В эту серию фотографий попали почему-то пропущенные мною при первом заходе. Некоторые сюжеты уже были, но тут идут из других единиц хранения и в каких-то деталях обработки могут отличаться.
1 серия (январь-февраль 1945 г.)
2 серия (март 1945 г.)
3 серия (апрель-май 1945 г.)
4 серия (1945 г.)
5 серия (1945 г.)
6 серия (1945 г., лето 1945 г.)
7 серия, тренировочная (1941-1944 гг.)
8 серия (1945 г., Kodachrome)
9 серия (1941-1942 гг., Kodachrome)
10 серия (1943 г., Kodachrome)
11 серия (1943/1944 гг., Kodachrome)
12 серия (1944 г., Kodachrome)
(614) January 29, 1941. Ski troops during rifle training, Fort Lewis, Washington
Three men from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (reinforced) in dark colored winter uniforms lie on the snow and aim their rifles out from behind a low barrier of snow.
(615) [1941 or 1942]. Skitroops on parade at Paradise Lodge, Washington
Approximately one hundred men of the 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (reinforced) in white camouflage suits, carrying knapsacks and rifles and wearing skis stand in columns in the middle of a snow covered field with Paradise Lodge, Washington, and nearby mountain peaks in the background. According to the album caption, the men put on this demonstration for General Joyce, a visiting dignitary.
(616) [1941 or 1944]. Dick Cochran in "whites" and on skis
Tenth Mountain Division Corporal, Richard Cochran bends over his skis as though adjusting his bindings. He is wearing winter camouflage of "whites" as well as a knapsack and his rifle. Almost obscured behind him is another soldier in the same uniform standing and facing directly toward the camera. Both are on a snow covered mountain in an unnamed location.
(617) [between 1941 and 1944]. Olaf Rodgeard doing a gelendasprang
Olaf Rodegard, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 87th Regiment Company C, performs an aerial maneuver on snowshoes possibly in Washington.
(618) [between 1941 and 1945?]. Ralph Hulbert
Ralph Hulbert, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 86th Regiment Company F, poses outdoors with a backpack. He wears a uniform jacket and cap.
(619) . On belay, Walter Prager
Walter Prager during rock climbing instruction, on Mount Ranier, Washington. Prager wearing a knapsack and rifle demonstrates rock climbing techniques aided by a soldier above him on the rock.
(620) June 1942. John Woodward and Peter Gabriel on Nisqually Glacier, Mount Ranier, Washington
John B. Woodward (foreground) and Peter Gabriel (background) practice ice climbing techniques on Nisqualli Glacier, Mt. Rainier, Washington. Both 87th Mountain Infantry (reinforced) soldiers are roped together and wearing full knapsacks and ice axes. Gabriel is carrying a rifle.
(621) . Glee Club of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (reinforced)
Ten soldiers from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (reinforced) sing on stage at Paradise Lodge, Washington. Left to right they are: [Charles C.] Bradley, Luick, Look, John Jay, Dick Witemore, Ralph Bromaghin, Arnold Alexander, [Charles B. McLane], McMahon, and Glen Stanley. According to the caption: "Lt. John Jay, a sour tenor himself, expanded the orignial LМЂatrine Quartet' into the 87th Glee Club. They sang all winter; each Saturday evening at the Paradise Lodge and occasionally for special events."
(622) . Radio debut of the Latrine Quartet
Four members of 87th Mountain Infantry sing at a microphone with the call letters KVI. They are left to right: Bradley, Glen Staney, Charles B. McLane, and Ralph Bromigan playing guitar. According to the caption: "At Christmas  Lt. Look sowed the seed that grew into the 87th's G.I. Choir. Our first appearance was a reville Christmas Day. We received some applause, some shoes. Later becoming the Latrine Quartet we sang every evening week after week, Bromaghin, Lt. Look, Stanley and I [Charles B. McLane], later Bradley. A quartet was invited to sing in Tacoma on a local ski program. We yodeled, sang Bavarian ditties, were not at all good, according to severe task-master and maestro, Bromaghin, but we were appreciated and enjoyed our debut."
(623) 1942. Pando ?, Camp Hale during construction
View of Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado, the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division. Shows a Denver and Rio Grande Western freight train with trucks backed up to it. The barracks are visible at the base of the mountain in the distance.
(624) 1942. Pando, during Camp Hale construction
A view the railroad depot and box cars at Pando (Eagle County), Colorado. People stand near railroad tracks as a Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Company locomotive approaches the depot. The ground is covered in snow.
