A train car full of Christmas mail in France in November 1944
U.S. Army Signal Corp Photograph, Gift of Maude Hayman, from the collection of The National World War II Museum
A train car being unloaded with Christmas mail. It is called the 'Santa Claus Express'. "ETO-HQ-44-19568. Lapidus. 1 Nov. Signal corps photo. Lieutenant General Patch watches GI's scrambling to unload the box car containing the first Christmas mail for men of the Seventh Army." Europe, probably France. 1 November 1944.
Theater of Service:
POW / KIA:
Collection of European Theater U.S. Army Signal Corps photographs.
Thesaurus for Graphic Materials:
Railroad mail service--France
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