completed. The motor park is clearly visible on the right hand side of the photo.

See photo on the Bad Kreuznach Page , Kaserne section. Photographer was a member of the th MP Bn and stationed in Kornwestheim. Two closest airfields were Echterdingen and Pattonville Ludwigsburg.

Don't believe this photo is any one of those two.

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I recognize the tower in the background - it is the tower of Ludwig Ludwigsturm on the Ludwigshöhe, just a few hundred yards southeast of CFK.

Maximilian Compani, Germany. The 47th arrived in Germany in November The building in the back is most likely part of a US Army hospital plant in Germany.

But where? Question: Who can identify the hospital plant? Response: Webmaster Note: believe this is a record for the Mystery Photos - same day the photo was posted, I had two definitive answers.

Response 1: You will never guess where I was today - in that building! It's where the Tehran embassy hostages were taken after they were released At least the parts I can see are very close to it.

Compare the canopy over the center entrance and the pattern of the windows. It was later enclosed to the appearance in the pic.

Figured this out when counting windows for length and realized there was some discrepancy. That and knowing how flaky 40 year old memories are.

Mike Lehman. Photo 43 Source: Webmaster's personal collection Known Information: A formation of 4th Armored Division soldiers in front of their headquarters building on an unidentified kaserne.

I believe the installation is McKee Barracks in Crailsheim. The 4th Armored Division Support Command was stationed at this post.

We could be looking at HHC personnel. Question: Who can help identify the location of this kaserne? Response: Found a similar photo in my collection.

The troops are standing in front of the CC "C" headquarters building. The picture - undated - is probably from Walter Elkins webmaster, usarmygermany.

Question: Who can help identify the location of this intersection in Munich? Visible in the photo is the Munich streetcar on the "4" Line.

Source: www. Response: I found your website, while researching the former US facilities in Munich. A great website!!!

Unfortunately there is little to no information about the housing area at Rockefeller Strasse, Neuherberg Strasse and Morsering on the Internet.

But I found your picture 44 and I could located the place it was taken. Question: Who can help identify the kaserne in these photos?

So, this installation is probably somewhere in Pathfinder country. Response: Received a response to these photos from Augsburg.

The photos were taken in Augsburg, at Sheridan Kaserne. They also had one at Gablingen Kaserne. Photo 45A: The building on the far left of the photo was a vehicle maintenance shop Bldg The buildling with the tower on the right was an enlisted men's barracks Bldg Photo 45B: the building on the left in the background is the former Bldg On the right is Bldg , one of two chapels on Sheridan.

This building was later used for a fifferent purpose and the tower was modified. In the center is the jump tower.

Max Lohrmann Amerika in Augsburg Association. Photo 46 Source: Webmaster's personal collection Known Information: Except for the approximate time frame early to mids based on the vintage of the vehicles in the photo, little is known about the location of this US Army military installation in Germany.

The building in the top left hand corner is the Gym, and the building on center top, to the immediate right of the flag pole is the former "Italian Restaurant".

Through the years there were at least 2 add-ons to that building. The picture was taken out of the building that housed the Friedberg Dental Clinic in , while I was stationed there.

The location of the reviewing stand is unchanged. Thank you for this great website Erik Lohof. However, two indicators that might help ID the location: 1 military police sedans in the parking lot would indicate that a military police station was located in the building or nearby; 2 the unique architecture of the front of the barracks building.

Not typical of most kasernes occupied by the US Army in southern Germany. Question: Who can help identify the kaserne in this photo?

Response: I think mystery photo 47 was taken in Hanau at Pioneer Ksn. I enclose a photo from that shows the same building - Bldg 1.

Markus Ruehl. Mickey's father served with the Labor Service from Photo is from April Photo 45B is a photo showing the entrance to the mess hall building.

The building also housed the PX, Special Services Library and possibly other recreational activities. There were several kasernes occupied by US Army troops in Regensburg in the s.

Unfortunately, I have found no photos that match up with this mess hall so I am not sure which kaserne in Regensburg this is. Question: Who can help identify the 11th Constabulary Regiment kaserne in this photo?

Response 1: Mystery photo 49 in Regensburg is the former Bajuwaren Kaserne on Bajuwarenstrasse just south of Pioneer and Leopold kasernes. The building shown in the two photos was used as a mess hall by the German Army Bundeswehr.

