Images from April 2, 1945, at Ittenbach, Germany, of the burial of Major General Maurice Rose, who was killed in action on March 30, 1945, in the advance on Paderborn, Germany. Also included is a still photo of his parents, Rabbi Samuel Rose and Katherine Rose, at their home in Denver, Colorado, after learning of his death. Gen. Rose, only 45 years old at the time, had led his 3rd Armored "Spearhead" Division through France and Belgium, and then becoming the first Allied ground force to invade German soil in WWII. Later in 1945, his body was re-interned in Margraten, The Netherlands, as all American servicemen buried in Germany were re-interned to Allied countries by order of the Army. (Army Signal Corps film research by Dan Fong, with editing and sound track by Vic Damon, both of 3AD.com web staff).

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  • Linda Watts

    Just started watch Dual at the Cathedral. I would highly recommend this video. Lots of footage never seen before. Found out my father's company was in the next block. Video clearly shows how close to the Remagen bridge the 3rd Armored Division was from having another first in their long line of accomplishments.

    by Linda Watts

  • Pat Snelling

    Capture of Cologne - 1945 video. My father, Bert Snelling was in the 3rd tank that entered this city. I don't know if he was one who lost a tank here or not. Does anyone have any information about this video?

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