Photos taken by Corporal Joseph Eldon Toomey, US Army, during WW II [28 July 1923 - 2 July 2019].
He was deployed to Germany, France, Italy, and Japan 1940 - 1946.
He said he was an ambulance driver and medic. He was also a US Army war photographer.
He earned a battle star (he said "someone must have shot a bullet over my head") and was at the Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen.
After the war he was a school teacher in Japan then practiced dentistry for 40 years in California.
Scanned and uploaded by Joseph's son, Harold Toomey.
|Holocaust||WW II Jewish Concentration Camp Liberation, 1945. [WARNING: GRAPHIC]|
|War Photos||~1,000 World War 2 photos|
|Book 1: Germany with Photos||Joseph Toomey's poetry mixed with photos from war-ravaged Germany 1945. [520 pages, 18 MB]|
|Book 2: Germany with Photos||Joseph Toomey's poetry mixed with photos from war-ravaged Germany 1945. [454 pages, 44 MB]|
|Book 3: Japan and Germany||Joseph Toomey's poetry mixed with photos from both Germany 1945 and Japan 1946. [503 pages, 270 MB]|
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Last updated 9 August 2023