See attached Photo Michael Legner. The former mess hall on Bajuwarenkaserne, Regensburg. Response 2: While checking out the site, I saw the photos under B barracks is just to the left in the background.

In a previous photo that I sent, you can see two MP's entering the kitchen thru a side entrance. Right across from the front entrance to B Co.

Bill Beumer. Photo 50 Source: Webmaster's personal collection Known Information: A six-cannon salute is fired at an unknown kaserne in Germany.

Original though missing its original back pins. Photo 52 Source: Webmaster's personal collection Known Information: This slide is from a set that belonged to a former member of a transportation company attached to the th Trans Bn.

The soldier was stationed at Henry Kaserne in Munich in the mids. Question: Who can help identify the location and type of facility shown in this image?

Response: Wow! This photo shows the commissary entrance in Augsburg. Behind the commissary you can see three buildings from the Centerville Housing Area.

The commissary has been demolished, but Centerville and some buildings on QM still exist. Daniel Anzaldua. Most of them showed Armed Forces Day activities in and around Würzburg.

The hangar Bldg 69 in the background should provide some indication of the kaserne we are looking for here.

Unfortunately, there are no unit markings visible on the equipment and vehicles in the photo. That would have helped narrow it down further.

Response: I have the solution to Mystery Photo It's Wiesbaden Air Base. Building 69 is on your map of the base, it's the one that's furthest to the left, south of the runway.

The picture was obviously taken outside Building 62, Building 60 is also in the picture. I only took a second look at the photo because the Mystery Photo involving Garmisch was solved and thought it looked like one of the hangars in Wiesbaden and walked over to the hangar to double check.

The troops in the picture are wearing the 7th Army patch which is consistant with the AAA unit that used to be stationed there which was the 63rd AAA Bn who also wore the 7th Army patch.

Problem is, I can't figure out where in Berchtesgaden this photo was taken. I am thinking somewhere near the Berchtesgadener Hof, one of the hotels used by US military and their families.

Question: Who can help identify the location of this photo? Response: I live in Berchtesgaden, so I may be able to help you with photo The former PX and Cinema have largely been remodeled in the last 10 Years.

Your Site is a great great source of picture from my hometown, thank you very much for this! Photo 55 Source: Webmaster's personal collection Known Information: These photos were included in a lot of personal photos belonging to a former member of the 6th Ordnance Battalion who was stationed in Salzburg, Austria.

His work place was at Camp Klessheim but it appears his billets were located at one of the local kasernes camps. Question: Who can help identify the location of this installation?

Photo is from the late s early s. Response: The Mystery picture left was taken from the southern end of the Loisach bridge that separates Artillery Kaserne from Sheridan Kaserne in Garmisch.

The photographer was facing South and captured, in addition to the US Bus Stop sign, a small part of Sheridan Kaserne building on the left. Carsten Kattau from Germany had occasion to visit Garmisch recently and found the spot where the original photo was taken from.

Possibly Hohenfels? Response: The picture 57B , in your unidentified photos, is Camp Albertshof, Hohenfels, Germany which is the training area.

In the back you can see the tank trail up over that little mountain. All units inbound to the training area coming from the railhead in Parsberg would have to come from that direction.

Those billets housed all the soldiers until it was time to launch out into the maneuver area. But about a block down to the right was where the snack bar was located.

It is exactly 8 buildings as it shows on the right and 5 on the left when I look at my old map of this training area. Immediately to the right would be Post HQs and to the left the new elementary school and PX parking lot.

Across the street to the upper right in this pic is a long light colored building which is the present day medical facility. Joseph Eble. Can be assumed to be US military installation in southern Germany, constructed in s.

If you look at Google maps you will see the layout is the same today, with additional buildings where the cars are parked to the left in the photo.

Also if you compare the map today with the photo you will see the same train tracks that are to the top of the photo just past the tree line.

Great site. Enjoy checking in every week or so to see what has been added. Wayne Hays, 38th Finance Section Heilbronn Could be Garmisch. Question: Who can help identify the location Recreation Area of this photo?

I believe this to be in or near Garmisch. Response: Indeed, this photo is from the Garmish area.

