European Campaign Map of the 80th Infantry Division


Campaign across Europe of the 80th Infantry Division, nicknamed "Blue Ridge Division" because most of the soldiers filling the ranks when the division was activated in 1917 came from Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. The 80th crossed the English Channel in August 1944 and was apart of Patton's Third Army. The Division fought in the Battle of the Bulge and helped relieve the 101st Airborne at Bastogne. They continued on through Germany and ended the war in Austria. This map was passed as safe to "mail home" by the AEF Field Press censor.

Created/Published: 1945

Dimensions (Width x Height): 27.6x19.3

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