Thank you all so much for the assistance so far and I hope to have more replies !
Thanks for the info: to my knowledge Fort Hood had the first Village Fighting Course / Nazi Village before the designs were codified and sent in a directive to all RTC's. The sites there from the 80's on are news to me and I will look into them.
I've a few images of Tigerland (mainly just of the gate, and some small res. aerials), would *love* more from that site, as well as any and all plans. I'll follow up with Fort Polk's historical division as I'm sure they were at least contacted for the film, or maybe not. Have seen the film (for better or worse...). Thank you for the response.
I've got a small collection of images from Lejeune, a few from the timber facilities in 1952 and a few more from the 1980's. Thank you for the response.
I've got a few images from Regensburg from NARA, and a few more from their vietnamese village (68-74) from the local post historian.
those images are amazing and I will be in touch shortly, perhaps we can arrange a different method of file transfer. I'm not focusing that much on Doughboy city, preferring to look at the more frequent constructions occurring stateside, but it definitely comes into play within my work. On another note, I was researching the german american Volksfest as it had begun cropping up in some of my searches. It was mentioned in the "Berlin Observer" but stated that they took place at Grafenwoehr. Were you in attendance at any of them? I'm interested in their overall purpose (good relations) as well as their architecture.
Looking forward to seeing more, and as a disclaimer to, while I'm aware of many of these sites since '42, please don't hesitate to contribute further. The information is scattered at best and every little bit helps form a better picture of these facilities.