I have vivid memories related to this photo. As an Army brat who lived in Germany from to , our family vacationed in the Garmish area a few times.

During one of our visits to the ski slopes of Garmish, my brother and I spent the morning skiing, and we agreed after one more run we would visit the snack bar for lunch.

I waited and waited for my brother in the exact area of this photo. And then I spotted him. On a stretcher that was manned by the ski patrol!

He had fallen and hurt his knee, so it was a visit to the first aid station instead of the snack bar. Thanks for the memories. Jim Dike.

Click on the above image to see a higher resolution copy Photo 60 Source: Webmaster's personal collection Known Information: This is a 12th Air Force aerial reconnaissance photo of an installation in the 2nd Armored Division area, taken in the mids.

Can be assumed to be a US military installation west of the Rhine River. We have actually been trying to find any documentation on the Lazarett and have contacted the local offices of the Denkmalschutz, Stadtgeschichte and Bundesarchiv, but have come up short.

In particular, we are doing some research trying to identify the frieze in the above photo. It is currently located at the main inside entrance of the consulate and our understanding is that it was part of the original construction of the German Luftwaffe Lazarett.

In the Frankfurt Consulate General relocated most of its operations to a single facility - a former military hospital, once operated by the U.

It is the United States' largest Consulate General. Question: Who can provide details on the frieze and any historical information on the former German Luftwaffe Lazarett in Frankfurt?

Could be near an Army or Air Force installation. Question: Who can identify the location of this housing area? Same profile of building you see in the current pictures, 3 vertical pillars by front entrance.

The COL quarters at that end of post appear to have the same profile, windows and garage. Most distinctive are the high tension power lines that run just outside the north end of PHV adjacent to A5.

The trees have grown much bigger; the open fields were used for soccer practice. I think the VW is parked on the curb that loops in front of the Club, family playing in the grassy NE corner area in front of the club where it faces the transient quarters.

If you look at the photo of the officer club at PHV on the Heidelberg page you can see just above the o club the string of single houses and row of two story buildings.

And it looks like the 1st photo was taken standing on the drive in front of the o club looking northeast. The two story building are most likely BOQs.

In Schw. Gmuend, I was the Commander of Schw. Gmuend and Goppingen communities. The office supported the 56th Brigade HQs and its units in Schw.

In Goppingen we supported the 1st Div. Fwd and its units. I was there from Oct 76 thru Dec Thanks for all you have and are doing to maintain your site.

The brown buildings were managed by the Guest House. The first brown building left side in photo 1 used to house a laundromat in addition to guest house rooms.

The white buildings in the first photo, are Officer Housing for 06 and above. The high tension wires in photo 1, start on the other side of Autobahn 5 and continue onto the installation.

I used to attend football practice under them in the s while living in Heidelberg as a dependent Freddie Johnson. I assume this photo was taken in Germany and hope that someone can ID the building in the background 2nd pic.

Question: Who can provide details on the location of this photo? The building gained an additional floor to the staircase projection in the years that followed this photo.

Conn was a Luftwaffe base and built in the mid 30s. It played a big part in the air defense of Schweinfurt, Wurzburg and this part of Bavaria.

By the time I was there it was mostly Hueys, not 'planes that were based there. Alex Sutherland. Could be a town somewhere near Wertheim.

Walter Elkins, webmaster. The mystery is the tractor unit seen in the front in the picture. Question: Who can provide details on the tractor unit - Ford or other manufacturer?

I don't believe this is a US kaserne - it might be a British or French post. The buildings - front row, left to right - are , and The long building in the back is For comparison, here is a section of Bill Oakley's photo of the same area of Ferris.

The only information provided is that the photo was taken in or around Karlsruhe. Pavement Stereolab. Batschkapp Frankfurt Germany.

Mar Maersk Navigator Amnistia. ExZess Frankfurt Germany. Apr Nachtleben Frankfurt am Main Germany. May Hugenottenhalle Neu Isenburg Germany.

The Inchtabokatables Paddy Goes to Holyhead. Music Hall Frankfurt am Main Germany. Nürburgring Nürburg Germany. Jun Helmet Kerbdog, Understand.

Jul 8. Festplatz Freigericht-Somborn Germany. Jul Festplatz Bad Soden-Salmünster Germany. Aug Am Industriegebiet Dietzenbach Germany.

