In this letter, Allen describes the division's achievements in "six months of continuous combat," detailing its role in the liberation of the Netherlands and the capture of the Ruhr region and Cologne. Allen includes an excerpt from a letter from J. Lawton Collins.
The letter was forwarded to all members of the division by Maj. Gen. Terry Allen of the 104th Infantry Division. Collins chronicles the Timberwolves' accomplishments in campaigns in western Germany, including the capture of Cologne and the Ruhr region.
The pass notes, "The German soldier who carries this safe conduct pass is using it as a sign of his genuine wish to give himself up. He is to be disarmed, to be well looked after, to receive food and medical attention as required, and to be removed from the danger zone as soon as possible."
Jones was one of the American soldiers who liberated the camp in April 1945. In these notes, he details the structure of the camp and its role as a "large industrial complex for the V-2 missile program." Jones also describes the conditions of the camp at the time of liberation.
The form notes that Jones was a rifleman and "Expert & Combat Infantry Man Sharpshooter." It also includes details of Jones' enlistment, qualifications, decorations, pay, and service dates and locations.