A great relic from the war and a fine document for the role of the 19th Corps in World War II. It's an amazing path that departs from the English coast to land in the Normandy invasion of France on D-Day, then pressing the retreating Germans across the terrain. They liberated Paris and St. Germain, but didn't stop there, they even fought through the battlefields of WWI as they made their way into the Netherlands, still in pursuit. Upon crossing the Meuse River they entered Holland, attacked and crossed the Siegfried Line and set sights on Germany. This pictorial map shows their entire story, and was the sent back to the states by a soldier in the 19th. The original envelope the map was sent in, dated Jan 2, 1945, is included.
Condition is very good. Image size is approximately 27 x 18 (inches)