Jugendpark Cologne Germany. Sep 9. Sep Blur Echobelly. Oct 1. Guts Pie Earshot Blootklaat. The photo shows Nellingen Airfield near Stuttgart.

You can see four hangars. Behind them is the old fire station with two garages. The hangars were south of the barracks on the southern side of the installation.

Florian Retsch, Germany Response 2: Florian is right. Great photo! The US Army rebuilt the airfield and a helicopter hangar and tower about a mile northeast.

Go to the book Helicopters of the 3rd Reich and you can find pictures of these hangars with US and Luftwaffe aircraft there in It was a stop over for German aircraft headed for the US and England.

David Guilliams. Question: Which kaserne or training area are we looking at? Response: 1 This is just speculation: the photo might have been taken at Grafenwoehr Training Area's Gate 2, which lies in the German community of "Tanzfleck".

Now it is the main gate of the "Südlager" and looks totally different. The gate at Tanzfleck is and has always been Gate 4.

Photo 2 Source: Author's collection Known Information: photo is from 's; location is most likely the football field at Coleman Kaserne, Gelnhausen; the Home team, the Warriors, are behind Question: Who are the "Warriors" a unit team probably and can anybody identify the year that the photo was taken?

Responses: 1 The 12th Infantry Regiment, with home station in Gelnhausen, in the early s, were known as the "Warriors.

My building was the one directly behind the post chapel. I do not recall there ever being a football game in the 35 months that I was stationed there and I don't remember the score board either.

One of Mr. Question: Who can identify the kaserne and, possibly, provide more details? The location of Panzer Kaserne is shown on the map on your website for installations in north Munich.

I am unable to find much historical information relative to the Panzer Will Kaserne. Would appreciate any historical information about Will Kaserne anyone could send, and desire a possible confirmation of these photos from anyone who served a postwar assignment at Will Kaserne.

They do show a Munich barracks that is named Fürst-Wrede-Kaserne today. It was built for a pre-war antitank unit of the German Wehrmacht, Panzerabwehrabteilung 7, and later named Verdun-Kaserne.

It is now the medical academy of the German forces Sanitätsakademie der Bundeswehr. Next to the two barracks was a large training ground known as the "Panzerwiese".

Maybe that is why US soldiers called the barracks "Panzerkaserne" as this was never its name Question: Who can identify the complex and provide more details?

There were some wartime industrial production operations at the McGraw Kaserne complex. There were some German military units responsible for the development, production, and testing of military textile items and clothing.

The building still exists but there are rumors that something new will be built on that area. When I find the chance, I will take a current picture to submit to you.

I hope I have supported you with my information. Klaus Hinkelmann, München, Germany. This is the first post-WW II issue. Question: Who can provide confirmation or details on which building this might be?

Response 1: That is Patch Barracks, yes. There were about five bldgs. All had basements for storage and snack bars AYO , profits for little league and Pop Warner style football teams, for the dependent "brats.

Company, AG Printing Plant, Response 2: I was looking at your mystery photos and saw photo 5 and recognized the building, as I work next to it.

I've attached two photos taken of the building this past Friday April Please let me know if you have any other photos of Patch back in the s.

LTC David S. Question: Who can provide confirmation or details on time period, organization of the unit s who wore this crest? Keep up the excellent work on this site Roberta Sanders.

Photo 7 Source: author's collection Known Information: from comments written on back of the photo, this is a photo taken of the IG Farben Building in Question: Who can provide information on the antenna visible on the roof of the Farben Building?

What type of communications is it used for and which unit would have been using it at that time in Frankfurt? I have many pictures of various types of antennas used by signal units in germany through the years but never seen anything like this one.

Response 1: T he antenna atop the I. Farben Building. I am a ham radio operator and that antenna looks very much like what we call a cubic quad antenna.

It is a directional HF high frequency antenna. Since HF was very much a primary means of command and control communications back when the picture was taken I'm guessing sometime in the early 's it would make sense that they were using this type of antenna.

Photo 8 Source: author's collection Known Information: only know that this is Nellingen Post and possibly late s. Could this be Post Headquarters?

