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The officer giving the Hitler salute in the foreground was in charge of the POW exchange for the Germans. Andrew Gerow Hodges, the American Red Cross representative in the dark uniform in the center, set up the prisoner exchange in Brittany in November 1944. Pvt. Harry Glixon of Sarasota, Fla. was a member of the 301st Infantry Regiment, 94th Division of the 3rd Army who was exchanged by the enemy.

The officer giving the Hitler salute in the foreground was in charge of the POW exchange for the Germans. Andrew Gerow Hodges, the American Red Cross representative in the dark uniform in the center, set up the prisoner exchange in Brittany in November 1944. Pvt. Harry Glixon of Sarasota, Fla. was a member of the 301st Infantry Regiment, 94th Division of the 3rd Army who was exchanged by the enemy.

NAZI JERMAN: Foto Erwin Rommel Sebagai Panglima Afrikakorps.

NAZI JERMAN: Foto Erwin Rommel Sebagai Panglima Afrikakorps.

transferring Injured to Hospital ship, "Gascon", Gallipoli

A flat bottomed barge transporting wounded soldiers from Anzac Cove alongside the Hospital Ship Gascon.

BATTLE SOMME 1 JULY - 18 NOVEMBER 1916 (E(AUS) 19)   Eight ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps )  soldiers wearing sheepskin jackets, and a mixture of slouch hats and steel helmets, resting on their way up to the trenches.

BATTLE SOMME 1 JULY - 18 NOVEMBER 1916 (E(AUS) Eight ANZAC ( Australian and New Zealand Army Corps ) soldiers wearing sheepskin jackets, and a mixture of slouch hats and steel helmets, resting on their way up to the trenches.

The bodies of Australian dead in the trenches following fierce fighting with Turkish forces at Gallipoli in 1915. Australian War Memorial, H00405.

The bodies of Australian dead in the trenches following fierce fighting with Turkish forces at Gallipoli in 1915. Australian War Memorial, H00405.

The last party of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade to leave Gallipoli, December 1915.

The last party of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade to leave Gallipoli, December 1915.

Negotiations for POW swap, German and American officers along with Red Cross facilitator, Andrew Gerow Hodge who set the whole thing up - Nov. 15, 1944, Brittany, France. 149 prisoners from each side were exchanged.

Negotiations for POW swap German and American officers along with Red Cross facilitator Andrew Gerow Hodge who set the whole thing up - Nov. 149 prisoners from each side were exchanged.

A man emerges from the entrance to a listening post, Nieuport 1915.

A man emerges from the entrance to a listening post, Nieuport

American-German POW Exchange in Lorient, France, 1944

American-German POW Exchange in Lorient, France, 1944

Thiepval 1916: An exhausted soldier asleep in a front line trench. An image from our 1st World War education pack, full of interesting stuff! http://bodelwyddan-castle.co.uk/resources.html

Soldier’s comrades watching him as he sleeps, Thievpal, France, during World War I

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