Perfectly hidden in plain sight - at the 'Aastert' in Dahl - Luxembourg
Dedicated to Medal of Honor recipient Staff Sergeant Day G. Turner of B-Company - 319th Infantry Regiment - 80th Infantry Division
Text section of the commemorative panel near the monument. Dahl was killed in action at Wallendorf, which makes it even more significant for us.
The complete commemorative panel.
Picture taken during the battle for Dahl (January 1945), GI's dug in behind the Aastert farm (shown in the back), rifles and bazooka pointed in the direction of Nocher.
Signed by 80th Division veterans: picture of a bullet riddled Aastert farm building. Book: Luxemburg in der Rundstedt-Offensive: Das duell Patton - Von Rundstedt (1947).
Picture taken during the battle for Dahl (January 1945), in the direction of Nocher. Casualties of the 276th Volks Grenadeer Division in the snow. (Canteen clearly visible).
Sophia with Lucie Leners. Lucie is truly the Angel of Dahl, a beacon to the veterans of the Battle of the Bulge for decades and decades!
The dedication to the preservation of the legacy of Staff Sergeant Day G. Turner and the heroes of Dahl, is the priority of the Leners Family - LEST WE FORGET!
© PRT - The 80th Infantry Division in WWII - The Battle for Dahl
Special thanks to Lucie Leners-Eicher