The pic. I was there Your looking North, and when I was there the two other bldgs. I was in the 93rd Engr. Jerry McGinnis. Photo 9 Source: author's collection Known Information: only know that this was probably taken in Question: Who can provide confirmation or details on which kaserne this might be?

Responses: The license plate that appears on the front of the Army ambulance is correct for at least, which helps confirm the date of the photo as - same as the others in the batch where you found it.

They were black-on-white, or a very dark color on a light background I haven't seen a color photo from those years!

The letter P as a prefix in the serial number designates a truck under 1 ton in weight. Thank you for this historic almanach. The picture nr.

It shows the motor pool area located on the north side of the barracks. Photo 10 Source: author's collection Known Information: This aerial photo came along with a pamphlet distributed on occasion of the 5th Anniversary of the Rhine Ordnance Depot, May I do not believe that this is "ROD" which later became known as Rhein Ordnance Barracks and is located in the western end of Kaiserslautern.

However, I do believe the photo is a period photo and shows an American kaserne in southern Germany. Question: Who can ID this kaserne or location and provide details?

Responses: There are two casernes shown on this picture. They are in Esslingen am Neckar. In the foreground you have the Funker-Kaserne and in the background the Kaserne named Becelaerekaserne.

The Funker - Kaserne is a typical WH kaserne layed out in a U-shape and was constructed in the 's. The Becelaere Kaserne is an older type of Kaserne and may have been built in the beginning of th century.

So that's all i know about the picture. Location of kasernes Ralf Beck, Germany. Photo 11 Source: author's collection Known Information: This photo was found among several other photos from a visit to the former Dachau Concentration Camp around My guess is that it shows part of the Dachau Kaserne, a US Army installation adjacent to the former concentration camp.

Responses: This photo was taken from the second or third floor window of Eastman Barracks looking towards the former concentration camp.

I was housed to the right off the picture. I was a military brat and was there in and part of At the time Eastman was the home of the 37th Arty commanded by Lt.

Harry Walters. Behind Eastman toward the ball field was covered with underground tunnels and bunkers. We lived in the last big house on the left side of the main street entering the main gate and turning right Ave of SS.

At the time the concentration camp was full of DP's and not a very safe place to hang out. Camp Dachau was just what a young boy needed for adventure and the place was left pretty much as the Germans left it.

The corners of our home were still decorated with SS insignia. The fenced in area in the middle of the photo with the visible motor pool was taken over in with most parts of the barracks by the Bavarian police and houses the 6th Abteilung of the Bavarian Riot Police until today.

Photo 12 Source: author's collection Known Information: This photo was probably taken in Munich or Bad Toelz in the mid to early timeframe.

Photo 13 Source: author's collection Known Information: I am trying to find out where this photo was taken - it shows a US Army ambulance car attached to a German DB dining car at an unidentified German train station.

Question: Who can ID the Bahnhof and maybe provide some details on the hospital train that used these type of ambulance cars?

To read all the posts in reference to the photo, click here. If you were stationed at Orleans or passed through there frequently, maybe you can provide some additional details?

Would love to hear from you. Photo 14 Source: author's collection Known Information: This wonderful aerial photo was taken by a US Army fixed-wing aircraft on or about May 17, Five years after the end of WWII, this part of town still shows the ravages of war.

Question: Who can ID the part of Stuttgart this aerial photo shows? Maybe some of our German friends can help us out on this one? The 'U' shaped building at the bottom left of the photo is the Altes Waisenhaus.

This view is looking almost due south. At the top of the picture is Alt-Katholische Kirche St. Question: Who can ID the medical clinic?

This photo isn't a clinic, it is the Saumur Signal Depot, near Saumur; this chateau in the first picture is in Warrains, where troops were billeted.

Signal equipment and supplies were stored in caves, in this area. This picture belongs in the COMZ section. The second photo is at the same place, it is "The quadrangle.

You can see the chateau -- the small building which is at the back of the French flag. This building may well have been used as a medical clinic for surrounding US military facilities, but it's too long ago and I'm not sure.

The post at Varrains shown in the photos was not the main Saumur Signal depot, it was only a small annex used as a communication center situated a dozen or so miles away from the depot.

The main depot itself occupied a rather large real estate. Peterson, Signal Corps. In reference to Yves Bardet's mention that signal equipment and supplies were stored in caves in this area, I remember that a very small quantity of equipment was stored in only one cave.

