WWII Journal: Paul Farnum, 11 September 1944

At 07:15 today, 11 September, 1944, the Regiment moved toward Neufchateau on foot without encountering significant resistance. At noon, they are motorized and move toward Repel. Advance units encounter some resistance but it is quickly overcome. The Regiment arrives in Oelleville (just west of Frenelle-la-Grande) and sets up the Regimental Command Post about 20:30.

The 313th Regiment moves closer toward the Moselle today, 11 September, 1944. Source: Hugh M. Cole, U.S. Army in WWII European Theater of Operations: The Lorraine Campaign, (Washington, DC: Center for Military History, U.S. Army, 1997), Map XV.

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