Model of village in Sicily in Fort Benning, Georgia on 6 July 1944

U.S. Army Signal Corps photograph, Gift in Memory of Maurice T. White, from the Collection of The National World War II Museum
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1323. '6 July 44 E. R. Allen. Sand table model of Butera Sicily, captured July 13, 1943, by the 1st Ranger Bn. Capt. James R. Lyles, a former member of the 1st Ranger Bn. and now an instructor of village fighting at Fort Benning, Georgia, This village is 550 yds. Long, 400 yds. Wide and has a population of 500. (Top is west) 168-L-44-1600.' Army Signal Corps photograph Photographer: Allen. Fort Benning, Georgia. 6 July 1944

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From the collection of Maurice T. White, Captain in the 168th Signal Photographic Company, US Army Signal Corps. The collection consists of 2,000+ images of training exercises, predominantly documenting the 81st Infantry Division in the United States in 1944
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Fort Benning
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32.350
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-84.967
Thesaurus for Graphic Materials: 
Building models--Georgia
Military training--Georgia