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THE CIGARETTE CAMPS (30 K)

INTRODUCTION (4 K)CAMP CHESTERFIELD (5 K)CAMP LUCKY STRIKE (5 K)
CAMP OLD GOLD (5 K)CAMP PHILIP MORRIS (5 K)CAMP TWENTY GRAND (5 K)
CAMP HERBERT TAREYTON (3 K)CAMP PALL MALL (3 K)CAMP HOME RUN (3 K)
CAMP HOME RUN (4 K)MAPS (3 K)BIBLIOGRAPHY (4 K)

PHILIP MORRIS (9 K)

Camp Philip Morris


   The following photographs come to us by way of Capt. Russ Cloer, who spent "a week or two" in Camp Philip Morris in December 45 – January 1946 on his way home after two years in the ETO with the 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division.

TRAINS

It's December 1945 and unheated 40 and 8 boxcars are ready for loading in Eberbach,
Germany. Next stop, Camp Philip Morris (picture contributed by Capt. Russ Cloer).


CAMP PHILIP MORRIS HQ (37 K)

Camp headquarters building, 1945 (picture contributed by Capt. Russ Cloer, reprinted courtesy Frédéric Brière).

SHIPMENT SCHEDULE BOARD AT CAMP PHILIP MORRIS (34 K)

Shipment schedule board, 1945 (picture contributed by Capt. Russ Cloer, reprinted courtesy Frédéric Brière).

MARITIME VICTORY

The SS Maritime Victory at Le Havre prior to boarding after leaving Philip Morris,
January 1946 (picture contributed by Capt. Russ Cloer).


SUNKEN SHIP

On her way out of Le Havre, the Maritime Victory passed this sunken ship in the harbor,
January 1946 (picture contributed by Capt. Russ Cloer).


HOME SWEET HOME

The Maritime Victory enters the Port of New York, January 1946.
Home! Home! Home! (picture contributed by Capt. Russ Cloer).




LEE HATFIELD (CLICK TO ENLARGE)

   The pictures below come to us courtesy PFC Lee E. Hatfield (above; click on the image to view a larger version). Lee was a member of Company F and HQ Company, 2nd Battalion, 30th Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division. His hometown was New London, CT. He arrived in North Africa in April 1943 and was discharged from Ft. Devens in November 1945. He was in the 30th Regiment throughout his tour. Anyone who knew him should contact his son, Lee Hatfield, who kindly contributed these photos from his Dad's collection.
GI AT PHILIP MORRIS
Unidentified GI at Philip Morris
COMPANY STREET
A company street at Philip Morris


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