Mugshots of the original 101st Division Members

A fantastic collection of photographs of lots of the members of the 101st from World War 2. Giving us lots of visible information on how the uniforms were worn, the massive variation of patches, insignia and also a interesting look at the alternative ways to wear the garrison cap.

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This is only a small part of what we do, a website is simply too small to handle everything. With Facebook going to shit in terms of historical interest... basically if they don't like, they delete it or hide it. The Military History Network has been created. Bringing together, collectors, military historians, re-enactors, military vehicle enthusiasts and anyone else interested in anything military related. Not being run by a company, but by collectors and reenactors for likeminded folk. It is completely free, has no stupid rules, there is no need to sensor photographs containing things that make FB cry, resulting in bans and deleting history... this is the future of all things military related.

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