17th Armored Engineer Battalion in World War 2

17th Engineers during World War Two


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26 entries.
Eric Emerick from New York, NY USA wrote on 18/09/2020 at 16:48
I am researching the service of my late grandfather, Kenneth E. Emerick S/Sgt Co A 1285th ECB. He was involved in Bailey Bridge construction just down the river at Duisburg in 1945. Thank you for putting together such an informative site.
Mike Payne from North Carolina, USA wrote on 17/09/2020 at 20:31
Many thanks to Martijn and Moos for including my father, Sam Payne, on this wonderful website. A fitting tribute the the 17th Engineers and their role in World War II. It is important to record history at this level.
Karl Lawrence from Bournemouth UK wrote on 25/05/2019 at 12:10
Hi Great photos. I was born Spellen 1942 German father Dutch Mother. Ended up in UK around 1954. Joined Royal Engineers. Must have liked what I saw. Hank Lawrence retired
Fliere van der Wier from Groningen wrote on 16/04/2019 at 07:57
Amazing website! Keep up the good work!
Moos Raaijmakers from Hilvarenbeek wrote on 14/04/2019 at 06:57
Wow, amazing site. Share the hell out of it .
ger from Dongen wrote on 14/04/2019 at 06:43
goede morgen jongens, ik was een van de re-anactors van het eerste uur bij de 17th, ik ben van mening dat jullie heel veel werk en goed werk verricht hebben door de jaren heen. Ik heb nog steeds een warm hard voor de vereniging, ik laat het natuurlijk te weinig merken. Ik heb nog wel wat foto'd in mn bezit en zoek ook nog wel wat foto's. Misschien dat we elkaar maar weer eens moeten ontmoeten om dat materiaal een plaatsje te geven.