WWII Journal: Paul Farnum, 5 July, 1944

The 313th spent the night under artillery attack. This morning, 5 July, at 06:30, the 313th Regiment continued south, encountering little resistance initially.  The terrain proved difficult and slowed progress while German artillery and mortar fire increased, finally forcing the Regiment to withdraw to higher position.  Losses were extremely high.

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