John T. Craig was an officer in World War II when his platoon was pinned down in an open field. Craig and his troops were unable to move from their positions within the field because of the danger of enemy fire. But Craig said a heavy fog soon enveloped the field, making it hard to see, and he and his men were able to escape under the cover of fog. These two uniforms belonged to Craig, who oversaw a German prison camp at the end of the war. The uniform on the right was made by one of the German prisoners who happened to be a tailor. The two paintings at the back of the display were created by a German prisoner, Fritz Kauffman. The portrait is one that Fritz Kauffman painted of Mr. Craig during World War 2.