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Normandy to VictoryThe War Diary of General Courtney H. Hodges and the First U.S. Army$

John T. Greenwood

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780813125251

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813125251.001.0001

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Locations of First U.S. Army Command Posts, 9 June 1944–14 May 1945

Source:
Normandy to Victory
Publisher:
University Press of Kentucky

(p.396)

                                      Location of the Command Echelon

France

 

Grandcamp-les-Bains

9 June–2 July 1944

Haute Chemin, near Vouilly

2 July–2 August 1944

Canisy

2–12 August 1944

Coulouvray, Boisbenstre

12–23 August 1944

Haleine

23–27 August 1944

Blevy

27 August–2 September 1944

Versailles

2–6 September 1944

Villequier-Aumont

6–10 September 1944

Belgium

 

Ham-sur-Heure

14–19 September 1944

Château de la Sarte, near Huy

14–19 September 1944

Château de Maison-Bois, Fays, near Verviers

19 September-25 October 1944

Hotel Britannique, Spa

26 October-18 December 1944

Chaudfontaine

18–22 December 1944

Tongeren

22 December 1944–18 January 1945

Hotel Britannique, Spa

18 January–9 March 1945

Germany

 

Düren

9–16 March 1945

Euskirchen

16–30 March 1945

Bad Godesberg

30 March–5 April 1945

Marburg

5–15 April 1945

Bad Wildungen

15–24 April 1945

Weimar

24 April–14 May 1945*

*Thereafter en route to the United States

 

                                      Locations of Tactical Echelon

France

 

Sept Frères

4–14 August 1944

Le Teilleul

14–15 August 1944

Domfront

15–21 August 1944

Château de Chantepie, Couterne

21–23 August 1944

Maillebois, near Blevy

23–27 August 1944

Auffargis, near Rambouillet

27 August–1 September 1944

Senlis

1–4 September 1944

Villequier-Aumont, near Chauny

4–8 September 1944

Belgium

 

Ham-sur-Heure

8–11 September 1944

Château de la Sarte, near Huy

11–17 September 1944

Château de Maison-Bois, Fays, near Verviers

17 September–26 October 1944

Hotel Britannique, Spa

26 October–18 December 1944

Chaudfontaine (with Command Echelon)

18–22 December 1944

Tongeren (with Command Echelon)

22 December 1944–15 January 1945

Hotel Britannique, Spa (with Command Echelon)

18 January–3 March 1945

Germany

 

Stolberg

3–9 March 1945

Düren (with Command Echelon)

9–16 March 1945

Euskirchen (with Command Echelon)

16–30 March 1945

Freilingen

30 March–1 April 1945

Marburg (joined by Command Echelon)

1–15 April 1945

Sources: U. S. Congress, Senate, Col. Elbridge Colby, The First Army in Eu-rope, 1943–1945, Senate Document No. 91-25, 91st Congress, 1st Session, 189; Hogan, A Command Post at War, 302–3.