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The 808th Tank Destroyer Battalion

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Company C Log of Advances

These locations were recorded by Roy Jarvis, with Company C as the 808th tank destroyers engaged German soldiers and pushed their way to victory. The accuracy of Roy's notes is impossible to  verify but he was there, how far off could he have been?

You can see in the After Action Report for October 1944 reports Company C was in a different location, with the exception of 2 platoons, I think we can safely assume this is where those two platoons were.

Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII
Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII
Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII
Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII
Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII Locations of Roy Jarvis's platoon during WWII

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