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After an extensive survey of the worlds leading public and private Confederate collections, the frock coat shown here has been determined to be the only known surviving circa 1860-1861 South Carolina Regular Army enlisted artillery man’s frock coat left in existence.

After an extensive survey of the worlds leading public and private Confederate collections, the frock coat shown here has been determined to be the only known surviving circa 1860-1861 South Carolina Regular Army enlisted artillery man’s frock coat left in existence.

German commando Gunther Billing in US Army fatigues as US Army MPs tie his hands behind him before facing the firing squad. Billing was one of a group of German commandos who infiltrated US lines during the Battle of the Ardennes (Dec 1944) wearing US Army uniforms. Speaking fluent American English, the commandos proceeded to spread havoc and confusion in the rear. After their capture, most of them faced the firing squad.

German commando Gunther Billing in US Army fatigues as US Army MPs tie his hands behind him before facing the firing squad. Billing was one of a group of German commandos who infiltrated US lines during the Battle of the Ardennes (Dec 1944) wearing US Army uniforms. Speaking fluent American English, the commandos proceeded to spread havoc and confusion in the rear. After their capture, most of them faced the firing squad.

A cheerful young German boy soldier captured by the 11th Armored Division, Third US Army, near Kulmbach, Germany, 15 April 1945. Although wearing a German Army uniform, he had not been issued arms. He was one of a group being marched to the Czechoslovak border for unknown reasons. Such kids in uniform were usually turned over to the Red Cross.

A cheerful young German boy soldier captured by the 11th Armored Division, Third US Army, near Kulmbach, Germany, 15 April 1945. Although wearing a German Army uniform, he had not been issued arms. He was one of a group being marched to the Czechoslovak border for unknown reasons. Such kids in uniform were usually turned over to the Red Cross.