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Downloads of Interesting Stuff

Posted or updated 11.20.11 by Bill Lamb

The links below are to downloads of various documents that might be of interest to Rimbach veterans.

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The Fred Ryder Story
Overseas Weekly‘s spread on the Fred Ryder story from a January 1972 edition. Somewhat difficult to read, but worth the effort. (PDF/452KB)
Careless Token Quarterly Status Report
A declassified report from the 511th Military Intelligence Battalion dated Jan. 23, 1976, on the status of new station on The Hill and the move of personnel to Augsburg. Contains some interesting references to personnel (redacted) and security. (PDF/1.26MB)
Czech Song Book
A copy of the Czech song book that will be familiar to many from their DLI days. (PDF/2.5MB)
Photos From Prague 1968
Thanks to Georg Kleber for passing along this PowerPoint presentation via Jim Menzie. Some powerful photos from Prague during the Soviet invasion of 1968. (3.9MB)

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