(625) [between 1942 and 1944]. Roger Langley, Minnie Dole, Paul Lafferty Camp Hale
Members of the 10th Mountain Division, identified as (left to right), Roger Langley, Charles Minot "Minnie" Dole, and Paul Lafferty pose outdoors at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. They wear coats and caps.
(626) [between 1942 and 1945?]. Troop train entering Camp Hale
View of a Denver and Rio Grande Western troop train entering Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. Shows a mountainous landscape with rock formations.
(627) [between 1942 and 1945?]. Camp Hale and train
View of a Denver and Rio Grande Western train near Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. Shows barracks at the base of a mountain. The train is pulled by locomotive 3618.
(628) Septembeer, 1943. Dr. Vilhjalmur Stefansson, Arctic explorer near an igloo, at Camp Hale, Colorado
Arctic explorer, Dr. Vilhjalmur Stefansson stands beside an igloo in a snowfield at Camp Hale, Colorado. He taught lessons in snow-craft to the Tenth Mountain Division.
(629) 1943 Nov. Pando Sta. Colo. leaving Camp Hale for the air corps
A view of the Pando depot near Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. A group of soldiers in uniform wait near railroad tracks. Mountains are in the distance.
(630) 1943. Nathan E. and Robert S. Morrell Cooper Hill Camp Hale Colo.
Nathan Morrell, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 10th Medical Battalion, Company A, and Robert Morrell, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 87th Regiment, Company F, pose outdoors. They wear caps and sunglasses.
(631) 1943. Picture taken by a lady who I passed on the street I held the baby for her.
Private Jay H. Brower, a soldier in Company B of the 87th Mountain Infantry Division, poses with a baby near a residential street in Denver, Colorado. He wears a uniform and a crush cap.
(632) [1943 or 1944]. General Rolfe reviewing horse mounted 10th Mountain Division Reconnaisance units, Camp Hale, Colorado
Brigader General Onslow S. Rolfe, Commanding Officer of the Mountain Training Group or MTG, reviews horse mounted reconnaisance units on the parade grounds at Camp Hale, Colorado. According to the caption, this was the final parade before horses were replaced by motorized equipment.
(633) [1943-1944]. Ski troops parade in "whites" at Camp Hale, Colorado
10th Mountain Division soldiers parade down a street at Camp Hale, Colorado. They are wearing their "whites" the winter camouflage uniforms and carry white skis on their right shoulder as rifles are normally carried while on parade.
(634) 1943 or 1944. Sled dogs in training under Stuart Mace, Camp Hale, Colorado
Stuart Mace stands behind his dog sled with eight dogs harnessed to it in a snow covered field at Camp Hale, Colorado.
(635) [1943 or 1944]. Ski training: forming a column of twos coming down from Eagle Ridge, Camp Hale, Colorado
Still from the Warner Brothers film: "The Fighting Mountaineers." Fifty Tenth Mountain Division ski troopers during training practice forming a column of twos. One line of men occupies a hill in the foreground; another group occupies a hill in the background. Men are visible climbing the farther hill, skiing down to meet in a "Y", and joining with a partner from the other group. On the near hill, men at the back of the line "snowplough" to a stop and await their turn. All the men are on skis in winter uniforms and carry knapsacks and rifles. The snow is deep and pine trees cover the hills in the distance. Taken on the descent from Eagle Ridge near Camp Hale, Colorado.
(636) [1943-1944]. Ski training: about face on skis executed by all of L-87th with Lieutenant William J. Bourke in Command, Camp Hale, Colorado
Still from the Warner Brothers film: "The Fighting Mountaineers." Approximately one-hundred soldiers from the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment, Company L, execute an about face on skis under the command of Lieutenant William J. Bourke on a flat snow-covered field. In the background, smaller groups of skiers are visible training in the trees at the base of one of the mountains surrounding Camp Hale, Colorado.
(637) [1943-1944]. Ski training: lesson in ski techniques at Camp Hale, Colorado
Still from the Warner Brothers film: "The Fighting Mountaineers." Fifteen Tenth Mountain Division skitroopers stand at the bottom of a small hill watching as a skier practices what appears to be the side step. According to the caption this is a lesson in herring bone, side step and traverse. Other skiers are arrive at the top of the hill from a trail visible on the right side of the image. Another soldier practices at the top of the hill, while two others look towards the man on the slope. Taken during training at Camp Hale, Colorado.
(638) [1943-1944]. Ski training: standing at attention, a platoon of "G" Company, 87th Regiment.