All the sandstone required to build the castles along the banks of the Loire river and farther afield was extracted from this region and resulted in a vast network of caves, some of which were located under the Varrains annex.

One morning in , a storage building located to the right of the Filloid building seen at the right in the foreground of photo 15 had sunk due to subsidence caused by a cave under it.

The roof of the building was down at ground level. I was subsequently ordered to conduct a survey and to produce a map of the cave network under the annex.

Nothing was ever stored in caves after this incident. Regarding the Filloid building, my only recollection is that it was based on prefabricated steel elements that allowed fast erection of a truss-free and central-support-free semi-permanent building in the field.

The principal characteristic of this kind of construction is that it was not temporary and was also relocatable. John Trouve.

Building in picture is designated Building 3 EM Billets. Photo was part of a lot that included pictures of Fritzlar Air Base in Could indicate that the kaserne was near there.

Question: Who can ID the kaserne? Left in the picture is the entrance to one of the buildings of the company; the building right next to it is the mess hall - indicated by the clock tower.

I have attached three photos from my father taken in Regensburg and dated They resemble the Pioneer Kaserne photos on your website. Notations on the photos indicate that, at the time, the buildings housed the Headquarters Reserve Command of the 4th Armored Division as well as billets.

I would appreciate if you or someone else could confirm if they are the Pioneer Kaserne. Responses: Concerning the images for Mystery Photo 17 I have never seen any military building in Regensburg showing that structure of doors in combination with the arrangement of windows.

I think I know all military installations of Regensburg but cannot see where the pictures could have been taken. Kai Reichardt, Germany. Photo 18 Source: Germany Known Information: Shown here is a section of an aerial photo of the Griesheim Airfield probably from the early s.

Of interest here are the three areas on the northwestern side of the airfield that are surrounded by perimeter fences. And 3, don't have a clue.

Question: Who can provide details on these facilities? It looks like Pirmasens, but need confirmation. Question: Who can provide details on this AAF?

Highlighted area shows the support posts as seen through the bubble cockpit of an OH for the control tower which was mounted on a platform on the northern end of the large hangar.

See corresponding Mystery Photo 17A. This photo from the mids taken approximately in the same time period as our Mystery Photo 17B shows the hangars at Pirmasens from the street side.

A close study of this photo definitely shows enough similarities with the Mystery photo to prove that we are dealing with the same hangar.

The photo is from the son of a veteran who served with the st Engineer Company Heavy Equipment. This unit was stationed in Kaiserslautern and then moved to Karlsruhe.

Question: Who can provide details on this installation? Picture taken from the now post office overlooking what's now the Daenner Sportsfield.

The large building to the left is a motor pool. The building straight ahead past the vehicle staging area is currently being renovated.

Phil Newton. Track appears to be an M self-propelled howitzer. It is passing a military installation - possibly a dependent housing area. Could be Frankfurt?

Response 1: With regards to your mystery photo number 21 posted today , I believe that this is not Frankfurt but the nearby town of Hanau.

The buildings on the left are not dependent housing but barrack units in Pioneer Kaserne. The bottom one of the row had the base library.

One of the other barracks buildings housed the base dispensary. How do I know? Well, my Dad was stationed in Hanau in the s. Furthermore, this was in Hanau - Wolfgang.

As said, the first one on the right housed the library. The middle one housed the dispensary. The barrack to the right of the traffic is post - war US Army construction.

The truck with the lights on is almost directly in front of Hanau Elementary School out of shot to the right, across the road. The dependents' Housing Area was to the right as well, across the road from Pioneer Kaserne and downwards from where this photo was taken.

The area was called Sportfield Housing Area, I recall. The main gate was between the three barracks on the left and the barrack building behind the traffic.

This was, I recall, also dependent housing. The gas station was right across from the main gate. The SP howistzer is travelling towards Hanau city center.

Click here to see the results. Pictured is the motor park of a 90mm AAA gun battalion. City and kaserne are unknown. Responses: I'm prettty sure I know where Mystery photo 22 is.

It's the old TMP2 in Worms. I used to work in Worms in the early 80s and by then there were no tactical units in Worms, so the TMP was turned into the auto crafts shop.

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