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Started by : 29th ID 175th IR Company K on June 6th
Gutschke Kent My dad was Pvt George Gutschke. He carried a BAR in 1st platoon of the 175th Company K. He landed with the second wave in Easy Red Sector. I'm looking for anyone who landed on the 6th with King Company. I've also made a map of every man I've found from the 175th who landed on June 6th.
2015-08-05 23:35:37
Started by : Lt. Emil Winkler. Omaha D-day H +30, 29 Div, 116 Reg, B comp
Kenneth Gruber my name is Ken Gruber, seeking information about Lt. Emil Winkler, died Omaha Beach, not far from Pt Du Hoc, landed H+30. He was related to my mother and brother. I have read eye witness account that he was part of group including Lt Harold Donaldson, that formed to attack machine guns on the bluff.
2014-11-08 02:21:25
Started by : Thomas Henry "Bee" Goode
Wilhoit Lisa Searching for information on Thomas Henry Goode. He was killed in on June 8th 1944. Anyone out there with anything to share? It would be greatly appreciated and to all you heros who fought and continue to fight for our country... May God Bless you and God Bless America.
2014-07-04 19:11:42
Started by : Lyons Gerald
Jan Schlangen Hallo, My name is Celine, I'm searching for soldier Gerald Lyons. Since 1945 my grandfather, Jan Schlangen, take care of the grave, in Margraten Netherlands, from the fallen American soldier Lyons, Gerald. Our family is still looking for a picture of him. Maybe you can help me and my grandfa
2014-06-04 13:41:25
Started by : 29th Division In Cornwall, England 1944.
Paul Rowe My name is Paul Rowe and I am a WW2 enthusiast...I am particularly interested to find out about American servicemen who were in Cornwall (where I live) just before D Day.
2014-06-01 13:13:55
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