Still from the Warner Brothers film: "The Fighting Mountaineers." A Platoon of approximately fifty soldiers from the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company G stand at attention with their skis balanced on ski poles. The men wear caps, anoraks, wool pants, boots with shoepacks; they carry knapsacks and rifles. Homestake Mountain and Mount Massive are covered in snow and clouds in the background.
(639) [between 1943 and 1944?]. Dick Over
Richard Over, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 110th Signal Corps poses with skis and poles at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. He wears a backpack, mittens, cap, and goggles.
(640) [1943-1944]. Chow line, Colorado
A chow line near Camp Hale, Colorado. The tables serving food are set up in the snow. Seven Tenth Mountain Division soldiers are serving food and three are getting food. A many other soldiers are standing back from the serving area. A table with sliced bread is visible in the foreground.
(641) [between 1943 and 1945?]. Bretto di Sotto bivouac area C. Co. 86th Mtn. Inf. Reg't
Lieutenant Howard Koch, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 86th Regiment Company C, poses outdoors at a bivouac site near Bretto di Sotto, Italy during the Italian campaign of World War II. He wears a uniform and Alpini hat.
(642) August 6, 1944. Main entrance, Camp Swift, Texas
View of the Main Entrance at Camp Swift Texas. A military police man allows a Bell Telephone car to pass through gate number one. A small building and the other part of the gate is in the background. The Tenth Mountain Division was stationed here for "flatland" training in 1944 and 1945.
(643) 1944. Camp Hale, Colo.
A view of Camp Hale, the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division, in the Pando Valley in Eagle County, Colorado. Shows barracks. A Denver and Rio Grande Western train with two locomotives is seen in the distance near a mountain.
(644) 1944. Bretto di Sotto, typical Italian-Yugoslavian town
View of the village of Log pod Mangartom (Bretto di Sotto) in a valley near the Italian border in Slovenia. Shows multi-story buildings with hipped roofs, a church and houses. The Julian Alps are in the distance.
(645) [between 1944 and 1945?]. PFC John David McGrath, ASN 31 326 858, Born July 4, 1924, KIA April 14, 1945
Studio bust portrait of Private First Class John David McGrath, member of the 10th Mountain Division, killed in action April 14th 1945. McGrath wears a uniform and a tie.
(646) February 20, 1945. Litter bearers evacuate wounded on Mount Belvedere, Italy
Two soldiers from the Tenth Mountain Division, 85th Regiment, 1st Battalion, walk in front of a wounded soldier on a litter carried by five others. According to the caption the soldier had been wounded in the attack on Mount Belvedere during the Italian Campaign.
(647) February 20, 1945. Wounded men cross snowy field to the Battalion Aid Station, Mount Belvedere, Italy
Eight men walk in a straight line on a trail across a snow covered field. According to the caption, they are both walking wounded and a litter squad, accompanying a wounded enemy soldier on a litter to the Tenth Mountain Division, 85th Mountain Infantry, 1st Battalion aid station in a farm house in the Mount Belvedere area during the Italian Campaign. All are in battle fatigues and the litter squad members have crosses painted on their helmets.
(648) February 21, 1945. Explosion used to detonate German mines
A black cloud from an explosion rises in the middle ground of the image. Leafless trees and snow covers the ground. In the background buildings stand on the ridge above the valley in the vicinity of Mount Belvedere during the Italian Campaign. According to the caption the explosion was set off by 10th Mountain Division Engineers attempting to detonate German mines by sympathetic demolition after other methods of detection failed.
(649) February 21, 1945. Reinforcements move up the ridge, Mount Belvedere in background, Italy
A line of Tenth Mountain Division soldiers climb up a ridge wearing helmets, combat fatigues, large knapsacks during the Italian Campaign. According to the caption the peak of Mount Belvedere rises in the distance. The ground is partially covered with snow.
(650) February 21, 1945. Medical Aid Station on Mount Belvedere, Italy
Tenth Mountain Division medical aid station on Mount Belvedere. Groups of litter bearers wait for calls to bring in the wounded near a tent set up as an aid station. In the distance troops move toward the front lines during the Italian Campaign.
