Hermes' Wings

History, Writing and Personal Musings

Hurtgen Forest Artwork

Captain Albert Ernst, German tank ace - drawn from a frame of video at the National Archives showing Ernst surrendering to US troops from the 99th Division in Germany, 1945.

German Panzergrenadier

German Artillery Observer

American Greyhound Armored Car drives past a German wreck.

Ernest Hemingway, correspondent for Colliers Magazine, willing participant in combat.

2 responses to “Hurtgen Forest Artwork

  1. Denzil April 9, 2011 at 3:59 pm

    Nice sketches there mate…still remember a doodle of horses that you had done in class….:-) All the best in your travels ..God Speed

  2. David Roderick June 22, 2011 at 2:16 pm

    After some years I have finally written a brief story as a memorial to those who were casualties during the battle in the Hurtgen Forest. I was a member of the 4th Division from 1940-45 including most of the battles in Europe.

    I would like permission to use your pics of Hurtgen including the map used in the 1st Battalion story on-line.

    Thank you so much!! David Roderick- Carlsbad, Ca

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