Dodge WC 54 Ambulance WW2 - Historische Fotos Teil 1 von 4
|Dodge 3/4 ton Ambulance, produziert von 1942 - 1944
|WC 54 Ambulance: 26.002 Exemplare
|Drivers of the French ambulance corps near the fighting zone, waiting to be called.
|Photograph: Robert Capa, Copyright: 2001 By Cornell Capa, Agentur Magnum
|During the Winter of 1943-44 the Allies fought against the Axis around Montecassino, 32 miles south of Rome.
|On January 22nd, 1944, Allied troops landed in Anzio, near Cassino, in order to outflank this line.
|Members of the Free French Forces, which included the 2nd Moroccan Infantry Division (composed of Berber
|soldiers) fought side by side with the American Vth Army. Montecassino was liberated only in May 1944.
|WC54, note the later big size fuel filler neck, probably used after end of 1943.
|Photograph: Ernest Stehula
|The Futa Pass with three Red Cross Ambulances going towards the front.
|Many casualities were reported in the fight for Bologna.
|Army nurses and medics remove wounded soldier from transport
|to ambulance in dress rehearsal for D-Day.
|European Theatre - Containers of blood being moved from planes for
|distribution to various hospitals in the European Theatre.
|Bei den Flugzeugen handelt es sich um De Havilland L-20
|Es wurde 1947 entwickelt und konnte wie ein „fliegender Lieferwagen“
|große Lasten transportieren und dabei fast überall landen und starten.
|Ab 1951 wurden L-20 von der US Army für den Abtransport von
|Schwerverwundeten aus unwegsamen Gebieten eingesetzt.
|US Army Air Corps nurse administers first aid treatment to a Private
|wounded in the left shoulder, preparing to transfer him by air to hospital in
|the Naples area. June 1944
|A medic's truck passes Siegfried Line's "Dragon Teeth" on road made by 7th Army Engineers
|Supplies for the front are hauled aross a trestle bridge spanning a river in Italy.
|Bridge was constructed by US Army Engineers to replace original structure destroyed by
|The above colour pictures were taken at the National Archives and are offered Royalty Free by the World War II
|Picture section of Historylink101.com. More Pictures can be found at the World War II Picture Page.
|Ambulances during WW2
|Line of Army vehicles driving through rubble from behind. U.S. Army Pictorial Service.
|Photograph: Rodger Hamilton, Hamilton Archive, WOSU Public Media
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