The 33rd AEBN was a part of the 7th Armoured Division, which entered Germany from Belgium, 15 Mar 45.
The bridge at Remagen was taken by a patrol of the 9th Armoured Division on 7 Mar 45.
While serviceable at the time of its capture, the bridge gave way to German shelling, and to the added stress of heavy equipment which managed to cross before its subsequent collapse several days after capture.
I assume that Charles may have crossed the bridge, which was intact for several days after it was captured by the 9th., but doubt that he was involved in its capture.
According to Stephen E. Ambrose, in CITIZEN SOLDIERS, the 7th A/D was in combat a total of 172 days.
Campaigns: Northern France Rhineland Ardennes-Alsace (Battle of the Bulge) Central Europe.
Casualties: Killed in action, 898 Wounded in Action,3,811 Died from Wounds, 200.
I hope that this information is of benefit to you.
Louie F. Turner.
NOTE: The 7th A/D left NYPE, 7 Jun 44, on the QUEEN MARY, and arrived Gourock, Scotland, 13 Jun 44, and France-ETO, 1 Aug 44. It went on the line 14 Aug 44, where it fought the Battle of Chartres, 15/17 Aug 44.