Seventy years in 1944 Felix A. Cizewski, my late father, served in Cherbourg in Company, C, 3110th Signal Service Battalion.
Ten photos of his survived, the most from his WWII experience.
|Only one has my father.
Felix is first on the left.
|In the background of several photos are street scenes of 1944 Cherbourg.
GI on a Jeep in front of Cherbourg building.
All GIs in the above photos have helmets.
While Cherbourg was liberated in late June, 1944, Cherbourg remained under threat of attack from Nazi bombers and rockets.
Larger versions of these and the other seven are at:
All photos are from the collection of Felix A. Cizewski, Co. C, 3110th Signal Service Battalion
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