33rd F.A. Brigade

The 33rd Field Artillery Brigade across Europe during World War II.

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This interesting campaign chronicle commemorates the experience of the 33rd Field Artillery Brigade across the European Theater during World War II. Dated place names correspond to various unit command posts, each connected by a simple line reflecting the march of advance across the English Channel, through France, and into Germany.

Small illustrations depict much of the common equipment used; Jeeps, trucks, half-tracks, and (naturally) field artillery pieces. A succinct summary of the units controlled in combat, list of command posts, and divisions supported are provided in tables along the bottom of the sheet.

Signed C.L.M in the lower right, presumably by the original artist, and reproduced by the 652nd Engineer Topographic Battalion in 1945.

Map Details

Publication Date: 1945

Author: 652nd Engineer Topographic Battalion

Sheet Width (in): 22.5

Sheet Height (in): 19.75

Condition: B+

Condition Description: Creasing along fold lines and a small bit of paper loss at the center fold intersection. Moderate wear on the right and left edges of the sheet, including small tears and minor discoloration.

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