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American Signal Intelligence in Northwest Africa and Western Europe by George F. Howe

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Chapter 15. Winter and Spring Battles, 1944–1945

Through the Westwall to the Rhine

The U.S. Ninth Army remained under control of 21 Army Group from the end of the operations in the Ardennes until the encirclement of the Ruhr the following April. Until the main Allied crossing of the Rhine in March 1945, the Ninth Army's 137th SRI Company stayed at Valkenberg, Holland. The XII Corps moved to the Ninth Army zone and was joined by the 3258th Signal Service Company (RI) which came from Forges les Eaux near Rouen. It was stationed at Kerkrade on 29 December 1944. On 24 December the XVI Corps' 3257th Signal Service Company put its main station where the 3252d had been at Heerlen, northwest of Aachen. The 137th SRI Company with Headquarters, Ninth Army, ...

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