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Camp Claiborne Historical Research Center

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A site to provide information about Camp Claiborne, Louisiana and it's units during WW2.
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12 Forest Hill
13 Camp Clayborne
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15 1195th engineer
16 special service engineers
17 Claiborne Railroad
18 1195th engineer combat group
19 5th Tank Group
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During its brief existince, lasting just over 5 years, Camp Claiborne saw over a half million men pass through its gates. It was a small town unto itself, complete with its own railroad linking them to nearby Fort Polk. Once victory had been won for the Allies, the camp, having served its purpose was deactivated. By 1946, the last of the personel had left, buldings were sold for scrap or moved intact elsewhere. The forestry service took posession of the land and was reforested. Dec 18th, 2012.
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Camp Claiborne Historical Research Center

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