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USAREUR - Cities - Stuttgart On 1. May 1. 94. 0, the regiment crossed Luxembourg, and the southern tip of Belgium, and spent the remainder of May in the Northeast portion of France. After ten months in France, the 7th Panzer Regiment, as part of the 1. Panzer Division, returned to Germany, but not to its Kaserne in Vaihingen.
Following the 7th Panzer Regiment's departure from the Kaserne, Companies 2 and 7 operated out of what we know as Patch Barracks until October of 1. Panzer Kaserne. French Soldiers in Kurm. As Allied Forces approached Stuttgart, the boundary separating the zone of General Patch's U. S. Seventh Army from that of General Jean de Lattre de Tassigny's First French Army ran along the north edge of the city, placing Stuttgart in the zone of the French Army's II Corps. After difficult fighting for Heilbronn, the U. S. 1. 00th Infantry Division met no organized resistance as it enveloped Stuttgart on the north and east edge of the city on the 2. April 1. 94. 5. At the same time, French Units pushed into Stuttgart also without resistance.
The day before the arrival of the French in Stuttgart, the Allied Sixth Army Group commander, General Jacob L. Devers, shifted the army boundary slightly to the south to place Stuttgart in the zone of the Seventh Army, which needed the city to maintain supply routes to American units moving towards Ulm.
At this point General de Gaulle intervened. Precipitating one of several disturbing incidents that challenged Allied authority, he directed his commander to ignore General Devers' orders and to remain in Stuttgart until the Allies had agreed upon a suitable occupation zone in Germany for France. General Eisenhower and President Truman became involved in the . Arrival of the Americans The first American unit, the 3. Field Artillery Battalion (1. U. S. 1. 00th Infantry Division, came to Vaihingen on 7 July 1. French troops vacated the area.
In mid- summer 1. Kurm. Cleaning up the Kaserne was a slow process. The howitzer battery moved to the Kaserne as living space became available. By early fall, the battalion commander undetook the rehabilitation of the officers' club, which was in good condition except for damage to the roof. One of Stuttgart's better architects used a western motif to decorate the small room that is now adjacent to the bar, and carved the four corner posts and the Indian heads that still remain today.
The wrought iron grill work over the two windows on both sides of the main club entrance remain today and bear the initials of Kurm. The artillery battalion remained at Kurm. Other American Units Early in 1. US. Army in Europe began forming the U. S. Constabulary by redesignating combat units as part of the constabulary force. On 1 April 1. 94.
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Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron was redesignated as the 1. Constabulary Squadron and stationed at the Kurm. Part of this unit was mounted on horses that were stabled in one of the former tank halls. From then until 1.
Kaserne was the home of constabulary units, including the Headquarters U. S. Constabulary, which moved to Vaihingen during the spring of 1.
In 1. 95. 0 the Korean War and the threat of communist expansion in Europe led to plans for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the U. S. On 2. 4 November 1. Headquarters Seventh Army took over Kurm. Headquarters Seventh Army stayed 1. Kaserne on 2. 0 August 1. Headquarters USAREUR in a Department of Defense move to reduce the numbers of U. S. Headquarters in Europe and to make a place for Headquarters European Command, then preparing to leave France.
Headquarters USEUCOM commenced operations at Patch Barracks on 1. March 1. 96. 7. Changes and Construction Of the 4. Kurmarker Kaserne, 3.
Building 2. 30. 3 and four of the tank halls have missing sections as a result of aerial attacks. Several other buildings, including the Community Services Building have undergone extensive repairs. Seven of the original buildings have been removed. Rehabilitation of the Kaserne buildings went slowly until after 1.
The largest construction project at the Kaserne were concerned with family housing. The first housing areas that were completed were Craig and Kefurt Villages, which were constructed during 1. Construction of Weicht Village commenced in 1. New Craig Village in 1.
The individual houses along Florida Strasse, Van Steuben Village were erected in 1. City of Vaihingen. The three oldest projects were named for members of the Seventh Army who received the medal of honor for their actions during the war. Monuments on Patch Barracks Six monuments standing in Patch Barracks commemorate persons or ideals.
Former members of Panzer regiment 7 erected the red stone monument that stands near the Post Chapel to honor members of that regiment and of Panzer Regiment 2. World War II. The monument was dedicated on 1. September 1. 95. 9. Another more recent German monument stands on Kurm. Americans erected two monuments. A. M Patch unveiled the bronze plaque between the flagpoles, naming the post in memory of Lieutenant General Alexander M. The monument in the northwest corner of Husky Field honors the men who died in Seventh Army's first battle, the 1.
Sicily. The newest monument, in front of the pine trees across from the flagpoles, explains that the tree stands for Friendship of the German and American people. Minister President Kiesinger of Baden- Wuerttemberg dedicated it in 1. There is also a cornerstone noting Seventh Army's occupancy of the Command Building 2.
Building 2. 51. 5 which marks the construction of Craig Village in 1. The Buffalo. The 7th Panzer Regiment chose the buffalo, (actually the . The Statue survived the Allied air attacks with little damage. When the Americans arrived they found the buffalo in place, the last member of the 7th Panzer Regiment in the Kaserne. Just what happened to the buffalo is covered with the dust of history. An officer of the 3.
Engineer Regiment recalls that it was removed from the pedestal and pushed by a bulldozer into a nearby bomb crater, but he no longer remembers where the crater was. Heinrich Elsaesser, who worked in the Kaserne, clearly recalls seeing the buffalo daily during 1. Building 2. 40. 1, Weicht Village. Former members of the 7th Panzer Regiment would like to return the statue to the 3. Panzer Battalion, near Wuerzburg, which now bears the colors of the old 7th. Meanwhile, the memory of the buffalo is kept alive at Patch Barracks by the Post Headquarters, which uses a buffalo silhouette as its symbol, and by several Patch athletic teams that bear its name.
Unfounded Rumors Americans who have been stationed at Patch Barracks have passed along two storied that are without a basis in fact. One of these concerns an underground tank park located somewhere under the Kaserne. Actually, the only underground facilities are tunnels enclosing heating pipes that connect the boilers with some other buildings.
Another account describes Kurm. Rommel had no connection with the kaserne and there is nothing to indicate that he even visited it. The rumor may have arisen from the fact that Rommel was once Commanding General of the 7th Panzer Division, of which the 7th Panzer Regiment was never a part.
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