Dodge WC 56 / WC 57 / WC 58 Command Car WW2 - Historische Fotos Teil 1 von 8
|Dodge 3/4 ton Command Car, produziert von 1942 - 1944
|WC 56 Reconnaissance ohne Winde: 21.156 Exemplare
|WC 57 Reconnaissance mit Winde: 6.010 Exemplare
|WC 58 Radio: 2.344 Exemplare
|Detailed info on annual production in Technik Details.
|1942 im Dodge Werk, Detroit, Michigan. Chrysler Corporation Dodge truck plant.
|War worker checking lubrication as another Dodge army truck nears delivery to the Army.
|Giant overhead cranes carry bodies for Dodge Army
|trucks along sections of the vast production lines.
|A steady stream of bodies for Dodge Army trucks receive important
|finishing operations along this section of the production line.
|Row of Dodge Army command reconnaissance cars fresh from the production lines
|wait for final inspection before joining the fighting forces on all fronts.
|Men in pits see that every nut and bolt on the undercarriage of every Dodge
|Army truck is properly adjusted before it leaves the production line.
|Workers eating lunch on uncushioned seats of a half-finished command reconnaissance car.
|At the Dodge Trucks factory plant - engine photos:
|Photos showing the Chrysler Corporation Dodge truck plant were taken from the US Archive
|"The Library of Congress - American Memory"
|Photos: Arthur S. Siegel, 1942
|Command Car at the factory, 26. August 1942:
|Command Cars in the Dodge plant, 1942/43 (?) 1st one probably after 1943 as the CC shows later style details (door latches, bigger wiper motors)
|Command Car des General George Patton:
|The following 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.
|First picture shows Army trucks cross the Alexander Patch Heavy Pontoon Bridge across
|the Rhine River, which was built by the 85th Engineer Company Battalion.
|Omaha Beach Hq Provisional Engineer Special Brigade Group)
|7 or 8 June 44.