img View down the Autobahn (ddr-densho-22-35)
Caption in album: "Just after the war the Auto Bahn [sic] was mainly an army road but a few civilian cars was seen used by some forces. Here is pictured the mid section with trees which was laid across road to blockade the highway as the Germans made their retreat."
img Home used by the 442nd radio section (ddr-densho-22-43)
Caption in album: "This house we had the radion section in the second floor. A farm town where we had a position. The home we used as it is the most unlikely target the retreating German Army artillery will fire upon."
img Picking fruit in a tree (ddr-densho-22-32)
Caption in album: "As spring came and summer and leaves bloomed on trees we waited and saw some trees later bear fruit. This is the only kind of fresh fruit we ever got during the war. For fresh vegetables we traded cigarettes with some German farmer. [?] are made vegetable stew or broth without meat."
img Volunteers for the Military Intelligence Service (ddr-densho-22-77)
Caption in album: "Volunteers please / Just prior to V-J day came a survey of Volunteers was made for the Camp Savage (later Fort Snelling) language school for men to ship to go to school and on to Japan to fight. Here the two above photos show as the volunteers were made ready to leave for …
img 442nd Regimental Combat Team headquarters (ddr-densho-22-23)
Caption in album: "442nd Combat team H[?]."
img Clarence Matusmura with German girls (ddr-densho-22-72)
Caption in album: "During the last of the war it was still against regulations for fraternization but here during my off guard time I sat showing these young German girls a Life magazine."
img Ice skating at an American Red Cross Club (ddr-densho-22-55)
Caption in album: "American Red Cross Clubs found at any large city of any U.S. occupied zones or Allied territory was a haven of rest for the tired G.I. as well as a place of rest recreation and fun. Free doughnuts and coffee. Cokes 1/2 mark, snack bars, ping pong. Music and American fun."