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American servicemen could count on a bite of home on two major holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sometimes field and combat conditions necessitated a later celebration– Thanksgiving Day 1944 was on 23 November; these photographs range from 17 November to 27 November. The meals were, as you can see, enjoyed nonetheless.

American servicemen could count on a bite of home on two major holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sometimes field and combat conditions necessitated a later celebration– Thanksgiving Day 1944 was on 23 November; these photographs range from 17 November to 27 November. The meals were, as you can see, enjoyed nonetheless.

American servicemen could count on a bite of home on two major holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sometimes field and combat conditions necessitated a later celebration– Thanksgiving Day 1944 was on 23 November; these photographs range from 17 November to 27 November. The meals were, as you can see, enjoyed nonetheless.

American servicemen could count on a bite of home on two major holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sometimes field and combat conditions necessitated a later celebration– Thanksgiving Day 1944 was on 23 November; these photographs range from 17 November to 27 November. The meals were, as you can see, enjoyed nonetheless.

American servicemen could count on a bite of home on two major holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sometimes field and combat conditions necessitated a later celebration– Thanksgiving Day 1944 was on 23 November; these photographs range from 17 November to 27 November. The meals were, as you can see, enjoyed nonetheless.

American servicemen could count on a bite of home on two major holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sometimes field and combat conditions necessitated a later celebration– Thanksgiving Day 1944 was on 23 November; these photographs range from 17 November to 27 November. The meals were, as you can see, enjoyed nonetheless.

American servicemen could count on a bite of home on two major holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sometimes field and combat conditions necessitated a later celebration– Thanksgiving Day 1944 was on 23 November; these photographs range from 17 November to 27 November. The meals were, as you can see, enjoyed nonetheless.

American servicemen could count on a bite of home on two major holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sometimes field and combat conditions necessitated a later celebration– Thanksgiving Day 1944 was on 23 November; these photographs range from 17 November to 27 November. The meals were, as you can see, enjoyed nonetheless.

Taken at Anzio by the same New Zealand photographer that took the photo of the infantryman in the Battle Of The Bulge.

Taken at Anzio by the same New Zealand photographer that took the photo of the infantryman in the Battle Of The Bulge.

34th Division Corporal Joseph P. Belnius inspects some paperwork found in an upturned German staff car somewhere near San Vittoro Italy, 9 January 1944. Scanned from an original 8" X 10"

34th Division Corporal Joseph P. Belnius inspects some paperwork found in an upturned German staff car somewhere near San Vittoro Italy, 9 January 1944. Scanned from an original 8" X 10"

The Panther turret from another angle in 1944 after the Battle

The Panther turret from another angle in 1944 after the Battle

US machine gun position on Monticelli. 91st Infantry Division

US machine gun position on Monticelli. 91st Infantry Division

Tank M4A3(75)W Sherman 755 th tank battalion, operating of the 91st infantry division USA in the area of Leverano, Italy.

Tank M4A3(75)W Sherman 755 th tank battalion, operating of the 91st infantry division USA in the area of Leverano, Italy.