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  1. 150th Armored Signal Company; 10th Armored Division Artillery; ... Garmisch-Partenkirchen: Bavaria: Germany [pages 512 (through 24 Mar 45)-513] Return to Table of ...

    • 15 July 1942
    • 23 September 1944
    • 23 September 1944
    • 1944
  2. In May of 1945, the 10th Armored Division moved into Garmisch and shortly thereafter, the Garmisch Military Post and the Garmisch Recreation Area (now Edelweiss Lodge and Resort) were established. The military history of this area is very interesting and involved and needs far more detail than is allowed here to fully encompass it all.

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  4. The division was activated on 15 July 1942, at Fort Benning, Georgia, around a nucleus of the reorganized and redesignated 3rd and 11th Cavalry Regiments.. Nickname. The "Tiger" nickname of the 10th originates from a division-wide contest held while it was training in the United States, symbolizing the division "clawing and mauling" its way through the enemy.

  5. 10th Armored Division (USA) HQ at Kaiserslautern. Kaiserslautern, Germany. Kaiserslautern. City|Area. Date 1945-03-20. Status coordinate No status yet. Hits 911.

  6. Moving southward into Bavaria, the 10th took the town of Oberammergau and had reached Innsbruck, Austria, when the war ended. The 10th Armored Division and the Liberation of Dachau. As it drove into the heartland of Bavaria, the "Tiger" division overran one of the many subcamps of Dachau in the Landsberg area on April 27, 1945.

  7. It's a very moving, almost surreal, spot. From Munich, we continued on to Garmisch-Partenkirchen where we spent a week. Garmisch is a beautiful little town nestled right in the Alps. Dad always said how fortunate the 10th was to end up on occupation duty in Garmisch. One look around and I knew exactly what he meant.

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