(651) 1945 February 22. Returning from the frontlines
In a view taken from above, twenty-nine Tenth Mountain Division soldiers march around a curve in a road towards a bridge over a small creek. A covered truck is begining its crossing as a soldier driving a camuflaged weasle (a treaded mitlitary vehicle designed for snow) is just clearing the bridge. Seven more weasles are parked on a small road beside piles of suplies. One weasel heads down a steep slope towards the small road. A large tent is pitched aross the creek. Snow covers the ground. According to the captions the image was taken near Mount Grande and near Lizzano and this was the supply point for troops at Mount Belvedere and Gorgolesco, during the Italian campaign; the marching men were on their way back from the front lines.
(652) [February] 1945. View of Riva Ridge with jeep, Italy
View of Riva Ridge lightly dusted with snow. In the foreground a covered jeep is parked pointing toward the mountains along a gravel road. An open field covered with snow and some woods fill the middle ground.
(653) March 3, 1945. Engineers rest behind a tank destroyer during an assult, Castel D'Aiano, Italy
Ten Tenth Mountain Division 126th Mountain Enginers rest behind a tank destroyer on a mountain road while taking cover from German sniper fire. Those closest to the tank destroyer stand and sit upright while those farther from cover lie flat on the ground near the slope of a hill. Four of the soldiers carry shovels. All the soldiers are wearing battle fatigues, utility belts and helmets. In the background three stone buildings stand on the ridge above the men.
(654) March 3, 1945. Radioman during mortar barrage, Della Vetta, Italy
Two soldiers from the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company K during a mortar barrage on Mount Della Vetta during the Italian Campaign. The soldier standing at the edge of the slope is a radioman who (according to the caption) was reporting the postion of the barrage to the command post over a "handie-talkie." The other soldier lies low to the ground with his attention fixed on the barrage in the valley and his rifle between his legs.
(655) March 4, 1945. GIs dug in near Sassomolare, Italy
Men from the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment, Company K, dig in on a ridge north of Sassomolare. According to the caption, they are protecting the left flank of the main column moving up the Porretta-Moderna Highway, a few yards below them. Most of the men lie close to the ground against the shelter of a slope or fence higher than themselves, like a fence. One man is still digging a shallow trench with a shovel. In the background farm buildings fill valley between low mountains.
(656) March 1945. John W. Haines, III at Pietra Colora, Italy
John W. Haines, III, of Company I, 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment, Tenth Mountain Division, faces the camera and smiles with a cigarette in his mouth and a rifle on his back. Behind him are the ruins and rubble of Pietra Colora. Haines was later killed in action.
(657) March 1945. Shrapnel Alley, Italy
Shows a trench-like gully littered with debris including a metal gas can and fallen branches; taken near the staging area of the 3rd Battalion of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment, Tenth Mountain Division, at Malandrone, Italy. The so called "Schrapnel Alley" was the main approach to positions on "Punchboard Hill."
(658) March 1945. Good Tedesco
Closeup of German soldier killed during the Italian Campaign; probably by the Tenth Mountain Division.
(659) March-April 1945. No-man's-land between Sassomolare and Montese, Italy
Shows the area that was no-man's-land for the Tenth Mountain Division during March and early April, 1945. On the left, the rocky spine of Sassomolare which was captured on March 4; Montese, in the distance on the right, was held by the Germans until April 14.
(660) April 14, 1945. Men, mules and ammunition move forward
Three men from the Tenth Mountain Division, 86th Mountain Infantry Regiment, Company H (wearing combat fatigues and helmets, and carrying rifles) walk down a country road lined with leafless trees. One leads a pack mule bearing supplies. More mules are visible in the baground. Taken near Bologna the morning of the big "push" during the Italian campaign (according to the Signal Corps caption) between 8:30 A.M. and 9:10 A.M.
(661) April 24, 1945. Unloading supplies from Po River crossing near San Benedetto, Italy
Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Mountain Infantry, Service Company soldiers with a boxes on their shoulders walk away from the northern banks of the Po in the San Benedetto area during the Italian Campaign. On the beach behind them are stacks of boxes and soldiers. A big boat with a large winch at the stern is completely aground. Three smaller boats are pulled up on the banks as well. One small boat, possibly a DUWK (army amphibious vehicle) carrying eight men cruises past. In the distance are the southern banks of the Po.
(662) [April or May] 1945. 10th moves through Badia, Italy
A loosely organized column of eleven Tenth Mountain Division, 85th Mountain Infantry, 2nd Battalion, soldiers enter the town of Badia, during the Italian Campaign. The stone buildings are slightly damaged.
(663) 1945 July 18. 10th units lead Victory Parade in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Columns of soldiers march down a crowded tree lined avenue as paper falls from the sky. A soldier in the center of the image is carrying the American flag. According to the caption: "A platoon and the Colorguard of the 10th Mountain Division lead troops of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force down Avenida Rio Braneo in celebration of the B.E.F's return to Rio de Janeiro. The units had fought together during the Italian campaign."
