This is a post card that my father, Carmelo Guglielmino sent home to my mother, Rose on February 11, 1944. On the back he wrote, " They give out good coffee when it is cold & wet out."
The card is entitled, " Mission Completed." American Red Cross Clubmobile "Somewhere" in Great Britain.
This is a picture that was found in an envelop of my dad, center and other men. He wrote on the back "Sept. 1944 England."
The following pictures were in that same envelop. This one says Holland Oct., 1944. My dad might be the man on the back left, but these pictures are grainy and I am not sure. He was in Holland.
This picture is marked with his handwriting, " France Dec. 12, 1944." I know that it is pale, but it shows how many places his unit, the 907th 101st Air Borne Division, was moved to in such a short time.
"Bastogne Nuts Dec.25, 1944" written on the back in his hand.
A similar photo from the same envelop had no inscription, but the snow is all around, and it looks like it was taken at the same time, in Bastogne.
This memorial Day, our family, the Guglielminos wish to thank all service men and women who served our country, and to those that handed out, and hand out today, "Good Coffee" to our brave soldiers. Thank you to all.