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Alpine Skiing At Cooper Hill, 10th Mountain Division Ski Poster
10th Mountain Division Training At Cooper Hill Ski Poster 16 x 22 inches


 
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Alpine Skiing At Cooper Hill, 10th Mountain Division Ski Poster

This 10th Mountain Division soldier is Sergeant Harry W. Poschman, when he was a ski instructor for the Mountain Training Group at Camp Hale. Here he is leading training exercises in alpine skiing at Cooper Hill, CO. The 10th Mountain soldiers needed to ski all types of slopes and all varieties of snow conditions, to handle the Italian Alps during the winter months in WWII. Cooper Hill is by Leadville, CO and not far from their training grounds at Camp Hale.

In Italy Sergeant Harry W. Poschman led a machine-gun squad in the horrendous  battles on Monte Della Spe and Mt. Belvedere. We know this information due to the help of his son, Greg Poschman.

Poster Size 16 x 22 inches
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  • Size 16 x 22 inches

Average Customer Review: (Please Scroll down page to read reviews.) 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great Print - Quick Delivery October 22, 2017
Reviewer: Brit from Yarmouth, ME United States  
The print is really well done and looks just as I expected if not better. The text about the 10th Mountain (which my grandfather was in) is also very nice to have. I just have to figure out how to frame the print and still have access to the text on the back.

Thanks very much to Vintage Ski World for making some of these old prints available.


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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
 
The skier in this photo is Harry Poschman October 1, 2014
Reviewer: G. Poschman from Aspen  
This is a photo of my father, Sergeant Harry W. Poschman when he was a ski instructor for the Mountain Training Group at Camp Hale. In Italy he led a machine-gun squad in the horrendous  battles on Monte Della Spe and Mt. Belvedere.

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