(664) April 23, 1945. Reconnaissance of Po River from banks near San Benedetto, Italy
Three Tenth Mountain Division, 85th Mountain Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion, Headquarters Company soldiers make a reconnaissance of the Po River at its banks near San Benedetto during the Italian Campaign. The banks of the river are flat. Part of a Pontoon bridge is visible on the left of the image. According to the caption they were preparing to cross the river in DUWKS (Army Amphibious Vehicles) and by Pontoon bridge that night.
(665) April 26, 1945. Troops along Lake Garda south of Bardolino, near Verona, Italy
A group of Tenth Mountain Division, 86th Infantry Regiment, Company C soldiers walk in a loose formation along the banks of Lake Garda, south of Bardolino in the Verona Area during the Italian Campaign. In the background the mountainous slopes surround the lake.
(666) April, 1945. Rocca de Roffeno, Italy
View of Rocca de Roffeno, Italy. It was an objective during the Tenth Mountain Division's April attack.
(667) [1945 April or May]. Lake Garda
Members of the 10th Mountain Division stand on a pier during the Italian campaign of World War II at Lake Garda in Italy. A sail boat used to transport materiel around collapsed railroad tunnels on the lakeside road.
(668) May 7, 1945. Men from two divisions meet at Resia Pass, Austrian-Italian border
Patrols from two divisions meet at the Austrian-Italian border taken from the Austrian side. A sign with "HALT! Grenzkontrolle" is placed on the right side of a wide dirt road. A small wooden barrier marks the border. Seven GIs from the Seventh Army, 44th Division, 324th Infantry Regiment, rush to meet a patrol of four Tenth Mountain Division soldiers on the Italian side of the border during the Italian Campaign.
(669) 1945. Troops aboard the Marine Fox return to New York Harbor
Hundreds of Tenth Mountain Division Troops fill the U.S.S. Marine Fox as it enters New York Harbor. All are wearing light khaki uniforms. Most of the men are face the camera. Two other ships are in the background.
(670) . Ross Wilson
Ross Wilson, a member of the 10th Mountain Division Headquarters 87th Regiment 1st Battalion, poses outdoors in northern Italy after the end of World War II. He wears a uniform. A group of other soldiers is nearby.
(671) . GI at Trieste
A Tenth Mountain Division soldier enjoys the beach at Trieste with a woman. Both wear bathing costumes and pose for the camera. Behind them the beach is filled with other sun worshipers.
(672) . GI laundering with paesana
A Tenth Mountain Division soldier launders at a public laundry with two Italian women.
(673) 1945. Bologna
View of the damage caused at a railway station in Bologna, Italy. The Tenth Mountain Division was fighting in the area near Bologna during the Italian Campaign.
(674) . Troop train passing over a bridge, Italy
View taken from a troop train towards the rear as it passes over a bridge in Italy. A few faces and legs of Tenth Mountain Division soldiers are visible as they poke out of the open doors the box cars. The landscape reveals a great deal of destruction. Some shelled buildings stand at the top of a ridge. The train has just emerged from a tunnel on to a bridge over a wide dry river valley. In the distance is a mountain peak.
(675) 1945. Appenine Road to the Po Valley
Appenine road to the Po Valley. Shows the kind of terrain the Tenth Mountain Division crossed during the April drive, although the majority of the soldiers travelled cross-country and never saw this specific road.
(676) [1945?]. The valley of the Isonzo and the Plezzo plain
View of the Isonzo [SocМЊa] River as is exits the Julian Alps into the Isonzo valley (Plezzo Basin) in Slovenia. A road is near the river. Bluffs are in the distance.
(677) [1945?]. Mt. Mangart from Lake Fusine
View of one of the Laghi di Fusine (Fusine Lakes) and the glacial amphitheater of Mount Mangart on the Slovenian and Austrian borders in Italy. Shows a small alpine lake and the steep rock walls of the mountain.
(678) July 1945. Lake Fusine Camp, Mount Mangart
View of the Lake Fusine camp where Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, 3rd Battalion, had a rock-climbing and mountaineering school in early July, 1945.
(679) 1955 May 7. Tenth Anniversary Reunion of the 10th Mountain Division, Hotel Biltmore, New York City
Tenth Anniversary Reunion of the 10th Mountain Division, Hotel Biltmore, New York City