APO OS ARMY
DAILY REPORT. f4
of the team proceeded io NANCYfclchel and Iheo,contact with French workers having worked In theto drill Theo into his oover.. After the usual teaioue
. task of finding room and board for -the boys, we eet out to see BBtJBBHbTriend of Michel, who smitor queer "paruuux, it) his communist friend,Vm^mmmmW Iwho is now doing his best to try toe" proper party.particular care on the security of Che boys was found to be necessary in NAtfCY due to the rigid rules in Gen.', PATTON'S kingdom. Contact was oade with Col. SHEU.CHOSS, OSS, 3rd Army, who proved to be very cooperative. He advised us to see CIC, 3rd Anay, Capt HOWLET, who appreciated the fact of our coiling him of the presence in town of our twohe man to see for the procedure, for futuro reference, is Lt. COIN of the town CIO oFFIOE,ue dc UETZ, NANCY.
Consider the time spentarm coathoes fortc,fter which wo proceeded back"base, withhy usual troubles of flat tires, fallen bridges, etc.
a large envelope was brought down from NANCY ana put in the hands of Lt, CAKHE toANCON, from^Col VILLUaNK. Later in the evening, reported to Uaj. WENTWORTH to talkew PW holding
Lt, WILLARD took off uULi!niuT^H^ ftir^cr^reporte on hie activities nil! be
Lt. HOGUET tuet with Capt COREETT in atrassbourg in the Horning and discussed his activities regarding the civilian concentration coups. It was'ut'reod he would concentrate his activities on the camp in Schlrmeck and flothau, but that he would receive help from Lt. HOGUET and that those activities would be more closely coordinated thanchedule of aeetlngs with Capt CORBETT in Straesbourg was arranged ln order to achelve better coordination of his work and the work done at Station
6.Lt HOGUET also contacted Uaj. KADALA at CoJic undwith tho raechaitice necesoary for the release of aour ensuing responsibility. He also arranged for i't<neone PW for 21
ne of the lean proceeded to NANCY with Michel and Theof to attempt contact with Trench workers having worked in the "S" region to drill Theo Into his cover* Aftor the usual tediousr finding room and board for the hoys, we set out to see
riend of Aiichel, who aentatherto nie coaituniettmmW who is doing his beat to try toe"proper party, rartlcularthe security of the boys was found to be necessary into tho rigid rules In Qen. PAiTON'S kingdom. Contactwith Col. SHELLCROSS, OSS. 3rdto be very
cooperative, iie advised us to see OiC, 3rd Amy, to.pt HOfLET, who appreciated the fact of our telling hlu of the presence iu town of out two Joes. The man to sea for tho procedure, for future reference. Is Lt. COIN of thePPICE,ue de MSTZ, NANCY.
onsider the time spentarn coutshoes
for Theo,ich we proceeded bacit" iu case, with the usual troublos of flat tires, fallen brloges, etc.
large oiivolope was brought uown from NANCYt in thoof Lt. UAJtttK to SR, LcSAhCuN, rroia col VIiXHANE. Later in
the evtnlftg, reported to fcaj. BENTBOflTH to talkew Pi holoiiig area.
Lt. RILLARD took off UULHwUoE wlthf1fflHP> Further reports on his activities will be forthcoming. -
Lt. HCOUET toot with Copt COHHEII in -trassbourg in the uorning ana discussed his activities regarding the civilian concentration ca&ps. lt was afreet: he would concentrate his activities on then Scblracck and Rothuu, but that he wouldi; from Lt. tiGJUET and that those activities would be more closely coordinated thanchedule of feeetinge with Cupt CGRBETT in atrapebourg war arranged in order to acheive better coordination of his work und the work uoiie ut station If".
6.Lt liOGUET also contactedt ALA atnd become acquainted with the mecnuul.es necossury for the reloaacV, and our ensuing responsibility. He uiso arranged for the release
of one PH foreccatter.
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