Matching pistol, holster, spare mag a numbered spare (not matching pistol), fxo black resin bottomed mag with pistol (original, these were unnumbered by 1942) with capture papers. This Luger was brought back by a Tec.4 Glenn O. Sine with the 133rd Field Artillery, an organic unit of the 36th Infantry Div. that hit the beach at Salerno, Southern France, fought up through and into Germany. They were truck pulled 105 howitzers, hit the beach at Salerno and had to direct fire open sights to keep German tanks from pushing them back into the sea.
133d F.A. Batt.:
North Africa/Salerno/Anzio/Southern France/Vosges: After staging in North Africa, the 133 Field Artillery Battalion unit was assigned as direct support for the 143d Infantry and landed in the assault at Salerno 9 September, 1943. The 133d fought the bloody battles up the boot of Italy until relieved, retrained and committed to reinforce the Anzio landing on 22 May, 1944, participating in the liberation of Rome on 5 July 1944. Later the unit made a third amphibious landing in Southern France, 15 August, 1944, and fought with the 36th during the later months of the war, ending the war on the German-Austrian border area. The unit was returned to the United States and demobilized in December, 1945 at Camp Patrick Henry, Virginia.