This collection consists of approximately 500 photographs belonging to Murray Rosenblum, who served as a sergeant in the 99th General Hospital, Verdun, France, during World War II. The photographs were taken between 1944 and 1945 and cover Rosenblum’s service in the Army, from basic training until the end of the war. The images show Rosenblum with his army friends at the hospital and in various other locations including Germany, France, Luxembourg, Belgium (around the time of the Battle of the Bulge) and Wales. Some pictures depict the soldiers on R&R. Of particular note are photographs taken soon after the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany. The collection also contains images of Rosenblum's Bar Mitzah in Verdun, France. In addition, there are images of Berlin on or around VE day (including a photograph of Rosenblum with a Russian female soldier before the Brandenburg Gate) and pictures of destroyed buildings in Berlin, Frankfurt and Leipzig. The collection is unprocessed.