• Army Sustainment Command Chaplain, Chaplain (Maj.) Chuck Rizer, thanks Holocaust survivor Walter Reed for telling the story of his family's persecution by Nazi Germany. Reed, born Werner Rindsberg in Würzberg, Germany, fled to the United States in 1941 and returned to Europe three years later as a U.S. citizen and a Soldier in the 95th Infantry Division, part of Gen. George S. Patton's Third Army. He was the guest speaker for the Army Sustainment Command's Holocaust Days of Remembrance Observance, May 3, in Rock Island Arsenal's Black Hawk Conference Room. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Sean Riley, ASC Public Affairs)

    Holocaust survivor speaks at ASC observance

    Army Sustainment Command Chaplain, Chaplain (Maj.) Chuck Rizer, thanks Holocaust survivor Walter Reed for telling the story of his family's persecution by Nazi Germany. Reed, born Werner Rindsberg in Würzberg, Germany, fled to the United States in...

  • An Army Sustainment Command civilian asks questions about the Holocaust in Nazi Germany of Holocaust survivor Walter Reed, born Werner Rindsberg in Würzberg, Germany, during ASC's Holocaust Days of Remembrance Observance, May 3, in Rock Island Arsenal's Black Hawk Conference Room. Reed spoke of the terror and anti-Semitism prior to his escape through Europe to the United States in 1941. Reed returned to Europe three years later to fight the Nazi's as an interrogator in the 95th Infantry Division, part of Gen. George S. Patton's Third Army. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Sean Riley, ASC Public Affairs)

    Holocaust survivor speaks at ASC observance

    An Army Sustainment Command civilian asks questions about the Holocaust in Nazi Germany of Holocaust survivor Walter Reed, born Werner Rindsberg in Würzberg, Germany, during ASC's Holocaust Days of Remembrance Observance, May 3, in Rock Island...

  • Walter Reed, born Werner Rindsberg in Würzberg, Germany, recounts the story of his family's persecution by Nazi Germany and his subsequent flight to the United States as a teen. He returned years later to a war-torn Europe as an American Soldier in 1944 serving at the front lines as an interrogator in the 95th Infantry Division as part of Gen. George S. Patton's renowned Third Army. Reed was the guest speaker for the Army Sustainment Command's Holocaust Days of Remembrance Observance, May 3, in Rock Island Arsenal's Black Hawk Conference Room. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Sean Riley, ASC Public Affairs)

    Holocaust survivor speaks at ASC observance

    Walter Reed, born Werner Rindsberg in Würzberg, Germany, recounts the story of his family's persecution by Nazi Germany and his subsequent flight to the United States as a teen. He returned years later to a war-torn Europe as an American Soldier in...

As part of the Army Sustainment Command's Holocaust Days of Remembrance Observance, Walter Reed, born Werner Rindsberg in WAfA1/4rzberg, Germany, shared the story of his family's persecution by Nazi Germany and his three-year escape through Europe and across the Atlantic Ocean to the United States as a teen. Soon after Reed gained his U.S. citizenship, he was drafted into the Army and shipped out to a war-torn Europe in 1944 serving at the front lines as an interrogator in the 95th Infantry Division. Assigned as part of Gen. George S. Patton's renowned Third Army, the division saw fierce action throughout Northern France and Germany. Reed was the guest speaker for the ASC's May 3 observance in Rock Island Arsenal's Black Hawk Conference Room.

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